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You're exactly right

Communication, talking, is the most important thing in a marital relationship. My wife always likes to talk to me during sex.

In fact, last night she called me up from a Holiday Inn.

And it's very important to be open to each other's ideas and fantasies. My wife told me this morning she's always wanted to do it in the back seat of our car.

And she wants ME to drive.

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Dr. Yvonne K. Fulbright is a certified sexuality educator, sexologist, professor, columnist and author of nine books, including The Better Sex Guide to Extraordinary Lovemaking. more...

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