Previously a blog by a New Zealand-based escort. Not much left here sorry. Maybe some pictures.
Pity I didn't stumble across this strategy 3 or 4 years ago. May have saved my marriage.Other people have views on what can be done to help asymmetric sexual relationships survive.I've seen a TEDx talk by Michelle Weiner-Davis Titled "The Sex Starved Marriage". Her theory is that the partner with the lower libido sets the frequency of sex within a marriage and many relationships implode due to the higher libido partner's frustration and the downward spiral in the relationship. Talk on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ep2MAx95m20 And as for some lower libido partners desire can come after arousal (when the model most use is desire then arousal....), then the lower libido partner shoud, from time to time, Just Do It.Bettina Arndt (Australian Sex Commentator) has written a book titled "What Men Want in Bed". Comment theme running through the book is of the sadness felt by many men when the sex peters out.
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