I have been with my boyfriend for a total of about five years now. I say total, as we were together for three years, apart for three years and have been back together for two. I would say that the main reason that we broke up the first time for me was that there was literally no sex, ever!
By Petra Boynton. Over the past year my husband and I have had sex once. He is kind and loving and in all other areas of our life we get on well.
So this is kinda weird. Am I not attracted to him? Is he just a friend?
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Thank you for your very honest question. This is, obviously, a sensitive topic. But you might take heart in the fact it is not all that uncommon an issue among couples.
He even loves to spend time with my family. I know he is planning on proposing soon, and for the most part, I am really excited about this. I love him. But we have some really big issues when it comes to our sex life, or lack thereof.
Women love sex. Not only do women love sex, but, in fact, women are far more sexual than men. When it comes down to it, men enjoy the release of orgasm and love sex, and they are biologically wired to seek out sex, but when aroused, women have a much deeper, and more complex sexuality, and a far greater need for sexual exploration.