“How can I help her feel confident and in the mood again without sacrificing any more of myself?”
Have you ever experienced bed death in your relationship? If you did move past it, how? Has bed death ever signaled the end of a relationship for you? Has a fear of bed death ever made an impact on your relationships? Do you think bed death isn’t a big deal and we should stop talking about it?
“Lesbian bed death” does happen. But it doesn’t happen for the reasons you think it does, and it’s not necessarily the problem you think it is.
Remember children, these movies are imaginary, but the horror is real.
We asked 3,500+ women in same-sex relationships what they fought about — from drinking too much to not seeing each other enough to being jealous of exes, here’s the results!
We’ve got all the numbers on how often you have sex from our Ultimate Lesbian Sex Survey — and some of them might surprise you!
This is not as rewarding as that “spice up your marriage” advice columnist promised it would be.
A new report from the Kinsey Institute shows that lesbians are more likely to have orgasms than straight women, and less likely to be unable to orgasm.
Is it a libido gap? Or is it a sign that a major relationship change is in order?
Straight people have appropriated lesbian bed death. Also: butch bottoms, a lez learning to masturbate, some new tumblrs and dirty sheets.
Lesbian bed death is a myth, sorta, well, kinda, but it’s complicated, and a bunch of famous people have opinions about it for the Village Voice’s Queer issue. Plus we have a sexy tumblr for you.