Scientists have found a new substance that reduces women’s sex drive by 95 per cent. Living together for several years before marriage, the couple always had a healthy sex life, albeit with the usual, cyclical ups and downs. That’s not just an old joke; it’s one of our deepest-held, across-the-board cultural assumptions: men are supposed to be the hungry dogs, ever-ready. In relationships, the battle of the sexes rages in the bedroom: Men pester for it, women “give it up.” Remember The Cosby Show? Phylicia Rashad, eyes rolling skyward, would finally bestow it as a reward for good behaviour. It was for Fred Williams.* Wedding cake had a disastrous dampening effect on his libido, not his wife’s.This is because sexual symptoms may be different in each person.Some sexual symptoms can lead to sexual dysfunction.Some of the age-specific epilepsy syndromes are: juvenile myoclonic epilepsy, juvenile absence epilepsy and epilepsy with grand mal (tonic-clonic) seizures on awakening.
Many of the sexual dysfunctions that are defined are based on the human sexual response cycle, proposed by William H. The condition ranges from a general lack of sexual desire to a lack of sexual desire for the current partner.
Similarly, some men retreat when their wives become pregnant, simply because they’re afraid of harming the baby. Basically explain, as you serve him a double Scotch in your sexiest maternity negligee, that the baby will be fine and that pregnant women are sturdier and less fragile than they seem.
Men who miss this sexual opportunity really lose out, Miller adds, because “a woman’s sex drive is often really enhanced during this period.” We should probably pause here to make a distinction between low sex drive and erectile dysfunction, though the line between them is often blurred.
Women can only do it when the house is tidy and the kids asleep; men, meanwhile, could do it with the house on fire (of course only if the fire were contained and the fire brigade on its way).
Post-nuptials, however, sex became “this weekly chore I dreaded,” he says.