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I was supposed to be a perpetually horny Millennial, blindly swiping into oblivion while my avocado toast habit slowly ate away at my savings, but instead I wanted to cry when someone tried to touch me. All I wanted was to make sure no one else could tell, and for me to get my pants back on the right way as soon as possible. I just wanted to know: What was wrong with me? Like, mmm, no thanks, Stacy.
Ian Kerner is a licensed psychotherapist, certified sexuality counselor and New York Times best-selling author. Read more from him on his website, iankerner. In fact, low desire in one partner is probably the top reason couples seek out sex therapy.
Looking for a juicy summer read? Here, agony aunt Rhona McAuliffe shares advice with a reader from Cork, who fears she's not having enough sex to satisfy her husband. We both work full-time and have a busy life at home.
The dilemma I am in my early twenties and my boyfriend of two and a half years is eight years older. Is there anything I can do to help myself just get used to it? Why am I not surprised that this letter is from a woman?
The most common concern I get from female-bodied clients is low desire. Women are just not feeling it. I have noticed that when it comes to wanting to have sex, women are at a disadvantage.
Jump to navigation. Both the male libido and the female libido are highly sensitive to the stresses and strains of your emotional relationship with each other. Knowing what you want and getting it are two very different things, and nowhere is that more true than the bedroom!
And is that enough? Not wanting enough sex is the big problem for most women who consult me as a clinical sexologist. And most sex therapists will agree that having a low level of sexual desire is a problem. But the majority of these women are heterosexual with male partners who are — you guessed it — complaining.