• Question:

    My fiancé doesn’t want to have sex with me. We’re having sex less than once a month and I’m on antidepressants because it upsets me so much. In every other area we are a perfect match but his sex drive is non existent. He insists that he loves me and still fancies me and says he has no idea why he doesn’t want to have sex. We’ve been together for more than four years but are still young (24 and 25). I love him so much but this will split us up. Any advice would be great.

    Question:

    I am a 40 year old virgin (yes we do exist!) who was waiting for the right woman to come along but she never arrived. I did consider a sex worker but didn’t want the first time to be so throw away. I work in a male environment so don't meet any women there and I don't go out socialising because I work long hours. I haven't told anyone I’m a vigin but I feel some people have an idea: they just don't say anything but it’s like the elephant in the room. I like women and feel comfortable in their company but I lack self confidence when it comes to sex. How can I overcome this problem and do you think that a prostitute is a good idea after all?

    Question:

    I used to love sex but for some reason over the last couple of years I have lost all interest and our sex life has got very predictable and boring. I’m lacking confidence in my body and we both work shift work so I’m always tired. I don't want this to ruin our relationship. Do you have any suggestions on what I can do to spice things up or get my libido back?

    Question:

    If I want to orgasm during sex, I always have to fantasise. Sometimes I think about my partner, but more often it's someone else – a stranger, an ex or even someone we both know. I wonder if my partner and I experimented more I wouldn’t need to do this. How can I broach my fantasies with him?

    Question:

    I never orgasm from it and I don’t particularly like doing it to my partner either. My jaw gets sore and I can't do it for long. How can I enjoy it more?

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