Everybody loves healthy sex but our sexual appetite is different. Although people are quick to compare themselves against others, there is no magic number when it comes to how often you should have sex with your partner.
Partners need to understand how often each person needs to have sex to be fulfilled in a relationship.
In a bustling domain like Nigeria, partners have an onslaught of distractions keeping them from having sex.
For couples with stressful jobs, the thought of having sex may not be top of their desire after retiring home in the evening.
While the idea of romantic sex may be what many picture, it’s hard to find time for sex when people are consistently hard-pressed for time.
Having sex before going to work will make you feel like you're a Manager 😎 pic.twitter.com/EkvIWlPi1I
— Shy girl🤗 (@LADYEMILY96) September 21, 2018
Here are a few things our readers say about how often they’d like to have sex:
Sex is something I love, but I usually don’t feel the urge unnecessarily unless I drink a lot of alcohol. I would naturally want to have sex twice in a week, when I drink alcohol, then I can go everyday. – Damilola, Ogun state.
Just once in a while. – Adam, Offa, Kwara state.
Every other day if given financially okay with balanced diet but once a month or never if less privileged. If married, everyday. – Hakeem, Lagos.
Every man likes sex but we like sex in different ways. I also like sex but not every time, because sometimes what you like to do you should not be every time because a lot has to be done. I have things to handle – things that keeps me busy and happy, and that is music and photography. – Felix, Lagos.
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— Top Media Nigeria (@TopMediaNigeria) August 5, 2018
*Sigh* My sex life goes in tandem with my mood.
If I am seriously stranded, I don’t even think of it. But when buoyant financially, I have it anytime and anywhere in my apartment till we both reach orgasm. – George, Ogun state.
Sex is food. Sex is not all about making children. You must be a different woman to your husband every time. Seduce your husband, don’t always allow your husband to ask for sex. There must be no timetable for sex. Be creative, don’t be predictable. Give him what he wants. If you loose influence over your husband, you have lost womanhood. Be part of your husband plans.
Don’t have too many children, you wanna sell them? Allow your husband to check in and out anytime.
When a man is sexually satisfied, he is emotionally stable. Stop saying, ‘is it food’? Yes, sex is food! – Toluwalase, Lagos.
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