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Not necessarily. There are different kinds of sweat, Kevin, some more attractive than others.
Nervous sweat, for one, is not foxy: Cold, clammy palms; a million points of moisture on the nose and upper lip; a dark, crotch-shaped wet spot left on a chair. I’m not saying it’s never happened to me, I’m just saying it isn’t sexy.
There’s also chubby sweat: this is the sweat created by thick, flabby rolls of flesh that flop on top of each other, blocking air circulation and trapping secretions of all kinds. Also not sexy.
If this doesn’t describe you, I wouldn’t worry. If you’ve been together a while, obviously your sweating doesn’t bother her. We’re able to look past things like that, especially if you can’t help it. (By the way, we want you to look past our harmless faults, too.)
Then there’s healthy, normal, athletic sweat, which happens when any fit person starts moving fast and hard. The more in shape you are, the harder you can go, and perspiration is to be expected. This can be hot. Not only is working up a sweat not a turn-off in a bed, it can be a welcome friction-reducer, helping you and your partner to slip and slide between positions.
And if you’re sweating while doing it, she won’t feel self-conscious if she starts to work up a sweat herself. So don’t fret about sweating between the sheets—it just means you’re doing it right.