Army magazine Soldier recruits a sex expert to combat troops’ bedroom performance woes

Army magazine Soldier recruits a sex expert to combat troops’ bedroom performance woes

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A MAGAZINE for troops has recruited a sex expert.

It comes amid fears that problems including mental health, separation and too much boozing are hitting performance in the bedroom.

A magazine for troops has recruited a sex expert
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And that frustration can affect efficiency on the front-line.

Ministry of Defence-authorised Soldier magazine called in therapist Jules Prentice to help.

She tells Our Boys and Girls: “Sex isn’t consistent. You won’t be a demigod every time.

“There will be many things that impact on how good things feel for you and your partner.”

She says some “are normal and don’t necessarily cause long-term injury to a relationship, others may need specialist help”.


She lists issues including “premature ejaculation, being unable to keep an erection, orgasm disorders, painful sex, sex or porn addiction”.

And she continues: “Most people will experience issues like these during their adult life, particularly during periods of high stress such as a return from operations. But they could also point to other health issues so consider getting checked out.

“Start by talking to your medical officer or if you would rather go outside of the chain of command a specialist psychosexual therapist or relationship counsellor.”

Ministry of Defence-authorised Soldier magazine called in therapist Jules Prentice to help
Ministry of Defence-authorised Soldier magazine called in therapist Jules Prentice to help


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