Most romcoms and romance novels would have us believe that true love is about mushy and poetic romance — holding hands and passionate kisses too — but hardly any make us feel the importance of a healthy sex life. So, can married life exist without sex? Are you often telling yourself, “My husband loves me […]
A portal did a survey in Indian cities on sexual satisfaction in marriages. 72 per cent women said that they were sexually dissatisfied while 98 per cent men said they were happy with their sex lives.
Sexless Marriage is a glaring reality in India, a reality that is rarely talked about openly. At Bonobology we have articles and confession stories where people talk about their dead bedroom. Wives talk about how they remained virgins even after two years of marriage and men talk about how they started looking for sexual gratification outside the marriage because they were so fed up with their unresponsive wives in bed.
Sexual rejection in a relationship can take a toll on both partners. This piece covers ways to deal with it, overcome it and use reassuring rejection to maintain the relationship.
We consulted with psychotherapist and relationship counselor Aman Bhonsle to understand some of the lesser known sexless relationship effects that couples must brace for
When there is no intimacy in a marriage it has an adverse effect on men
Dry spells are common in relationships but how do you get your intimacy back?
Are you have mercy sex with your partner? These 1o signs indicate so
Why she chose to become celibate? She gives all the answers
(As said to Joie Bose) I was attracted to her body What do women want? I genuinely fail to fathom. For heaven’s sake. Really. They are insatiable. When I first saw Archana on the matrimonial site, I was blown away by her waistline. She was wearing a saree, the kind that clings to your body
(As told to Joie Bose) I hardly knew my new husband I was terrified about the wedding night, for that’s when most women lose their virginity to a strange man whose sexual hunger they have to satisfy until their dying day. Before I got married, I had met Jatin twice. He was in the Merchant
(As told to Pulkit Vasudha) Not now, darling, he said I felt a familiar thrill as I wrapped my arms around his waist and brushed my lips against his neck. He looked into my eyes with sadness, pecked me chastely and turned away. The days when my whole body tingled with sexual tension were long