When is the right time to talk about sex in a relationship?

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    Ronkie babe
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    When is the right time to talk about sex in a relationship?

     

     

    When is the right time to talk about sex in a relationship

     

    I have been wanting to ask this question for a while now. Should lovers talk about sex in a relationship? If Yes, when is the right time to talk about it?

    Note: I am not saying when to have sex in a relationship, but when to talk about it.

    Let’s discuss guys 😉

     

    Read also:  14 WOMEN YOU MUST NEVER HAVE SEX WITH (Take Note of numbers 5, 6 &14)

     

     

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    • #12535
      Correct Segz
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      From the moment she agrees to be my babe.

      Is sex they say we should not have before marriage not talking about it.

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    • #12538
      Jayne
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      I believe marital relationship is for the matured minds. So the issue of talk about sex should be done when they both feel comfortable.

      But it should be discussed before marriage.

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    • #12539
      Adex
      Participant

      Hmmm…This why my Ex-girlfriend left me.

      Babe said talking about sex should be allowed in a relationship. That it shouldn’t be discussed until we get married.

      She always gets angry anytime I raise the topic. Long story cut short…she left me 😔

       

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    • #12541
      Chronic Bachelor
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      @Adex my guy, sorry about that jare.

      That is how one girl for my area was behaving like holy Mary until she suddenly got pregnant. Many of them are pretenders.

      As for me, we must discuss it before we get married. Let me know who I am about to marry. If we don’t talk about it, how do we know if any of us is having an issue?

       

       

       

       

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    • #12543
      O.S David
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      Yes. The issue of sex should be discussed before marriage, but not at the early stage of the relationship.

      Should be discussed two or one weeks to their wedding. This is to avoid sexual temptation

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    • #12653
      Christie
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      Humn! To discuss sex before marriage. I wouldn’t support this because it has lured many into premarital sex

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    • #12654
      Uche Ogbona
      Participant

      How do we discuss it. Is it the number of rounds per night, or number of times we have it in a week? I don’t get.

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    • #12655
      Sulaimon Sule
      Participant

      Uche, You can discuss the style na. Lolz!

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    • #12656
      Sulaimon Sule
      Participant

      FM,  I get you sir. Someone like me get easily aroused sexually whenever the issue of sex is discussed

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    • #12657
      Inumidun
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      Very dangerous to be discussed. You might get aroused in the cause of discussion, and fall. Beside, you can’t know your partner’s sexual strength until you get to the field

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    • #12658
      FM
      Participant

      It can be discussed before marriage provided both partners are well guided. Talking about sex could cause a great harm to your relationship.

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    • #12659
      Christie
      Participant

      FM, Thank you. Please note that the issue of sex should never be discussed in the closet.

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    • #12660
      Uche Ogbona
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      I don’t even subscribe to it at all. What is the essence of discussing it, when it will get you aroused and you both return to your various places with that hurt

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    • #12661
      Inumidun
      Moderator

      Uche,  That’s true my sister. We assume both parties are innocent, so how would they start the discussion?

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    • #12662
      Inumidun
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      Sule, Yes, I mean if both of them are virgins

       

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