What is going through a guy's head when he's thinking of marriage? Especially a man with an appetite for sexual variety (as in, likes and fantasises about different kinds of women). Why would you give that up?
- Does it have to do with a fear of ageing and feeling less attractive? Locking someone in as a safety net?
- Does the urge for variety go away when you fall in love?
I'd love some honest answers, please.
My 32 y/o boyfriend has recently started talking about marriage. We haven't been together long, but he's already talking about long-term plans, marriage and a family, etc.
I'm not suspicious, but I find it strange. He says he's never been like this before (forward thinking). He's also an extremely sexual man. While we experiment together a lot, he also has an endless list of fantasies (that don't involve me, and would be beyond what I think I am willing to do). And to be honest, I don't even think I'm his type, physically (he loves curves and I am quite petite with small breasts).
While it's a lovely gesture, it doesn't make sense to me. Why would a guy like this want to marry? Or are all men like this, but decide the trade off is greater?
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Because he loves you and wants to spend his life with you. Fantasies don't have to jive with reality.3