Even if you were like me and had decent sex ed, it's not like they go into the details about how sex works. You're not getting an instruction manual, you're getting an aerial view.
But we really shouldn't worry because how often you have sex depends on you and your relationship.
Whether you like to be in control or take more of a backseat, these positions have you covered. You can mix them up however you please.
When it comes to how much sex you "should" be having, it really comes down to what you want and need as a couple — especially when it comes to a long-term relationship.
Part of the problem comes from mismatched sex drives, when one of you wants more than the other.
I've always thought that sexual compatibility was just as important as skills in the bedroom.
Some say it's how much sex you're having, whereas some may say quality is more important than quantity.
Just because you’re feeling sleepy, doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the fun if you don't want to.
Either you get to know each other so well it becomes almost familial and there is no sexual tension whatsoever — or the warmth of your friendship can breed something that feels a lot like sexual chemistry.
There's also activities that involve physical touch, like holding hands, massages, and even being relaxed enough to throw your legs on top of your partner's while you're watching a movie.