A group of us met up for dinner recently at Flip Burger Boutique to catch up with each other and nosh on some food. It didn’t take long before the topic turned to dating and sex. (They like to blame this on me, but I am rarely the one to bring it up).
Shauna was complaining about the fact that she was let down with how her new man “performed”. I thought she should cut him some slack. Things could improve and he probably was just as disappointed as she was. She said she wasn’t going to mention anything to him because she didn’t want to come across as bossy in bed.
One of the men told her not to let it go on for too long. If she ended up in a relationship with a man that didn’t satisfy her, it would be her own fault, not his. Of course, this sparked a debate about who was responsible for bad sex people are having.
Do you blame the people who lack bedroom skills or their partners that don’t tell them?
Of course the central argument for some was that people fake satisfaction too much to keep the peace and protect the egos. What do you think?
Should you bring up how to improve things in the bedroom when you have just started a relationship? Do you wait to see if it improves with time and umm… practice?