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462 clicks; posted to Discussion » on 01 Mar 2021 at 11:35 AM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-03-01 11:33:56 AM  
"I would like to book some time on your sex calendar. Do you have any openings I could fill?"
 
2021-03-01 11:37:11 AM  
I thought that they closed that place down?
 
2021-03-01 11:49:38 AM  
She came up with the solution and reports to the world that it's working. He's silent on the topic. I've heard plenty to make an informed opinion.
 
2021-03-01 12:29:57 PM  

roostercube: She came up with the solution and reports to the world that it's working. He's silent on the topic. I've heard plenty to make an informed opinion.


"Real Men" don't talk about sex and gentlemen don't either?
 
2021-03-01 12:31:05 PM  
Funny, Mrs. Fool is always willing. Back when it was an issue, we even bought red towels for those "special days". And she said getting off helped. Just must be lucky.

/Humblebrag
 
2021-03-01 12:33:25 PM  
Every window is a sex window if you're brave enough.
 
2021-03-01 12:36:04 PM  
desertfool:

Funny, Mrs. Fool is always willing. Back when it was an issue, we even bought red towels for those "special days". And she said getting off helped. Just must be lucky.
/Humblebrag


She certainly is!

/J/k, obligatory
 
2021-03-01 12:44:04 PM  

sxacho: Every window is a sex window if you're brave enough.


Not according to the crew of flight A491 and a few stuck up prudes in coach.
 
2021-03-01 12:57:21 PM  
Wow, it's almost as if communicating with your partner can be important.

/ thanks for that breakthrough, Romero
 
2021-03-01 1:36:04 PM  
She could have saved both of them an entire marriage with a simple statement like that.

Buy maroon towels or install a bigger shower. Damn.
 
2021-03-01 2:22:25 PM  

desertfool: Funny, Mrs. Fool is always willing. Back when it was an issue, we even bought red towels for those "special days". And she said getting off helped. Just must be lucky.

/Humblebrag


My wife and I operate on the assumption the other is always willing. The train always runs on-time, and the tunnel is never closed for maintenance. That being said, people are going to choose their own way of doing things. Now if she and her husband are happy, more power to them for working it out.

There is one disturbing thing here, and it's not a minor item. The women who tend to talk like the article writer are the ones that tend to make their husbands initiate sex. As in they rarely (if ever) initiate sex with their partner. That's actually pretty horrifying. Both parties in a relationship should want to get busy with each other. Even many, many (many) years later, my wife and I still chase each other for fun times. When it is (almost always) one party initiating sex, they tend to talk like this lady, and makes it disgustingly similar to doling out sex as a reward. I've known women like that, and the relationships almost inevitably breakdown. One of my friends is a very nice person in some ways, but she and her husband ended up getting divorced because she almost never initiated sex. He didn't feel wanted. Sex tapered off to a monthly (no pun intended) routine session. In the end she said he answered why he left, (paraphrasing) "We weren't really married, you were just a friend who shared a bed with me a couple times a year."

Side note: She expects him to respect her schedule, then she's got to respect his as well. I doubt that will be an issue, since the article makes it sound like he has to initiate everything anyway, despite how much she tries to create the image of herself as a non-stop sex machine for a couple weeks.
 
2021-03-01 3:28:44 PM  

desertfool: Funny, Mrs. Fool is always willing. Back when it was an issue, we even bought red towels for those "special days". And she said getting off helped. Just must be lucky.

/Humblebrag


Some women never learn this because either they, or their partners, are grossed out by parting the red sea. Fact of the matter is that it's absolutely possible to bang out those cramps
 
2021-03-01 4:47:25 PM  

Otera: desertfool: Funny, Mrs. Fool is always willing. Back when it was an issue, we even bought red towels for those "special days". And she said getting off helped. Just must be lucky.

/Humblebrag

Some women never learn this because either they, or their partners, are grossed out by parting the red sea. Fact of the matter is that it's absolutely possible to bang out those cramps


Well, it's not a 100% sure thing. Many (most?) women, yes, sex will ease (or even eliminate) cramping. Just like sex will cause a headache to vanish, at least for a few hours.

One of my friends, however, noted she tried (repeatedly) to have sex because her friends all told her it helped. She learned two things: 1) Sex does not cause her cramps to go away and, 2) She's really (really) sensitive to ejaculate in her vag*na during her time of the month. As in it causes some weird sensation, not totally unpleasant but weird feeling, and that doesn't happen except during her period.

On the opposite side was my first girlfriend who figured out that us f**king made her cramps vanish, and caused her to orgasm even more times than normal. After she deduced it was the sex making her cramps go away, she always made sure we had time to get busy. She often laughed, "I haven't had a single bad cramp from (PMS / my period) in months!" when joking with her friends. Then she'd tell them to stop being skittish and just get laid when they felt themselves beginning to enter PMS.
 
2021-03-02 11:38:12 AM  
My sex window opened when I hit puberty. I'll let you know when it closes. Or keep an eye out for my obituary.
 
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