The truth is, both men and women tend to complain about the same things when it comes to sex, particularly when they're in a long-term relationship. Here are eight of the most common complaints I hear from couples, along with suggestions to turn a partner's frown upside down.
Gender is a powerful reality; it is the perception and expectation of differences between males and females and it shapes both our bodies and our society. Gender differences are real and important, but they are not hard wired or even static. So let's bust some of those myths.
The first time I read the now-famous sex letter she sent me, I was shocked and amused at her amazing openness and took it as a gesture of love. She truly wanted to help guide me in the only way she knew how.
Speak up and tell him how you like it, or don't. Speak up and tell him what you aren't comfortable with or what doesn't feel good. Have an open dialogue about the sex you are having so both of you can enjoy it.
There will be plenty of opportunities in the coming years for a passionate night of love-making. If passing out after your wedding feels better than making out, so be it. You have the rest of your lives to make up for it.