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Flagpole Willy
RE: Post-nuptial shutoff?

18 and life to go wrote:

A question for any married women out there that don't give it up very easily.

What changes for the woman? Do women enjoy frequent sex the first year or two of a relationship like they act like they do or is it all an act to try and get married? Men pretty much stay the same after marriage as before (always horny) but most women do a dramatic shift. What changes? It seems like false advertising in the worst possible way to me!

In all seriousness though, what changes?? Obviously the newness is gone but if you are in love and attracted to somebody you would think you would still love to have sex more than once or twice a month. Does it all come down to a big power issue? Do you just not enjoy sex as much as you used to?

Another random thought on this topic:

Women are in their sexual prime when they are in their mid thirties or so. This means that their sex drive should be what mens sex drives were when they were sprouting boners in 6th grade math class for no reason. You would think they would be horny and want it all the time even though they were married!?

Kid, women never have the same level of need that a young boy has. Never. Not at their "sexual peak". Not even close. Can't say as I blame them either. The object of desire for most men is women. Women are beautiful. Men are...well, not beautiful. I'm not saying I can't recognize a handsome man, but holy crap are women so much more appealing. Kind of why I really don't understand why any man would be gay (not that there's anything wrong with that). Elaine on Seinfeld said as much; men are utilitarian; women are art. I agree with her. I can't believe more women aren't lesbian. If I were a woman, I'd be thinking, "you mean he's got this thing that he wants to poke me with?"

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