Sorry Babe I Have A Headache Does Not Mean No To Sex

“Sorry Babe, I have a headache.” Ever heard this from your partner?

While watching Bewitched, I Dream of Jeanie, Golden Girls, Designing Women and all so many other television shows that my grandmother was into, I often hear women use this “headache” as an excuse.  The real question is, is it an excuse, an alibi, or a real thing?  I’m not a doctor, so I will refer to come articles I found online written by professionals.  My appeal to authority is generic at best, so please take it with a grain of salt and do your own research.

Caller One

“My wife has a headache, so I called you. My wife has been experiencing low estrogen headaches due to early-onset menopause.  These migraines of hers show up just before her cycle and stick around a bit into it.  She simply doesn’t want to be touched.  Previously, I could coerce her into it.  It was fun, like cat and mouse.  I would tell her: “Sorry Babe, you’re going to get it!” She would laugh and wrestle with me.  Eventually, my wife would become aroused, make out, and even dry hump me.  Her head game is always topnotch during her monthly.”

Sorry Babe, I hate to inform you that menopausal headaches are real.  They are serious and are accompanied by vaginal dryness (aka vaginal atrophy), mood swings, tender breasts, night sweats, fatigue, hot flashes, heavy bleeding, irregular cycles, weight gain, UTIs, and more. To learn more about what your spouse might experience during this stage of life check out the blog LetsTalkMenopause, Author at Promensil

Another “Sorry Babe” moment mentioned by Caller One is menstrual sex.  Many find it to be taboo and will ward it off, whereas others like this couple work within their own parameters and sanctions.  Some women use a diaphragm, others like myself need a break until I just cannot take it anymore and pop a menstrual disc in such as Flex.  These are cleaner and less messy options unless the guy is ginormous.  Sorry Babe, but big dicks get no love during this time.

Caller Two

“She said she had a headache.  All I wanted to do was make her smile.  So I tickled her, kissed her, and unleashed the dragon.  After a few minutes, her funky attitude had ceased, and we were making deep passionate love.  I like it when she chokes me.  Pleasing her first is my gift, but tonight it didn’t work.  Did I do something wrong?”

This is exactly why I refer to phone sex as telephonic relief.  I am not a counselor, yet I counsel.  My therapeutic skills and listening skills grow with each caller.  The same way that your knowledge base grows with each experience and lesson learned.  Sorry Babe, I hate to break it to you, but women are finicky creatures.  Our diet, inside and outside stimulators, hormones, stress levels, perfume, allergies, lack of sleep, alcohol consumption, posture… all impact both the type of headache and remedy that will dissolve it.

I love Chanel CoCo Mademoiselle Eau De Parfum.  After about a year of wearing it in rotation, I have come to find that it gives me a headache.  I simply wanted to smell more mature. Viva La Juicy by Juicy Couture does not seem to bother me; more so, annoys me than anything.  Then here comes Marc Jacobs Daisy.  It doesn’t matter which one, I love them all.  They are simply nostalgic.  Sorry, Babe if you missed the hint.  You should bring the nostalgia into the room when she has a headache.  Override her negative thoughts with something full of fond memories and good feelings.  Buy me sunflowers, dahlias, and daisies.  Never buy me roses.  That is so generic.  I’m bound to put on a show and go from a headache to a migraine if I feel that you were being nonsentimental.

Book your telephonic relief session today.  I would be happy to chat with you about neurotransmitters, hormones,   opiates, and various topics that could improve your quality of life.  Let’s have fun with a fetish phone sex session with this naughty gal.

Phone Sex Kingdom Nicole Burke