How important is sex and money to the relationship? Does it depends on whether sex is consistent and good? Is it 50% of the relationship if you are not getting it? What do you consider bad or good sex? Are you able to tell you significant other about your fantasies or desires without judgment, if not is that an issue? For most women, sex comes with the emotional and intimate attachment which may be needed to have great sex. The need to feel desired verses (screwed) for lack of a better term. Put it out there and discuss the real issues of the adult sexual world and road blocks. Do the single people believe that unattached sex is better for them? No strings, no issues. Do the monogamous people believe that they have better sex? If so, why? I have found that the biggest problem for some relationships is the lack of intimacy. Even if one person tells their mate of their needs, the other does not always take it under advisement. The single world has the issue of having to be very cautious of the selected partners due to STD’s, down low brothers (or sisters), and uncertainties. To be fair there are some couples dealing with the same issues. How do you work past those issues, or do you?
April 5, 2011