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One of the first things that I got warned about when I entered a committed relationship was the reality that at some point in time, every relationship will go through a rut. Specifically, a sex rut.
I heard about this from everyone—my girlfriends, Cosmo, even my dad (which, awkward!).
Basically, you’ll go through a phase with sex where sex feels stale, boring, and predictable. I’m not going to pretend that my relationship is above this. Jonathan and I have been together for almost ten years, and we go in and out of these kinds of sex ruts.
Thankfully, though, I know what to do to get out of a sex rut with my life-partner.
But what about the sex rut I’ve gotten into with myself?
In this episode of the Sexually Liberated Woman podcast, I talk about. . .
/ How I got into this weird, unexpected sex rut with myself, and the erotic self that’s gotten lost in my committed relationship.
/ The new year’s resolution I made to keep me accountable to fixing the rut.
/ And all of the challenges and silly things that have come up since I began working on this.
“I was my first. I am responsible for nurturing that union. I am responsible for my orgasm.”
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Mentioned in this episode: You Were Yours First Before You Were Anyone Else’s, and National Masturbation Month.