Have you broken up with someone, the moment you found out there were sexual compatibility issues?
No hard feelings.
You just believe that in order for things to truly work out long term, you both have to have about the same desires.
- yes62% (5)14% (1)40% (6)Vote
- no38% (3)86% (6)60% (9)Vote
I find it interesting that more of the girls said "Yes" than the guys.
Most Helpful Girl
no. this question assumes your desires will be fixed all your life, and i do not believe in that. i don't get turned on by the same things i did when i was 15, 18, or even 23. time passed, i changed and so did my preferences.
there's this belief that as a couple, you grow. you learn more about each other, likes, dislikes, make compromises, and stay together. if we can make compromises in how we love, why can't we do that about sex? or does it literally overarch every thing in the relationship?
women who claim that sexually compatibility is the end all struggle with sexual insecurities so much that it becomes a pivotal focus in their life. and if i were a man, i'd avoid batshiz crazy.0