Our expert says:
There are many factors that influence ‘becoming sexually aroused’. Factors that negatively affect arousal include anger, anxiety, alcohol, drugs, depression, guilt, bad memories, relationship conflict and stress. Positive factors include pleasurable sights, sounds, smells, sexual fantasy and touching. Many women do not climax during partner sex and it is quite common for women to climax through other kinds of stimulation. It is common for couples to climax at different times during sexual intercourse – ‘simultaneous orgasm’ is quite an infrequent occurrence! Your fears of not ‘giving him satisfaction’ should be discussed. For more information visit SA Sexual Health Assoc website: www.sexualhealth.co.za
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