Guest Post by Liz Wilcox. Some people say RVing with kids is absolutely crazy. This post contains affiliate links and we receive a small commision from purchases made via links.
However, sexuality is complex. Beyond genitals and Kama Sutra-like positions, it considers sexual and gender identity; sensuality; sexual response; intimacy; and positive and negative ways we use our sexuality. We also experience changes in work, social and family roles and responsibilities over time.
We had no idea what to expect and we were extremely nervous about being in front of a camera knowing that thousands of people were eventually going to watch us! The long days consisted of a lot of standing around sometimes outside in the 40 degree cold! It was also extremely interesting to see how the show is filmed out of order in segments.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Originally Posted by clawsondude. I'm curious about the experience of other parents in regards to being intimate when travelling in an RV with children. We do not own an RV yet but are looking to buy one in the next couple of years.
What sort of impact will living a nomadic life have on your current relationships? Or on your prospects for finding one? The issues range from a fears around traveling solo, to the complications that come from having an existing partner who is not interested in or able to set out for a life on the road.
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What could be more befitting than the subject of the above title? Some may be surprised to know that when I decided to become an RV-living gypsy, I gave very little thought about having a love life. I guess it was for a good reason.
Women are more likely than men to be affected by age-related sex issues — challenges like hot flashes, night sweats, and vaginal dryness. Now, a new study by the North American Menopause Society reveals a major reason for women having less sex as they age: the lack of a partner, most often because of widowhood. In fact, just