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If there was one thing that you could change about your sex life, what would it be?
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You've been given the chance to change ONE thing about your current sex life - what would it be?
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I'd like more. That's the only thing I'd change - more sex would be awesome!
That is no one else's business!!!
I Totally Agree with you Finy!
Most things asked here are technically no-one else's business. However I absolutely respect that it's not something everyone will be comfortable sharing.
More frequent babysitting. ;)
LOL that would certainly be helpful, hey!
I would love to be more confident with my body image.
Lu Lu Belle
I'd like less. When I was young, I thought it would all finish by the time you were forty.
Its a secret.
Better health for both my husband and myself - we both have conditions that prevent us having sex as often as we would like but when we both are healthy and can get it on, we're awesome together, so there's nothing I would change with that!
That must be so hard when the mind wants to but the body can't. xx
It is but at least it is both of us, so we each understand when the other can't.
My partners ideas. (or my partner)
Lots more sex very definately, it's also very good for fitness and your general health and well being
To get a partner.
I'm not sure, my libido is low at present, maybe to get more, I don't know if this is a menapausal thing or not, I was more energised a few years ago.
To actually have one! I'm single - if you hadn't guessed...
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