True or false?

True or false?

RockDoc RockDoc
I am exploring orgasms and how they relate to libido. Can they really affect your desire negatively? Recently, we were talking about orgasms and one person said that if they have a really good orgasm in the morning that they don't want to have sex later that day. If the orgasm was only mediocre, then they did want it later. Is this generally true?
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03/20/2016
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OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
Plausible. We have both have some in the morning and still want it again that night. Sometimes it is that good you crave it. And other times did not need any. Often it also depends on what else happens. ie stress, simulation, good mood, etc.

Some mediocre ones make us want to do it again right that night. Gotto to make up for it !
03/20/2016
RockDoc RockDoc
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Originally posted by OH&W, Lovebears
Plausible. We have both have some in the morning and still want it again that night. Sometimes it is that good you crave it. And other times did not need any. Often it also depends on what else happens. ie stress, simulation, good mood, etc. ...
I can agree with making up for a not so good session and trying to hit the home run. For me personally, I almost never have a lack of desire. I could be on my death bed and still jump to it if the opportunity arose. That's why I would love to hear others thoughts. It seems there may just be different feelings in the issue.

Thanks for sharing!
03/20/2016
witch-drummer witch-drummer
I myself have wondered this. My wife is under a delusion that "if the sex was good then it's satisfying, ergo you shouldn't be wanting more. If your want more, then the sex mustnot be good enough."

I make her cum at least twice every time and we're in a sexless marriage, so I wonder if it's her being sexualy spoiled to why she has absolutely no libido.
03/23/2016
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
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Originally posted by witch-drummer
I myself have wondered this. My wife is under a delusion that "if the sex was good then it's satisfying, ergo you shouldn't be wanting more. If your want more, then the sex mustnot be good enough."

I make her cum at least ...
Oh mann. Have her read some of threads on EF. Tons of them and go back many many yrs.

When mine gives me good sex, I want more. And soon ! Like, crave it. Of course there is more to sex than the physical act alone.
03/23/2016
RockDoc RockDoc
I think some of this is a difference between how men and women differ in sexuality. Would love to hear several women chime in with their opinions. From a woman's perspective, does a great orgasm leave you content or make you want more???
03/23/2016
GingerMeggie GingerMeggie
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Originally posted by RockDoc
I am exploring orgasms and how they relate to libido. Can they really affect your desire negatively? Recently, we were talking about orgasms and one person said that if they have a really good orgasm in the morning that they don't want to have ...
I found this interesting. I would say plausible/highly possible in my opinion just because I think it depends on the person specifically and what their sex drives, hormones, recovery and responsiveness are like individually. I am in my late 20's and I want sex/orgasms almost all the time. I don't cum from sex but it is still really fun and enjoyable and I get close a lot. If my S/O were willing, I would want sex off and on all day. I have never told him no. But he is different. He gets tired and cranky. He usually only wants it once a day and once he is done he seems satisfied. Just yesterday I tried to go for round two hours after round one was over and I was seriously rebuked. I had already had two great orgasms in the morning solo and then we had round one and I still wanted more. He had one good time and just did not need another. I don't have lots of experience with this, it just seems that it depends on the person/the couple as individuals. All I know is, usually one good orgasm just makes me want another if I have time for it. I am assuming this is a phase I will grow out of eventually and I plan to enjoy it while it lasts as best I can because orgasms are awesome. HA
Mar 5, 9:44 am
AmethystQueen AmethystQueen
I could understand how a big O can "fill" someone up. Never works like that with me. I always want more whether the first was big or mediocre. I'M HANGRY!
May 31, 1:53 pm
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