I would like to ask about sex in relationship and the frequency. I'm in the 10 year relationship. And we are doing it as rarely as once a half year. So my question is, if that is a sexual mismatch ? Because one of the sides would like to do this more often. Is that in real life normal to do this as rare. I'm asking for this, because i'm wondering if it is a good time for changing partner. Because i,m realy unhappy cause of this. Few years ago it was different than now. We had sex more often. Please send sincere replies. Thanks in advance.View Thread
It all changed during few last years, she started to say that the sex is meaningless for her and she doesn't like it. We had few short talks about that problem, but she always replies about the role of a woman during sex, that she doesn't like to be the passive side of intercourse, that the men's role is better etc. Like she doesn't like to be woman anymore. And now I'm really tired of persuading those things to her. I'm starting to think that my situation is just a normal thing. As i would found myself in this special cycle of relationship beetwen man and woman. And all things come to an end. And Its time to go on.View Thread
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