@TwoInchesOfShaft His book, Transcending the tribe, describes explicitly what I had arrived to Intuitively,that men basically get their pleasure and sense of meaning separately. As a man, you have to live a "double" life. Unless you are filthy rich , an SMV10, or completely crazy.
@TwoInchesOfShaft it varies. Some weeks, 2-3 times. Sometimes a week is completely missed. I'd say it probably averages out over the course of a year to once per week.
Factors at play: work schedule (long hours + many days), dehydration and/or fatigue (I work a physically demanding job that's usually without air conditioning), her medical issues acting up.
Some additional context/info: we've been married for 17 years. She's older than me. I only found out about the Red Pill because she'd been starving me for a while, but that was due to medical issues on her end. Those issues require lifetime hormonal therapy and frequent re-testing of how the treatments are affecting her.
There are times that I want more. There are times when I don't even want to look at her. There are times that I regret ever getting married.
as long as >2 times per week sex is met (which it always is).
Yeah, so far.
We used to be every night, minus when one of us was sick or if I was too tired from work (I was in the Army back then).
If you intend to commit to her (which I don't recommend committing), I'd advise making it clear that your monogamy is contingent on getting enough sex. Don't count on her appetite remaining the same. Women usually get bored and/or complacent first.Read More
Question for guys on here in marriages or >2 year LTRs: how many times per week do you get it on?
I see myself going from sex being my number 1 priority to wanting to enjoy many other things with her as long as >2 times per week sex is met (which it always is).
I don’t think it’s conducive to convince your girl to have issues with parts of her body she does not naturally have any control over. Girls with issued because of their cup size are girls that need validation and these are girls that guck around for it.
Good advice. The guy seems not aware at all. It’s not enough to start reading RP, you also have to logically think things through. Don’t shoot yourself in the foot, idiot.
@TiberiusBravo87 Have you looked at how it is calculated? Core inflation excludes food and gas and is around 5-6%. Rent is up 25% for example at least as it is calculated. If you factor in food and energy then it’s 8-9%. This means that food and gas are way higher as they raise the average by that much.