I realize this post was made a long time ago, and I'm not really into necroing old posts, but I couldn't help but want to reply.
You've received some extremely horrible advice from a very immature woman - tmlmtlrl. Do not listen to this pathetically small-minded simpleton. If you already broke up with your boyfriend, then whatever....
Listen, you can't go through life expecting people to have the same sex drive as you, and then basing if you want to be with someone or not on that single aspect. Do you realize how selfish you look, pretty much forcing your boyfriend to have sex with you?
Do you have any idea at all how badly people treat men who have the same problem as you? If a man were in your shoes, and he wanted sex as much as you do, and his partner didn't, and then he pretty much had to "force" his partner to have sex with him, you can damn well be sure that she would either call rape, or other people would call him a rapist if they found out.
Women these days (especially American women) are entitle-ists, you think you're entitled to every little thing in life, just because you're a female. It's disgusting to see how shallow and pedantic most of you are.
If you doubt what I'm saying, look at what's being said by the women here. We have you, who is complaining that her boyfriend doesn't like having sex as much as she does, so you've forced him to have sex with you a few times, and we have women like tmlmtlrl, who are telling you to leave him, based solely on that one aspect. It doesn't matter to her how much he loves you, or how much time that he has invested with you, or what emotions he has invested with you - all that matters to her is making sure you get all the sex you want.
Let me clue you in, relationships are not about sex, and if you go through life thinking like you currently do, or taking idiotic advice from morons like tmlmtrl, then you're going to live a miserable life.
Have you ever heard of masturbation? If your boyfriend/girlfriend isn't horny when you are, or just out-right isn't in the mood for sex, then you need to go pleasure yourself.
Grow up and stop expecting everyone to bend their knee and bow their head to you.View Thread
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