Yes, the plural for vagina is vaginae. Look it up if you don't believe me. Alright then.
Sometimes life throws you a curve ball. Just when you think everything is going right and life couldn't get any better, you realize there's something missing. That something is sex. It's not that you can't have it if you want to. No, it's there for the taking. Your vagina just doesn't care. You find yourself thinking, "Well I'm happy from the waist up and from the thigh down. I just feel like my vagina has lost its ability to care anymore." That my friends, is VD (ok I need to work on the acronym a bit, sure).
VD is most often experienced by women over the age of 30 who are in long term relationships. Often sufferers don't even realize that they have VD until their partner points it out. Fortunately there is a cure. Let him throw one in you. Yes, you read that correctly. You enjoy sex. He enjoys sex. You might be tired. You might have a lot on your mind. Once you really open up to the idea it's much easier. You might even find yourself enjoying it! Try putting on some sexy panties. Try touching your man's genitals throughout the evening without having sex. By the time you're ready to get down to business he will be raring to go. Let's face it... at this point he's probably been raring to go for awhile now! You might be surprised at how exciting you find him when he's totally into you.
If you are a partner of someone affected by VD, you can help. Often little things like flowers, chocolates, diamonds, massages, and other little trinkets of affection can help the sufferer to feel like there is hope. Don't give up. You will have sex again.
** I personally have never had VD though I know women who have. I find that the most beautiful thing you can share with your partner is intimacy. You won't always like the same television shows, books, hobbies, or foods, but there is simple beauty in making someone feel amazing. Who doesn't feel amazing after an orgasm?