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Is There REALLY Such A Thing As Bad Sex?

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Does it really exist?

When we talk about sex, people have different opinions about what makes it good or bad. But is there such a thing as bad sex?

Sex is something very personal, and it can feel different for everyone.

Like Thailand. Like Hawaiian pizza. Someone loves it, someone hates it.

So one person might love a certain experience while another might not enjoy it at all. For some people, sex without penetration is not sex at all, and for others, it’s the best kind of sex. Some will admire a loud and eccentric partner, others will drink chamomile tea after sex with such a partner.

So when we talk about "bad sex," it really depends on what each person expects and feels.

“Bad” sex is one where tastes and preferences do not match. and that's okay!

If you feel comfortable sharing your thoughts, desires, and boundaries, it can help make the experience better. When you feel okay talking about what you think, what you want, and what you feel is okay or not okay, it can make sex more enjoyable for you.

  • Sharing your needs and desires for physical affection, whether it's cuddling, holding hands, or other forms of intimacy, can strengthen your bond with your partner.
  • Talking about what makes you feel comfortable or uncomfortable during intimacy can help create a more relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere.

Lack of communication can sometimes lead to disappointing encounters, which might be called "bad sex."

Sometimes, the way sex is portrayed in movies, TV shows, and other media can create unrealistic ideas about what sex should be like.

  • For example, in many romantic comedies, sex scenes are often idealized, featuring perfectly choreographed and seemingly effortless encounters. This can create unrealistic expectations about the spontaneity and satisfaction of real-life sexual experiences. 

This can make people feel let down when their real-life experiences don't match up.

Sex isn't just about physical pleasure; it's also about feeling close to your partner and having trust and respect for each other. Without these things, a sexual encounter might not feel good for one or both people involved.

In the end, whether sex is considered bad or good can depend on many things, and it's different for each person. Instead of calling it "bad sex," it's more helpful to focus on talking openly, understanding each other, and seeing that everyone's different.

  • For instance, expressing preferences for different techniques, communication styles, or changes in routine can contribute to a more enjoyable sexual dynamic.

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To sum up, what makes sex satisfying varies from person to person.

By being open and respectful with each other, you can get a more fulfilling and enjoyable sex life.


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About the author

Charlie Baker
  Sex therapist specialized in mental health with an additional education
in sexuality and sex-related topics

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