Occasionally I receive comments from engaged women who have never had sex and are anxious freaked out about a penis in
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Occasionally, I hear from women who have struggled tremendously with vaginismus, a condition that causes the vagina to tighten, making
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Sex is not meant to be painful physically.
The vagina is designed to receive the penis, assuming of course that adequate arousal and lubrication are present.
That being said, I and other marriage bloggers who write about sexual intimacy are not blind to the fact that some people, particularly women, do experience physical pain during intercourse.
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I have heard from a few readers who have courageously asked me to address an issue that most women wouldn’t even want to discuss with their closest girlfriend.
I also happen to have a friend who experiences the same struggle and has talked to me about it (I guess this is the benefit of having a friend like me who will talk about anything sexual).
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