Just listened to an awesome podcast (Tony Single’s crumbcast) on Intimacy and it really helped. I actually thought I was in the minority. When I was younger, I was highly sexually active…(take it as you may…FYI – I don’t mean numerous sexual partners…I mean I was the height of sexually adventurous with hubby). I guess I still am…however there are points where I draw the line (which used to frustrate my hubby) but now we are on the same page. For starters, I absolutely hate being touched in any way whatsoever…just don’t touch me…I’ll do the touching. (Actually , it’s groping and probing I absolutely hate…I’ll do the investigating). Secondly, I hate saliva…so no tongues ever…(I used to love being French-kissed). Hubby used to get so frustrated but…he understood and now we are so much closer for it. He is the yin to my yang. Peas in pod…very touchy-feely without the grind. So when he stopped feeling ‘randy’ …it was like all my Christmases had come at once. I cannot imagine my life without him cos hubby just gets me….and I get him. There are loads of things he’ll let me try (at least once) with him that are an absolute no-go area for me. Maybe one day…but right now I’m basically the dominatrix with an acquiescent and awesome hubby.
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