What are some of the indirect signals women give men to indicate there will be no sex tonight?
She goes to bed very early, stays up very late, complains about being extremely tired, a headache that won't go away...etc What are some of the other "indirect signals" women have of letting their significant other know nothing is happening tonight BEFORE he suggests or even attempts to be amorous? Do you believe the longer a couple has been together the less the word "no" or (verbal rejection) is used/needed? The man simply doesn't pursue it whenever she ...etc
It's basically (the art of rejecting without rejecting). Have you heard/seen any funny ones? Have you used or had them used on you?
According to my experience, when women don't want to have sex, they adopt an indifferent attitude towards you. In some cases, they may pretend as if they are feeling bad.
Dashing Scorpio: I personally do not believe in having sex when one is not married. It's in the Bible, and it is the way I was raised.
When an unmarried woman and an unmarried man have a relationship, everything changes. At first it is fun, wonderful, passionate, and even addicting. Then things slowly become a novelty, and it gets old.
This is why I see no sparks between couples at weddings. They have eliminated the wonderful wedding night and are into a routine. I have been to wedding where the couple has said they could not wait to get it over with...
I personally believe that eventually the man takes the woman for granted. There is NO commitment on his part...he is getting what he wants. She, on the other hand, is much more committed. She has given her heart and soul with no commitment on his part... I read letters in the paper all the time to the columnists, "I have been with "Fred" seven years but he does not want a commitment...he is in no hurry to marry, but I want to marry and have children." THIS may be one reason a woman loses interest in sex. She starts to become unsure of herself and begins having doubts. in my opinion, sex complicates things. And many relationships fail because of it. IF the unmarried couple has children, the woman will be so exhausted trying to raise them which, again, could affect the desire for sex. All of the above is just my personal opinion. Blessings, Sparklea
Sparklea, Whether a woman is married or not there are bound to be times when she simply is (not in the mood) to have sex. It's not about pre-marital sex. I believe women have ways of letting their husbands know "not tonight" without words.
When women don't want to have sex they don't behave in a sexy way.
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