Apparently, there’s an emerging trend of dudes tracking when their partners refuse sex and whining about the “excuses” they use.
Hoping to nip this one in the bud, Elizabeth Plank and Raquel Reichard put together a helpful chart to help you determine when a woman owes you sex: While a rampant sense of male entitlement to women’s bodies–which, as Plank explains, underpins so much of rape culture–means this reminder is particularly important for men to hear, it’s worth noting that the rule is gender neutral.
He's never done this, we always communicate in person or by text.I am modest, but hard working and I consistently sets firm goals for myself. While men have always had a worse reputation for being unfaithful, recent studies show that women are catching up fast - but we are a lot more likely to lie about it, and a lot less likely to get caught.I could simply say the four reasons to listen are the hosts of this podcast: Because it’s definitely a treat to get four marriage and sex bloggers all on the same podcast with our different perspectives and insight about subjects like sexual positions, the relationship of exercise and sex, female arousal, and more. It’s the airplane safety principle of putting the oxygen mask on yourself before you can help others get on their oxygen masks. Our podcasts pack into about 30 minutes what it would probably take you a lot longer to read.To have a healthy, happy sex life in marriage, we have to come with a healthy, holy perspective of the marriage bed. And you can listen while you work out, do laundry, drive to your next meeting, etc. Having written on this subject for years, we can all delve deep into the theological aspects of sexual intimacy in marriage. That might sound like cheesy marketing, but one effect I’d love to see from this podcast is for listeners to find their own circle of Christian wives to chat with about marriage and sexuality.Nobody owes anybody sex–which is why it’s so great when freely given. A Minnesota native, she currently lives, writes, edits, and bakes bread in Atlanta, Georgia.