Safer Sex »

… this to your partner.

Some couples like to experiment with other things that can give Sensual pleasure such as food being placed on the body and licked off and being tickled or stroked with particular fabrics. Basically anything that you and your partner want to do that doesn’t involve sexual fluids coming into contact with your partner’s sexual parts is safer. You do need to make sure you talk about it and check that it’s what you both want to do and feel ready for. You …

Menopause »

… perhaps the continuous use of Contraception , feel liberated and may even experience a flush of sensuality and interest in sexual adventure. Others lose any interest in continuing sexual activity, whether the passage through the menopause was difficult or relatively easy. Vaginal dryness accompanying the menopause can be off-putting too, especially if sexual activity results in pain.

 

Difficulties with Arousal are discussed more fully at the Sexual Difficulties section of this …