If “therapeutic sex” or “almighty orgasm” were guaranteed to eliminate any physical discomfort, preparation for procedures like gastroscopy or filler replacement would play in completely different colors. “Which is better for you, a gum injection or a vibrator under the sheet?” the nurse would ask. And why, one wonders, was this covid vaccine of hers needed if sex would be enough to maintain immunity? Again, the “sex for health” theory doesn’t work, but what is it.
But let’s be serious. We often associate sex with social success and bring many expectations to bed: acceptance of a significant other, increased self-esteem and self-actualization “I’m successful, I’m in demand, I’m desirable.” Here, I have / will have sex, it means that everything is fine in life.
However, being sexually active is not the same as being consistently satisfied with what’s going on. Well, if you know how to have fun in any environment, then this is a rare skill. But for the fact that you check the box “I had sex today” in your diary, you will not receive any special bonuses, let alone recovery. The only real joy is sex where each party gets all the sex they need; he gets it when he wants it (voluntarily, without persuasion or coercion!), and in the format he wants at the time. Just rubbing your genitals is a simple matter. But what is important is not the fact of sexual intercourse, but how it was for you.
I don’t like the expression “sex for health” because it provides a breeding ground for manipulation. It is most commonly used by people who want to have sex with you when you don’t. Look, you’re not just rejecting me, you’re missing out on such an important opportunity for you to “better”! Not true, you are not missing anything. If we talk about a potential orgasm, it can be achieved without resorting to sex – no one has canceled masturbation.