ok i've been rele horny lately.. and i've been having sex with my boyfriend aggressively i mean i don't think he minds but i don't like it..how do i stop becoming as horny all the time? i mean i dont watch porno and im as average as average can get? i dont get it?
BRobb answered Wednesday April 7 2010, 5:58 pm: So what's the problem? As long as you two are being responsible and safe you really have nothing to worry about. Sex in a monogamous, committed relationship is a perfectly acceptable display of affection. The increase in sexual desire you are experiencing is just something your body is going through and will level out on it's own. I think you should really be asking why you are afraid of your own sexuality. [ BRobb's advice column | Ask BRobb A Question ]
DeeplySetting answered Wednesday April 7 2010, 2:04 pm: Dear horny,
I am going to be very honest with you. You have put yourself in a very, very, very difficult situation. This is what I mean -
The more you have sex, the more you will want sex.
You have a boyfriend with whom you've had sex repeatedly. He's not gonna go abstinent without a fight.
Your boyfriend knows your sexual triggers-how to get you hot.
The majority of songs on the radio is about sex or being sexy.
Most of your friends are probably having sex and are talking about it.
Just seeing your boyfriend's picture is a trigger.
Many jokes people tell are sexual-oriented.
In other words, you don't have to watch porn. Sex is everywhere and you are acutely in tune to it now that you are no longer a virgin.
It is admirable that you are thinking of falling back on the sexual activity. However, you have now created a situation for yourself where it's gonna be easier TO DO this thing you don't want to do than to not do it. You now understand the dilemma of an addict. You either will or you won't, but there's just no cutting back.
Decide what you want to do and put up the fight. Start hanging out with virgins or people who want to practice abstinence. You may lose your boyfriend in the process. This is not to discourage you, just to keep it real.
If you give up however, remember this--by the time you are a young adult of 23 (prime young adult age after college, thinking about career path, marriage and children)--many of the good significant-other candidates won't view you as valuable and rare. You will already be worn out emotionally and mentally and have had many hands all over your body for the past 10 years. Also, there will be greater possibility that you could find yourself in a "smashed-the-homies" situation. Not cool.
MHScutie87 answered Thursday July 7 2005, 5:04 am: hey you have NOTHING to worry about! being (overly) horny goes along with being a teenager, you just can't help it. If you have sex every time your horny, then your body will get used to it though. so, if you dont fulfill your desires with sex, then maybe the urges will reduce.
jeni_xoxo answered Thursday July 7 2005, 4:27 am: Being horny is really not something that you can control, it's something that is controlled by hormones. You should just not have ruff sex..take it slow and I promise that it will feel really good. and Don't worry you won't always be horny. Drop one in my box and we'll tlak about it more.
Teza answered Thursday July 7 2005, 4:20 am: WELL.. YOU'RE FINE. I MEAN ITS OKAY IF YOU ARE HORNY ITS JUST PROBABLLY YOUR HORMONES KICKING IN. IF YOU DONT WANT T0 KEEP HAVING SEX WITH HIM THEN JUST SIMPLY TRY T0 STOP YOURSELF. BUT ITS JUST A GOOD THING YOU ARE ONLY HAVING SEX WITH ONE PERSON. YOU WONT BE HORNY ALL THE TIME AND THERS NOTHING WRONG WITH IT. YOU'RE FINE =D ♥// [ Teza's advice column | Ask Teza A Question ]
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