Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Removed Post: Never Say No to Sex

A couple days ago I took down the post Never Say No to Sex and replaced it with a short explanation of why.

17 comments:

  1. Naw, Andrew, not even you! I agree that men get a kick out of feeling like they're 'on the hunt' even with a steady girlfriend.. but this smells awfully like self-censorship in fear of the feminist mob. Are you worried they'll try to silence you as they have tried with Roosh in Canada?

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    1. This blog is anonymous, why would I care about that?

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    2. I can see how an article called Never Say No To Sex might cause controversy... and this was the only reason I could think of for such a sudden edit. The reasons you gave are valid too, of course.

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    3. I guess it came off as sudden, but there really is no such thing as a "gradual removal" of a post... But I'd been thinking about taking it down for several months. The tone of that post had been bothering me for a while. I just didn't go through with it until recently.

      I definitely don't care about being censored, though none of my material is really controversial enough to be censored anyway.

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    4. Andrew is no Roosh. Rooh promotes hatred and exploration of women. Andrew does no such thing. Everything is not a feminist conspiracy.

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  2. I have been following you for years, and I've noticed the change in your perspectives. I think you are finally growing up, which is a good thing.

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    1. I noticed that too. Go to bars to meet men, then a few years later bars are a horrible place to meet women! Hm... Anyways, with any advice take it with a grain of salt. In the end everything he writes here is his opinion, and that obviously changes with time.

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    2. He never said he was a proffessional expert in relationships. But you know what? I have heard many so called "experts" and their advice sucks! Andrews advice helped me when I was devastated. A complete stranger was able to help me. I owe most of my self improvement to Andrew. Time and new experiences teach us and evolve us. Andrew is no exception. The fact that he admits having second thoughts, makes him an honest, plain dealing person. I am glad that he exists.

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    3. LOL...Anonymous...this is quite true. Good luck to you Andrew. Your blog is lovely and useful. And you have been very honest with your readers. You have given them excellent advice. I sincerely hope you marry the wife of your dreams.

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  3. Andrew would you be willing to share with us a couple of examples from your experience or friends experience that made you rethink this issue?

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  4. I'm curious why you changed your mind, particularly when it's about a husband. What could a married man do if his wife denies him sex? Jerk off to porn? Hire hookers? Divorce?

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    1. Try to understand why is she refusing,

      - is it because her libido dimish because of stress in live?
      work together to improv your daily basis live

      - is it because her libido dimish because of medication?
      You just have to be patient and wait until the medication end, and everything come back to normal

      - is it because she is having pain in the penetration (many heath reasons can do this)
      She needs to see a doctor ASAP it can be just a lack of normal lubrification, its nothing spetial, but it can also be a sérious condition.

      - or is because sex with you always sucked for her, and now she prefere not to have sex at all than to have bad sex?
      your lucky that she did not divorce to you already


      all this 4 reasons have solution, even the last one

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  5. I found this advice extreme and not applicable to the real life already the first time I read it. I think "Rarely say no to sex" would be better.

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  6. I always thought that was the most horrible post in this blog, it was promoting rape inside marriage, it's an awful thing to promote.

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  7. So why should a man get into a relationship with a woman then?

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  8. Cuz he knows how to love

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  9. Based on my experience sex has always been more painful than enjoyable. It had nothing to do with the person I was with. My doctor has recommended several things in the past but it rarely worked consistently. I do not like saying no but sometimes the discomfort takes away from what sex should be. I think that is why I fantasize so much. I feel like I can't please him all the time.... I know I haven't been able to. He knows about my problem but it is still hard for me to speak about it to him. I feel horrible. I watch sexy videos and try to learn from what I can find online but it hasn't done much to help.

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