We all seem to have our own image of what sex is “supposed to be” and when sex sways too far away from that image it become unacceptable or in some cases amoral and sexually unethical. We use words like freak, disgusting, weird, and other words, I rather not say especially toward women to oppress those things that do not fit society’s notions of sex.
In a relationship feeling loved and being loved can often seem like different things. We love our partners but often not in the way they need to be loved. Loving your partner, not on your terms, but rather on theirs could be the ticket to having more sex and a happier relationship or marriage. The path to anyone’s pants must past through the heart first, whether it be a first date or after 50 years. It is simple.
The more a person feels loved the the more a person will be sexually receptive.