Sex is a major consideration for men when we think about marriage. What men fear is what we so often hear from many of our male friends. Why Men Fear Marriage: We understand that sex with you might still be new right after marriage. We understand that after time, things will dull some. We also understand that once children are born, time for sex is lessened, obligations increase, careers may alter some things, along with a whole host of other changes.
At least not as single men thinking about how much sex we should receive as married men. Men who are thirty or thirty-five become accustomed to a certain amount of sex. There is also the issue of quality. This leads me to another point that may halt men from proposing.
Did he propose after the first time he experienced sex with you? But, then again, whose is? Let me tell you how this works. Everyone — men and women — have had past relationships with partners who have given them mind-blowing, heart-thumping, limb-numbing sex.
So we walked away from those women. We never forget how wonderful, how delightful, the experiences were with that woman. So we file them away as a comparison test for future women. This is your litmus test. So if that woman gave your man eyes-rolling-to-the-back-of-his head oral sex, then sister, in his mind, you need to be providing the same.
If she was a gymnast and could do a spectacular floor routine — vault onto the chest of drawers, then perform a double-back-flip dismount onto his penis, that man will at least be expecting you to do a cartwheel or two. The fact is, no man wants to marry a woman who has been a slut all her life; we just want a woman who knows as much as a slut does.
No need for teeth. So, even though that girl had us coming back like a crack addict, there is the fact that she may actually have been using crack. We figure that should count for something. I know this may sound chauvinistic, but if there is one thing you should never deny your boyfriend of, it is sex.
Men simply think there is just no reason to do that. I know, I know. Of course you do. And your guy loves you for all that. But, on this one morning, at 5: How were you to know that the dream he just woke up from was of you and him walking down the aisle after being wed. How could you know that he might have been ready to pop the question after you gave him an early morning shot?
If you deny your guy sex, it will only have him thinking that may be a glimpse of things to come. This might sound ridiculous to you, but this is how we truly think.