Things I Learned on My Honeymoon – sex isn’t like the movies

The week Allie and I spent in Florida on our honeymoon taught me a myriad of things. Things I would and could never know had I not married her.

This is my first blog post about my sex life, so if this is Too Much Information….sorry.

The first and most obvious thing I learned was that sex is nothing like anything Holleywood pumps out. I don’t care if you’re watching chick flicks, 300, or pornography, but sex with your wife is nothing like that. The people in movies and television are paid to make what they’re doing look sexy and enjoyable.

Holleywood tries to convince you that you can just grab any random attractive person and have sex and it will be awesome. Basically, the more attractive the person is, the better the sex will be.

Very false.

Throughout our week of honeymoon, the quality of sex was directly related to the quality of time we spent together. Better relationship translated into better sex. I don’t know if 100 percent of guys would agree with this, but I do know that I was told this be a large percentage of guys before my wedding. They told me that it gets better over time and is directly perportional to how well you care for your relationship.


2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Mark Matlock on July 8, 2009 at 1:11 pm

    Very True. I didn’t think it could get much better after our first year of marriage but after 16 years of marriage I am happy to say I was wrong. The greater the intimacy, the better the sex.


  2. Ha! I’m cracking up at this. Hollywood is very misleading… not what you expect at all.


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