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E ver been rudely awoken by an expectant boyfriendkeen to get in his morning jollies before heading to the office? Ever told him to sod off, turned over and gone back to Drats
In short, the horny hormones are weaker at night. Then he goes to sleep, his body repairs itself and the next morning he wakes up raring to go.
But there are also plenty of non chemical factors at play. But none of this is brand new.
Despite my reticence about getting it on before 9am, I still think that the answer is no. I arrive at work glowing, smug and intensely proud of. W hen I very occasionally hit the gym before work I feel sanctimonious all day.
It makes the morning fully and properly. Occasionally you have to dip a toe in the water and explore some foreplay before you write the idea off entirely. I expect my partner to make more of an effort with foreplay to bring me to the same level of desire as him, which really works for us.
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