That he was willing to see a counselor and work on sex were also good signs.
If I had a partner who was unwilling to talk about sex or try to fix it, I'd kick his ass to the curb without blinking.
"Here's something I've never seen in my inbox: a letter from someone explaining how sex with their partner was infrequent, impersonal, uninspired, unimaginative, etc.
at first but—holy moly—the sex got a fuck of a lot better after the wedding," I wrote in my response to IMDONE.
I was deeply ashamed of my sexual interest even before my mother discovered my porn when I was 14 and told me I was a pervert that no decent woman would ever want.
When I met my wife, our sex life was okay—but I was never fully present, because I would have to concentrate on my fantasies in order to sustain an erection. My wife knew I was masturbating in the middle of the night instead of having sex with her, and that led to some enormous fights.
So I invited people whose so-so sex lives improved after the wedding to write in.
All you have to do is answer a couple of simple questions and you’re ready to go.
Why get bogged down with inconvenient registration pages when you don’t have to?
Practice, Practice, Practice My sex life improved after marriage.
I am a straight male with a highly stigmatized kink.