were often suspects has opened a difficult discussion in the southern state. For other women, pain with sex is more persistent. Last Wednesday the Bavarian interior ministry released statistics that made for sobering reading. "Having sex on the first night is not going to affect anything, you can still marry each other. "I felt like I was a failure or something because everyone was having sex, everyone was having a baby, and it seemed like I was the only one having this issue, so it must just.". Women 'conditioned to be uncomfortable medical reasons aside, Dr Elias says the most common cause of painful sex among the women she sees is a lack of arousal. In the large west German state sexual assaults fell in the first half of 2017 in relation to the last six months of 2016. "I'm happy to talk about what I went through because I don't want that to happen to anyone she says. Physical and psychological factors at play. Basically it's pretty straightforward, she says. "In the US they are good at inventing terms like marriage material or hook ups.
"Painful sex is a legitimate medical problem, like every other kind of pain, and it needs to be treated in the same way." In instances where painful sex has a physical cause, treatment of the underlying medical condition may help to alleviate pain. Furthermore, he points out that the statistics from Bavaria don't necessarily reflect a nationwide phenomenon. "The pelvic floor can automatically contract or tighten. Heidenreich mentions several cases of sexual assault from the previous week in Bavaria, in each of which asylum seekers were suspects.
Blaming a crude understanding of the position of women in society among many young male refugees for the rash of assaults, Heidenreich writes that the rights of women are just as important as those of refugees. They fear that the way they dress is sending the wrong signal. SEE also: 10 things to know about refugees and asylum in Germany. Over a million refugees have arrived in Germany since 2015, with two thirds of asylum seekers being male. It's sort of a protective mechanism she says. In Rosenheim a jogger was reportedly raped by an asylum seeker. For the first seven years of her marriage, Ing couldn't have sex. Pointing out that new laws were introduced after mass sexual assaults in Cologne at the beginning of 2016, which created a wider definition of a sex crime, Drobinski argues that more crimes were reported because more forms of harassment had become crimes. For many women, this pain is transient. Vaginismus can occur whether you have had sex or not. Writing in the Süddeutsche Zeitung on Wednesday, journalist Ulrike Heidenreich said that women who welcomed refugees into Germany in 2015 now have a very different attitude.