Mainly about married/LTR women who have libido issues. It was an interesting read because most of the "dry spell" issues me and my SO have had (5 years, no breakups altho we've had issues) have been hard to deal with. Either she's not in the mood, I'm not being romantic enough, etc. Seems like an interesting theory to "just do it". Our relationship fits this article to a T, sporatic sex maybe twice a month, always saying "we should do this more often" but it's usually frustrating since she's pretty slow to finish and sometimes she gets sore before she can orgasm (or occasionally I can't last long enough but real talk, that doesn't happen very often.) Either way, how would I even go about suggesting something like this? I don't agree with everything said but I like the last paragraph (scheduling it every x days so we can be intimate without it always going to sex = no pressure) Then again I know she doesn't like to expect it, when we didnt live together she didn't like how every time she came over we basically expected to do it. But the interesting thing about this article is that it basically doesn't have to be a sacred thing that is special every time. Nothing wrong with routine, especally if it brings a couple closer together. amirite? http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/men/article5598881.ece p.s. I normally copy+paste articles but it's losing all the formatting when I copy it over so if someone could copy and paste it that'd be great.