Drifting apart “We’re drifting apart,” Sara said during our first meeting. They got along well enough, but lived more like roommates than a married couple. Friends lose touch, colleagues move on, children forget to write home. But much more often there are reasons for the greater distance. “We have completely different interests,” David added.Sara and David each had a story about how it happened. They made these statements as if they were road-blocking obstacles, landslides that covered the path ahead.Asexuality is a sexual orientation in which people are not interested in being sexual with others.Romance may be desired and masturbation may even happen, but sex is not part of the attraction of a relationship.But this lack of communication was enough to spell the end of a 7 million mission.The smallest details often lead to the success or failure of a project…or a relationship.A: I’m glad you’re taking this seriously, because it’s no joke!
Consuming food and alcohol is what people do before, after and even during sex—no worries or judgment!Naturally, people assume there’s something wrong with you if you choose this lifestyle since monogamous relationships have traditionally been set as the ideal for which everyone should strive.As a clinician I remain surprised by and respectful of the variety and ingenuity of sexual expressions people enjoy, which is why neither you nor I—or anyone—can or should ever make assumptions about people’s sexuality, preferences and behavior.The truth is, your vagina is an incredible self-cleaning machine.You don’t need to treat it as if it’s super-delicate.