We have been together for five years and were once sexually active and adventurous, but my partner has become closed off. We now have sex once every five to six weeks. She hates talking about our sex life and her sexuality, which I find worse than the lack of sex. Your girlfriend is actually communicating very well about sex — nonverbally. And, understandably, you do not like the message.
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It was the night before my wedding, and I was alone in my bridal suite, too wired to sleep and contemplating the future of my orgasms. Out of tradition, I didn't sleep with my husband-to-be that night, but I was wishing that I had. What if it was my last chance for mind-blowing sex? In the 20 years of dating I did before my wedding, which took place on my 35th birthday, the sex was never as good as sex during the early days of a relationship. Between my first, fumbling, over-the-bra feel-up at 14 and when I met my husband at 34, I had five serious relationships that each lasted more than a year.