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Cory Silverberg

When Moving Is Bad for Sex

By January 18, 2012

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It may be hard to imagine sex without moving, but sometimes it's the moving that makes it hard to imagine ever having sex.

This week instead of answering one sex question in particular I took inspiration from about a half dozen questions I've received over the past year all about whether or not it's "normal" for your sex life to slow down after you move in with a partner.

Of course "normal" is code, and in this case I think it's code for a few things: predictable, okay, understandable, something to worry about.

I tried to write a response using as little code as possible, and to offer some post-moving sex tips for those who are unhappy with the situation, whether it's okay or not.

Read more: Sex After You Move In Together

Related: Sex Tips for the Rest of Us

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