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Though sex can be magnetic and amazing and exhilarating, everyone probably would define it completely differently. After all, a lot of factors are involved — your tastes and preferences, your partner's tastes and preferences, your sexuality, their sexuality. In fact, there are probably as many ways to describe sex as there are sex positions.
That's why it's important not to get too caught up in comparing your sex life to others. Sure, sex has incredible health benefitsfrom reducing stress to lowering blood pressure, but the real answer to the amount of sex you should be having and how long it should last, and what the best positions are, etc. We all have different sex lives — and that's one of the reasons sex is so fun to talk about. Here are the ways millennial women describe their sex lives in one word.
Sex is never the same from partner to partner, ya know? Everyone, including myself, has different experience going in.
Sex is chronic and habitual, as in never-ending, and not in a good way. It lacks originality, surprise, and is mostly habitual. It just is.
Not necessarily in a bad way, because I do enjoy it, but it pretty much happens in the same way more often than not. I've been dating the same person for a while now, and one thing we make sure of is to never let our sex life get stale. I'd say it's 'euphoric,' because we try to make sure it's out of this world, or at least interesting, every time.
They say communication is keyand it's true in the bedroom or on the kitchen floor! If you think about it, sex is magical.
I mean, it's pretty easy and makes both people feel amazing or at least should! I know it could be better, but my boyfriend's not as into trying new things as I am. Then again, I don't want to have a 'subpar' sex life forever…".
Let's face it: Sex is fun. Yeah, we all get partners that are not as fun as others, so then the sex could lack, but it is what you make it! I try to switch things up as much as I can. Even if my partner doesn't initiate something new, I do — it's my sex lifetoo!
I'd say sex is lonely since I can rarely orgasm from my boyfriend. I can from his hand or other stimulation, but rarely during sex. To me, sex is all about connecting with someone, whether it's someone fleeting or a LTR. Even if you're not too attached to the person, you still connect on some level. Sadly, I don't have much sex. I'm not a swiper-for-sex person, and I don't have serious boyfriends much. When I do, I feel our sex drives are much different and they want to a lot less than I do.
I think the more often you have sex spontaneously, the better i.
This is true for me and my boyfriend now, and was true with me and exes, too. As you can see, the way millennial women describe sex, and the way they experience sex, varies from person-to-person. No matter what word you use to describe it, know that sex may mean something different to everyone — and that's a good thing.
By Natalia Lusinski.Sex me with your words
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