Bedroom Topics, Uncategorized

Are you a lazy sex partner?

What is a lazy sex partner? Are you a lazy sex partner? How do we determine what makes a sex partner lazy.  Often people will define their idea of love, respect and sex or by passionately describing someone else sex life.  For starters men and women utilized different roles in the bedroom, according to a recent study the desires between a male and female show similar traits both reaching high dominance in sexual pleasures. Although our sexual perception varies, our bodies can seek new fondness unconsciously. A active partner in sex predominately takes charge in the bedroom, surprisingly initiating intercourse, foreplay, taking the time to find weak and soft spots in your partner, and lastly but not least pleasuring both you and them.  A lazy sex partner display no sexual desire signs, usually on contact lying still and motionless, no initiating roles or experiences, no foreplay giving neither wanting to receive or give oral sex.  The signs differ between a male and female when comparing laziness, so instead of looking for gender roles find common sexual interest, explore new options and learn what emotionally or mentally turns your partner off and on.  Personally I believe women are looked at as lazy sex partners mainly for their honed missionary position, truth is some women reach a faster climax in this old style way of sexual intercourse and carry less likely chances of sexual discomfort in both the male and female.  A good sex partner can bring social and mental peace.

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****Darrena Strawder****                                                                                                                   Student Clinical Psychologist

Facts, Uncategorized

What is a Sex Therapist

I know the subject of sex is so taboo and finding someone you comfortable with seems harder than the subject, a Sex Therapist is often look at as a sexologist or a freak, I am here to tell you that’s not the case, a Sex Therapist provides feedback and addresses  clients psychological or physical sexual problems.

A Sex Therapist usually a psychiatrist, a marriage and family therapist, a psychologist, or a clinical social worker, becoming a sex therapist requires extra training beyond the minimal amount of training’s in sexuality that is required for each of those licenses.

Sex therapist have to carry a particular awareness of sexuality soaring above a personal experience or a personal opinion. Sex therapist mainly have multiple choices of ways to treat issues when someone presents it.