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【引用】How sex changes everything …  

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本文转载自lassock@yeah《How sex changes everything …》

http://www.theage.com.au/lifestyle/lifematters/blogs/ask-sam/how-sex-changes-everything-/20110223-1b4vs.html

 

"Why do women change after sex?" This was the question posed to me the other day by a man who had been casually dating a woman he was rather fond of. There'd been dinners, drinks, delectable kisses, the occasional sweet text and she hadn't even asked him about his ex. Yes, everything seemed to be smooth sailing. After all, she was everything he liked in a woman: charming, funny, alluring, cool, aloof, sexy. That was until they slept together ...

So what changed? 

It wasn't the fact that he was bad in bed, not well-endowed enough in the nether regions for her liking or that he felt the need to shower straight afterwards. Nor was it the fact she giggled throughout, answered her mobile phone or told him she was falling for him right before he had an orgasm. It was something far worse: immediately afterwards, her personality suddenly morphed from casual and cool to a five-stage clinger.

"I just don't get why women do that," he exclaimed to me, shaking his head in disbelief. "It ruins everything."

She's not alone in her behaviour. Many women find themselves being inflicted with the "I'm-suddenly-in-love-and-clingy" syndrome the moment they have sex with a man.

Sure, most aren't affected by the occasional one-night stand (or more frequent ones, depending on who you talk to), but when a woman starts to get lukewarm feelings for a guy, waits the appropriate amount of time to get to know him and then agrees to sleep with him, suddenly (without her knowing it) her behaviour makes a colossal shift.

But sex isn't the only thing affecting new relationships either. In fact here are other things that can turn your relationship from sexy to stale in less time than it takes to read this article ... 

The first time you say "I love you"

Often fuelled by alcohol, an orgasm or a ticking biological clock, those three little words can do more damage than good. If you find yourself saying it to a stony-faced partner with no reply emanating from his or her mouth mouth, you suddenly morph from romantic and hopeful, to an unrequited lover filled with self-loathing, remorse and embarrassment. "Did I have it all so wrong?" you ask yourself as you start to question the very essence of your relationship. You might compare yourself negatively to their hot ex (surely the two of them exchanged the "L" word?), and you spend way too much time wallowing in self pity, knowing that you put yourself on the line and the other person didn't reciprocate. All is not lost unless they're a commitment-phobe, in which case you might as well have followed it up with ... "And I have an STD."

The first time one of your burps or farts in bed

Ah, the old embarrassing chestnut rears its ugly head when you're in a heightened moment of passion and suddenly the mood isn't so hot any longer. You try to giggle it off; telling the other person it's only natural, that everyone does it and that you must have eaten something a little off the night before. And you're right. But when you're in the throes of a new relationship and that ghastly smell starts to linger around the room causing them to gag with disgust, the only viable solution is to move to another room. And then deny, deny, deny. 

The first fight

You're tired, they're hungry, you're both stressed. A myriad factors can cause the first argument and suddenly all the cutesy things you once loved about them have now morphed into bona fide turn-offs. You start to wonder if, indeed, you made the right decision when the two of you decided to become "exclusive". Of course the best part about the first fight is the rampant make-up sex that is bound to follow. To save yourself from getting into an argument over the same issue again (unless you want to do it deliberately to incite another steamy session of make-up sex), find out why they (or you) picked the fight in the first place. Most of the time (especially if they're male), it's because they were hungry. Then, always keep a bag of nuts or some snacks in your handbag. Problem solved. 

Meeting their friends/family

This can either go terribly wrong, or oh-so-right. If they don't like your parents and fear you're going to turn out just like them, there's not enough convincing you can do to prove them otherwise. If, on the other hand, they love your mum, get along swimmingly with your BFF and at the end of the day have set a golfing date with your dad, rest assured that things are going to start turning a little more serious. That is until your dad starts pressuring them about when they're going to propose ...

Discovering he uses Viagra

It's not you, it's his penis. Don't be alarmed at this discovery or question why he may have lied to you about it. Just be thankful that his intention is to please you in the bedroom. Then count his stash and make sure he's only using it with you ... 

Going away together

Unless you're driving down to the local motel, travelling together can bring about a bout of sticky scenarios that aren't exactly sexy. Gastro, food poisoning, headaches, tiredness, stress, getting lost, mosquito bites, difference of opinion as to which destination to head to next, weird smells, weird moods and being on top of each other 24/7 could be the kiss of death for your relationship. So, remember, if you're in a new relationship, always keep trips short. And take a medicine kit filled with every sort of remedy in the book. And toilet spray. Just in case ... 

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