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5 Reasons Women Don’t Want Sex

Some of us ladies can give excuse after excuse to get out of having sex. These excuses are genuine, and even though a man might not understand that they’re a problem, they still are. Men need to respect our decision and remember that if they complain and act like desperate idiots when we tell them we are not really in the mood, it will just make things worse and make us want it even less.

The best thing the man can do is to respect our needs and treat us with respect. This will be much more likely to get us in the mood.

So without further adoo, here is out top 5 reasons women don’t want sex

1. Its Too Much Hassle

Grooming, shaving this, self tanning that, washing this, trimming that. Its HASSLE. For a girl to feel great about herself it takes time. And time is not always something we have…

2.Busy Busy

We’re too busy! We have a million and one things to do and I’m afraid sex cannot come at the top of our priority list. Working, looking after kids, cooking, washing, cleaning… everyone knows there’s not enough hours in the day so to fit in half an hour of sex, something’s got to give.

3. Too tired.

When I get into bed its for one reason and one reason only. After getting up at 6am and working all day when my head hits the pillow, I’m out!

4. Period!

Usually ¬†women are on their period about 1 week of the month. So already that’s 25% of the time.

5. Not in the mood.

When you’re busy and you’re tired its extremely difficult to flip a switch and all of a sudden want it. Its hard for women to pretend they want to do something that they’re rather go without. Not everyone’s a great actress and we know if a man knows we’re not into it, he won’t be into it. So why bother?

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By Hannah Jones

Hannah is a Manchester based writer who has spent many years studying and working in the field of journalism and psychology. Hannah enjoys swimming, meditation and dog walking. Her favourite quote is, 'If it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you.'