How to determine s3xual compatibility without having s3x. Let’s learn.
You don’t have to engage in pre-marital sex to figure out if you and your spouse are sexually compatible.
Many people choose to put off having sex until they are married.
People make decisions like this all the time, whether it’s to maintain their virginity or just to refrain from sex until they marry.
One of the most challenging tasks for persons like this would be determining sexual compatibility with their partners.
It’s fine not to have sex before marriage, but it’s not nice not to talk about it beforehand.
A bride was once told the story of being requested for anal intercourse by her new husband on the night of their wedding or shortly thereafter.
This couple had both abstained from sex until their wedding night, and when it came time to consummate their union, they discovered that they had completely different notions about what sex was supposed to be like.
It appears that the couple in question did not have a meaningful discussion about their sexual preferences, and towing such a line in a sexless relationship may be the deadliest prescription for disaster, because it’s fine not to have sex before marriage, but it’s not nice not to talk about it.
It’s not a horrible thing to decide not to have sex before marriage, and it’s perfectly acceptable if that’s what you and your partner desire.
However, failing to check yourself and your partner’s sexual compatibility before taking such a big step as marriage is not a good idea. And all you need is conversation to figure out your sexual common ground with your spouse without really doing it.
Conversations that are unapologetically honest and unrestrained. It’s in large dosages.
You must ask all conceivable questions and cover all potential bases.
Limiting your conversations to financial accounts, the number of children you have, and so on is never enough, especially when it comes to sexual compatibility. That isn’t how it works.
Because you won’t be doing the sex, it’s only natural to inquire about and have open discussions about what that partner thinks of sex, what teases and pleases them, what they can do, what they can’t, and what they can’t do without.
It’s only natural to inquire about and have open discussions about how your spouse views sex (Credit – Ranchatdovetree)
It’s only natural to inquire about and have open discussions about how your spouse views sex (Credit – Ranchatdovetree).
You must pay attention to your partner’s feelings about receiving and delivering sexual pleasure, and determine whether you are capable of fulfilling that expectation.
You’ll have to say what you think is impossible and absurd. You must also be willing to bend a little here and there until you and your partner reach a point of agreement on the topic.
This is true for both partners.
These discussions might take place during couples pre-marriage counselling, when you have someone ‘supervising the negotiations,’ if you are both comfortable with it.
Whichever way you want it though, let it be known that sexual compatibility can be deciphered to a large extent without actually having sex if you both will just communicate right.