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Frisky Friday - Jung on Sex

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It turns out Jung wasn't a huge fan of Freud's ideas about sex. Not that he didn't like them at all, but that they were incomplete being based mainly upon sexuality as repression. He questioned himself about his feelings on Freud's theories because of his own lack of sexual experience. You can read more about that here.

Lack of experience is a thing we all think about. As a woman, some men are excited by the idea of you having more experience, but some others are upset by it. I've come across both.

There's no way around it though. The probability of all partners being completely on the same page in experience, drive, and adventurousness is extremely low.

I've come across some who didn't care either way, but we weren't long-term compatible.

I think people can get too worked up about this.

Sex is supposed to be fun and what's more fun then exploring things together?

Some still have this idea that losing their virginity is going to change everything for them. Suddenly, they'll be respected and make more money and yeah, nope. You'll still be pretty inexperienced.

So what's the answer on experience?

I don't think there is one. Some people are quicker studies than others. Some don't improve no matter how many times they've done it.

I think the only thing you can do is find a patient partner and work together to learn to please each other. Yes, just like everything else in life, you have to learn how to be a good lover. And being a good lover for one person may not make you a good one for a new person because we're all different.

But it's fun figuring it all out.

R~

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