If you’re a woman who occasionally struggles with low sexual desire, you’re far from alone. Even women who love sex sometimes have trouble keeping up with their partners in the desire department. Outside circumstances like health problems, overfilled social schedules, family responsibilities, or work stress can easily mean sex is the last thing on your mind.
It’s something that’s probably happened to everyone at one point or another. One minute, you have the same awesome relationship with a friend that you’ve always had. Then suddenly you find yourself noticing things about them on a level that’s more than simply friendly. Maybe that leads to some strange (but very sexy) fantasies or daydreams about them.
While it’s true that society is a lot more appreciative than it used to be of the differences between people, there’s still work to do when it comes to its obsession with youth. For a woman, beauty and happiness are almost always synonymous with being young and looking young. No wonder so many women think their best days are in the past once they hit 40!
Remembering to make enough time for self-care can be a challenge, but it’s also important – especially now with so much going on in the world. Treating yourself once in a while can help keep life sweet in the midst of all the sour. Here are a few ideas to consider the next time you’re due for a little something extra.
These days, just about anything goes when it comes to sex between two consenting adults. On the one hand, that’s great when it comes to pushing your boundaries and experimenting as a single person. Not everything acceptable when you’re single and sexually active will necessarily translate well when it comes to healthy sexual relationships though.
Even veteran horror fans have to admit there’s nothing quite like a really good haunted house film, especially if it promises to bring anything new to the table. Directed by Travis Stevens (Starry Eyes), Girl on the Third Floor certainly seems promising enough, especially in light of the positive reviews it received when it made the festival rounds in 2019. Now that it’s officially landed on streaming giant Netflix, anyone looking to check out a little something new on a random Saturday afternoon can evaluate it personally.