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24 Nov 2005

Neither are good for us!!! How bout working on the problem within the relationship? Okay, there are cases where one partner resembles an ice berg, and no matter what the other tries, no interest, in such cases I can only sympathise. Other times as I said it is fixable, very much so. Imagination, starting long before you get home, flirting with your partner, really making an effort to reignite that spark. If still nothing, damn, I don't know, why ask such a complicated question so late on a Thursday afternoon?!!! I don't know really - affairs will always exist, prostitutes too, so if that's the last resort, I think most men (I said MOST NOT ALL) will go for it. It's bad if a partners sexual appetite is like an athiest - you doubt it's existance, or magic - a few moves and it dissappers, or like a storm, you don't know when it's coming or how long it will last, even worse - the Walt Disney libido - been frozen for 30 years!
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