Hello, I am a 21 year old female and I don't like having sex! I have a boyfriend and we have been together for over a year. A couple years ago I enjoyed sex and then after a year with my boyfriend I feel like sex is a chore. He is always begging me. I fear the worst! I don't know what to do. I am just never turned on by him. When he touches me or tries I get more annoyed! I feel so bad for my boyfriend. He does tell me that I make him feel ugly. I honestly don't know if I am attracted to him. He acts like a child and I feel like I have to take care him. I dont know what my problem is. I am just so unhappy! If anyone can help me. I don't want our relationship to fall apart because in the end I do love him but there is soo much that just turns me away from sex. I don't feel sexy because I am overweight, I am always stressed out, I am always mad at him because he acts like a kid. I don't know what to do. I don't want to leave him but he needs to grow up and I got to figure out to do with our sex life.... I do take care of myself everyday when he is at work but yet I don't like it when he touches me. Help?View Thread
Hi. I am only 21 and yes I am a female... I don't like having sex but I honestly do look at internet "stuff" and I am able to take care of myself that way. I don't know what it is but I need the visual stimulation to where in real life, I don't like the feeling... in fact it mostly hurts. I do have a boyfriend but I just have no interest in sex with him.View Thread
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