You are mismatched in the libido department. This is not uncommon. As cto312 said, it is time for frank discussion and if a compromise suitable for both cannot be reached it may be time to end the relationship.
I think there is always some desparity in libido with most couple but your may be too extreme. No one is to blame it is just that people are wired differently.
Minor differences can be worked out with good communication and compromise. Big differences that cannot be bridged will only bring more heartache and conflict.View Thread
Jeremy, you are mistaking disgust for urgency. I doubt any woman having sex on the first date is trying to cement the relationship (What relationship?). Men don't have the corner on casual sex. Often times sex is just sex!
I am also a strong believer in what's good for the gander is also good for the goose.View Thread
Jeremy3456 how long should a woman wait to have sex to meet your approval? Six dates? Twelve dates? Twenty-four dates? What is the magic number so you can be sure she is not a wanton slut? It's cool for guys to put out on the first date, that's a given but women are held to a totally different standard in your eyes. That is so much B.S.View Thread
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