Sexual compatibility is the extent to which a couple perceives they share same sexual beliefs, preferences, desires, and needs with their partner.
The more similarities you have in to your partner, the more sexually compatible you are.
Lack of communication about sexual desires with partners that aren’t open to trying new things could lead to sexual incompatibility.
Sex is a natural phenomenon incidental to romantic relationship. This is why it is very important for couples and lovers to be on the same page as regards what is expected and acceptable when it comes to sex in the relationship.
Steven Stewart, a certified counsellor in Tennessee, USA, says: “finding a sexually compatible partner is in every way as important, if not more important, than the other aspects of a relationship that we concentrate on. People will agonize over finding a partner that shares similar political, religious, and family viewpoints.
“If you absolutely want children and a potential partner absolutely does not, then that is usually a simple and guilt-free deal-breaker for most people. So why [are] so many people reluctant to consider [sexual incompatibility] a deal-breaker as well?”
The truth is, whether or not you agree to it now or later, a disconnect in the sexual vibe of partners will always tell negatively on their relationship.
To have everything else in a relationship and lack sexual satisfaction because your partner could never satisfy you no matter how hard they try, or if they would never even bother to do what it takes to gratify your sexual appetite is a disaster.
Sexual compatibility comes down to shared understandings, needs, and wants around sex
If you and your partner aren’t “perfectly” compatible, it’s something that can be improved through open communication and compromise.
But if you decide that you’re not sexually compatible, that’s OK, too! Not all relationships are meant to stay the same or last forever.