Sex Topics You Haven’t Seen Addressed?


blog-topic-ideasI’m curious if there are topics related to sex that you haven’t seen addressed on my blog or other marriage blogs you have perused?

This year I have been writing a blog post every day, which has been a rewarding, exhausting, baffling and inspiring endeavor for me.

In some small way, writing daily has been a remnant of hope that has kept me going. As is the case for a lot of you, I haven’t found 2020 to be the easiest jaunt.

But I have appreciated clinging to this goal of blogging every day—a goal I set back at the beginning of January, when we all were still naive, unaware and unprepared for what would eventually unfold as quite the overwhelming and burdensome year.

I have covered a lot of ground this year as far as blog topics go, but I’m curious if there is anything you still would like to see addressed.

Feel free to comment with ideas.

You can comment anonymously, but I do have to go in and approve my comments because I get so much spam. So if you don’t see your comment show up right away, hang tight. I will get my administrative hat on soon and wander around the backend of my website to approve comments.

Thank you in advance for being vulnerable to share topics you would like me to address. I can’t guarantee I will get to all topics, but I will do my best.

For more reading, you can cruise through my list of past posts, as well as my page with a bunch of posts on orgasm.

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11 thoughts on “Sex Topics You Haven’t Seen Addressed?

  1. Dawn says:

    I would love to see changes in your sex life as you get older. What’s normal, what not.

    We used to be more frequent than we are, but we’ve been experiencing some challenges and we’ve had to drop our frequency.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I’m not sure if you have done a blog on this yet. Husbands being shamed by their wife for wanting sex after just having it two days ago. I’ve been called a pervert, creep, and a few other things. I’m tired of being looked at as the bad guy for having a higher drive.

  3. Intense Couple says:

    I’ve seen this alluded to in the comments in the past, but never addressed on the site – and that’s the issue of couples enjoying more aggressive lovemaking. Not even necessarily rough, though it include that, but purposely engaging in sex that is much more intense when it comes to the physical interaction – and the couple even plans it that way.

    In our case, she really loves to be taken. Even hard enough that it’s not all 100% pleasure. Especially in certain positions, like doggy style.

    I would love to see how it’s best for couples to approach this and maybe even feedback from readers about who engage in more intense sex quite often.

  4. Renay says:

    I’ve seen a lot of different topics on your blogs, and read most of the comments. My husband wants to watch me pleasure myself while he tells me what to do and how he wants me to do it.

    I want to please him but I’m kinda shy, and don’t know how to let go. Is this kind of thing acceptable as a Christian Wife?

  5. Ron says:

    I like Dawn and Anonymous posts, sex life as you get older or post menopause and what to do about really unequal sexual desires. We we consider sex has changed over the years for sure.

  6. Fred says:

    This goes hand in hand with your recent post about becoming less inhibited. What do you do when your partner wants to explore boundaries that challenge you, specifically one’s not enoughness.
    When she says she doesn’t feel full from me. I am not enough. When she says I am too vanilla. I am not enough. When she says she may be bisexual. I am not enough. How do I confront my not enoughness when I’m definitely something to her?

  7. Satisfied says:

    Anal sex? Is it okay to do? I love butt plugs and his fingers in there but I just recently had the most amazing orgasms with his penis in my butt and a dildo in my vagina. Like mind blowing. Is it safe long term? Is God okay with this?! I hope he is.

  8. Jeff says:

    How to get your partner to really enjoy and get into foreplay. Ex – kissing (maybe a 2-3 second kiss will not get engines started very well). Touching – spouse to spouse – don’t be shy – touch me! Let me touch you!
    LEARN. LEARN. LEARN. Why will you not study and learn in this area!

  9. Fiestry says:

    I second the anonymous post about wanting more sex than your partner. I’ve been in two dead bedrooms, and it’s incredibly soul sucking and makes you feel like there’s something wrong with you.

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