By Petra Boynton. Is there anything I can do about it? It is stopping me enjoying sex and I feel like a failure.
If you've ever seen a cheesy college movie from the '80s, you've probably witnessed some version of the universe read: alcohol hindering a drunk frat boy's ability to, ahemperform. What's discussed less, but is certainly not less important in any way, is how alcohol impacts the vagina during sex. So, does drinking impact getting wet during sex for those with vaginas as well?
I can assure you that your lovely lady bits are perfectly fine. In fact, they are doing their job, and doing it well! Picture this: a slip and slide with no water?
Is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening? I have never been able to have an orgasm — and I think that this may be because of my problem. If you're not having orgasms at age 26, you and your partner definitely need a bit of help.
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