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Turns out it was just knots from when they stitched me up that just needed some massaging.After a few fun sexcapades, everything felt back to normal!Also, thanks to breastfeeding, my boobs became the least sexual thing ever and any touching resulted in immediate turn off.—yasminm415a0db2c It takes a lot for me to get in the mood…like, my son can't be in the house, otherwise I'm thinking about him and worried he may start crying and need me.We get our parents to watch him so we can try to relax and have some fun together — that helps.—allsanchezk Picture this…you are finally healed enough to have THE sex.You do not want to rush the first time after having a baby.If it's wrong or rushed it will turn you off to anything after that.—Jessica Garcia, Facebook I never expected the dreadful feeling of fear that came over me when we tried one night.

Make sure you are well lubricated, self- or store-bought. Feed baby and put him/her to sleep with a dry diaper — anything you can do to buy you some time.

), because THAT’S WHAT NOT SEXUALLY ASSAULTING PEOPLE MEANS.

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It’s a subtle reframing that could have a major impact on how we think about sexual assault long-term, and I, for one, have been self-high-fiving myself raw all day. You just ask yourself: Did this person say, with their body language or their words, that they want to have sex with me? And if you have any doubt whatsoever, DO NOT HAVE SEX WITH THAT PERSON.

Your present is To my great surprise, though, instead of busting out the tinsel and tucking into the consensual sex celebration goose, a lot of men seem anxious about this new bill—apparently worried that they’ll soon have to, say, obtain a notarized contract every time they want to honk their wife’s boob or else be carted off to some feminist gulag. shouldn’t be touching a single genital without an explicit "yes"). But even if you can rationalize it away (and even if the legal system agrees with you, which is kind of the legal system’s steez), you are still ethically culpable for the choices you make based on the absence of a "no." In the course of my job I hear a lot about men’s fear of rape accusations—the terror of accidentally violating a partner’s boundaries in that "no means no" gray area††, how life-destroying a rape accusation can be—and I can’t imagine why someone living with that anxiety would oppose this bill.

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