What would you do?
You have been in a relationship for two years, and don't want to break up. But your partner doesn't want to ever have sex. What do you do?
What would you do?
What Girls Said 8
How is it that I only find out my partner doesn't want to have sex EVER after two years in the relationship? And they're perfectly healthy physically in every other regard?
If I really don't want to break up, I would have to question my own sanity, personal need of feeling attractive/ desired and goals in life. I kinda dislike that sort of platonic relationships...0
i would not be able to be in a relationship like that because having sex with your boyfriend/girlfriend brings a whole different level of closeness that sets you both apart from just bring friends.
I would wait and not rush into it... we could take our time. but to never ever have it... no I couldn't do that.0
That person is asexual. I would find it hard to maintain a romantic relationship with someone like that, really we would just be friends0
You're a couple but you don't have a sexual relationship. . . so you're pretty much best friends. I would have to leave, not that I would have stayed that long to begin with. Sexual intimacy is very important to me and if he didn't want to have a sexual relationship with me then we aren't meant to be together.0
What Guys Said 5
Even the best of relationships usually go this way at about 4 years, but there are some exceptions. First 3 years or so will be wall-to-wall sex, then the women turn it off.
For your own sanity, do like the good shepherd and get the flock out of there.
It's bad enough when women become dysfunctional at 4 years, and you have to trade them in. There's no fixing them. If you want a sex life, you'll have to leave or it will never happen. You might have a friendship, but it's no relationship.
If you stay, it will slowly destroy you.1
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