“Sex is funny and love is serious.” -Stephan Jenkins
The Benefits of Sex
We’ve all been there: that new stage in a relationship where you just can’t keep your hands off one another. Libido and emotions are equally high, so you find yourself sneaking off during your lunch break or staying up ’til 3 in the morning on a weeknight because you’re busy bumping uglies.
Then, as you spend more and more time together, that sexual desire starts to fade and one day, Netflix and Chill actually means exactly that. Suddenly, you’re binge-watching Ozark with your S.O. on opposite sides of the couch.
Becoming less intimate with your partner over the years is totally normal. After all, life gets hectic and orgasms take time.
That being said, if you can swing it, you really should still be trying to have sex with your S.O. as often as possible for these amazing benefits.
As the old saying goes, “It’s all fun and games until someone gets married.”
Oh, wait. It’s actually “…until someone loses an eye”, but I’m sure there are a lot of married couples out there that think the two could be used interchangeably.
There are a lot of great aspects of marriage: you always have someone to talk to, you have someone who can help with chores and paying bills, and (at least for the first few years) it’s guaranteed booty-on-demand.
But marriage isn’t without its challenges. Otherwise, there wouldn’t be such a huge divorce rate. Let’s face it: If living with yourself isn’t always easy, living with another person until one of you cries “uncle” is DEFINITELY no simple feat. I don’t care how much you love someone.
Ultimately, you have to keep your sense of humor about the whole thing as these hilarious tweets about marriage prove.
Guide To F*ckboys
What are the telltale signs of a f*ckboy? The very “Smart, Funny & Black” Amanda Seales breaks it down.
Watch the video here