I feel for you, any excuse in the book it sounds like. Mine is the same way, he puts off anything to do with the subject. I am a fine young 51 y/o woman with a healthy sex drive married to a man who just couldn't give a darn, it's very sad, disappointing and hurtful.View Thread
My husband and I have only been together 2 and a half years. When we first met he was very interested in me, he was very passionate and had erections a lot. We had spontaneous sex and his hard on would last the whole session. Ever since he moved in with me and subsequently married it has been a no go and he says he has ED and viagra does not work. He is not passionate about me, shows no interest ie: no spontaneous intimacy, no intimacy whatsoever. I am feeling very alone with this whole thing, even though he is going to now go see a urologist for the problem. I must say in the interim I have found him on dating/sex sites, he denies this and says that was before he met me but some of them have the just joined date (after we were married).....any advice please?View Thread
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