Is a man always able to have sex if his partner is willing pregnancy?

Is a man always able to have sex if his partner is willing pregnancy?

This is one of the big myths surrounding sex and it is never more apparent than when a woman decides she needs to have sex because it is her fertile time. Sometimes she is so desperate that she does not expect (or even want) any preamble or mood-setting to get herself and her man aroused. And in any event, she believes that most men are only too eager to have sex if given half a chance, so why bother with the preliminaries pregnancy? All she is thinking about is the possibility of getting pregnant and any notions of romance have gone out the window.

Yet, for a surprising number of men, being told to perform there and then, as if they are a walking sperm machine, is a complete turn-off and can easily lead to a man being unable to get an erection. Several men have revealed to me that their female partners had sent them texts or emails at work telling them to come home urgently (even making them cancel any plans they might have had) because they have noticed signs of ovulation. Not surprisingly, this resulted in anger and resentment on the part of the man, frustration on the part of the woman, an argument and no sex, sometimes because the man was simply unable to perform to order.

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