Do Your Thang!
- When you have experienced sexual difficulty, how did you overcome it?
Bizarrely, I wrote about this for Food For Thought Friday just the other day. In my context, sexual difficulties are simply part of the broader range of difficulties I experience as a result of suffering from depression. They happen, I deal with them, life goes on. For me, it is important to be open about these issues. This is especially true when it comes to sex, as I’m not the only person it affects in that situation.
- How do you like to reconnect with your significant other?
At present I don’t have one to reconnect with, so I’ll leave this one there…
- “It isn’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it.” How do you like to be done?
Despite most commonly being the “Dominant” partner in a sexual relationship, I like it when the woman I’m with has the confidence to know what she wants and is comfortable enough to let me know that I’m getting it “right”. While I’m generally the initiator, it is very much a turn on for me when the woman I am with takes the initiative to ensure that her needs and desires are met. In a D/s context, I am a believer in the art of assertive submission.
- If you are married, were you ready for marriage?
I am not married, but I have been. At the time I got married, I believed I was ready for it.
- If you are not married, are you ready for it? What makes you say that?
I’m not so certain that I would say I am ready to marry again. Being single aside, I have reservations about inflicting myself and my mental health issues on another person. The had a quite an effect on my marriage and its eventual unravellment, and having gone through that once, I’m not sure I’d be willing to risk that kind of fall-out happening again.