By The Raquel Peel Editorial Team
Many couples have sex early on in their relationships as they just want to know if they are sexually compatible. But, according to Dr Justin Lehmiller that is the wrong way of thinking about this.
Have you ever wondered about sexual fantasies and what the most common fantasies are? Have you ever wondered what they mean about you consciously and subconsciously? What about how you can talk with your partner about them and if it is something you want to have as part of your sex life?
Here is a snippet of Dr Justin Lehmiller's article. To read the full article, please click on the link below.
One reason that many couples have sex early on in a relationship—and well before the prospect of marriage might ever come to mind—is because they want to know whether they’re sexually compatible. Sex is a very important part of most relationships, so if you and your partner aren’t clicking in bed from the very beginning, that’s often taken as a sign of trouble ahead.
There’s nothing wrong with wanting to establish sexual compatibility in the early stages of a relationship (and, indeed, there can be benefits to this)—but there is one common mistake people often make when it comes to doing this: they think that once they’ve established compatibility, they’re good to go for the rest of their relationship. In other words, if you start out having great, mind-blowing sex, you’re always going to have great, mind-blowing sex.