According to a recent study published in the Journal of Sex Medicine , 87 percent of married men say they consistently experience orgasm during sex. Just 49 percent of women say the same. Some attribute the circumstance to a difference in libido. Others point to gendered roles that unfold during sex. And, some, to a lack of information out there about female sexual anatomy and its ability to experience pleasure.
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Let me make something clear up front. You might be tempted to think that there would never be a time when you, as a man, would turn down the sexual advances of your wife. Or, if for some reason you did, your rejection would be as rare as the appearance of an albino zebra. I understand that feeling. If such is the case with you, feel free to move on to the next article. On the other hand, you might want to read on to better understand what is becoming a growing phenomenon among men.
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Guys, believe me when I tell you that this is the biggest sin you can commit when trying to seduce a woman. It will not send us into an orgasmic swoon. Try hugging or kissing. Hold and squeeze our hand. Unload the dishwasher yourself.
Image by iStock. Maybe your wife isn't initiating sex, or she seems to be actively avoiding it. Maybe she rejects your sexual advances whenever you make them, and it's been a long while since you've had sex with each other. Below are a few potential reasons that might explain why your wife is not interested in you sexually. Important note: The only way to find out exactly why your wife is not interested in sex is to ask her yourself.