Is "wanting to be GGG" the only reason they're agreeing to these fantasies? It doesn't sound like any of them particularly WANT to be a part of the action, they're just agreeing to make the male partner happy, and because they want to seem cool and fun and agreeable, and they also probably want to keep the guy from straying and seeking fulfillment elsewhere. Which I guess is fine, but I'm not getting the sense that the dudes in these relationships are doing anything similar for their ladies—they're not going outside their comfort zones to accommodate their female partners desires.
Sounds innocent enough, right? Well, keep reading, because this acronym doesn't exactly apply to just anything! GGG is a collection of words that describes an ideal sexual partner.
GGG: Good, giving, and game. More specifically that you strive to be good in bedgiving of equal time and pleasure to your partner, and game for anything within reason. That means being up for trying things you may feel neutral about if your partner's into it.
If you listen to podcasts about sex, or do searches about sex, or use dating apps, it's likely that you've come across the acronym "GGG" before. We talk about what it means, both the abbreviation and in practice. Shout out to Dan Savage and his work in sexual relationships on creating the term!
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Subscribe To Our Newsletter! GGG is a term coined by sex columnist Dan Savage to represent the qualities that he thinks make a good sexual partner. In a sample of long-term couples together for 11 years on averagewe found people who were higher in sexual communal strength also reported higher levels of daily sexual desire and were more likely to maintain their desire over time.
My LGBT friends and I disagree about what we girls who sleep with girls exclusively should call ourselves. Everyone else prefers "lesbian" and bitches at me for hating that word. Can't I call myself gay?
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Long embraced by his readers, the GGG approach now has support from a new scientific study published in the Journal of Sex Research. In examining sexual transformations, the researchers recruited 96 couples all male-female and asked them questions about changes they had made for their partner in terms of how often they have sex, the kinds of sexual activities they engage in, communicating about sex and intimacy. They also asked participants how they felt about these changes and how often they engaged in affectionate behaviors with each other, such as hugging, cuddling and kissing.