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Relationships change over the years. If you're one of the many couples who find themselves having a lot less sex than they did when they started dating, you're not alone. Sometimes, though, a couple's sex life gradually decreases until it becomes nonexistent. And unless both people are happy with that, it's inevitably going to lead to problems. Couples may stop having sex for a variety of reasons, and the reasons can sometimes be uncomfortable to talk about with your partner. The quotes below are from Reddit users sharing why they and their partner no longer have sex, or have way less sex than they used to.
All of their stories illuminate the importance of open communication between partners. I know that if I get up to do the dishes now that I won't have that thought anymore and I'll be able to relax and play my game. Sex is the dishes in this analogy. I said I was feeling ill.
Really, I am so uninterested at this point I don't ever want to have sex with her again. But throughout the years you've forgotten that having sex is an all day affair. Not in the literal sense, but in the sense that in order for both partners to feel the connection and desire there must be more attention paid to the relationship. You have no idea how much I want you to desire me all day long and show me. We are at the point where we kiss twice a day once before we leave for work and once before bed. You don't hug me or touch me. You don't tell me I look beautiful or pretty.
We tried implementing a 'kiss as soon as we both get home' thing but it lasted a week and then was never repeated. Those little touches and gestures would add up so quickly and they'd cost us nothing. I know you're not one for physical displays of affection, you won't even hold my hand in public, but I need the small physical things to want the bigger physical things.
We were very active in that sense. About eight months ago, my boyfriend and I decided oral birth control was a good idea and I have been taking it ever since. I did notice a change in my libido and our sex life slowed. I will admit that it's strange and slightly off-putting from my POV. It's nothing that I can do to him or him do to me — it's the type of girls he likes which means I would have to absolutely alter my appearance in order to please him. She said she was happy with our couple of times a week I keep count and we average once every 27 days …!! I told her we haven't had sex twice in the one week in years, of course she goes into LL low libido mode the second she knows I've been counting and turns it against me as if I'm a freak for doing so.
When we were dating he was so encouraging about being confident with my sexuality. He wanted me to feel comfortable to ask him when I wanted to try new things I had never even been in to a sex shop until after we got together But he opened my eyes to how beautiful the sexual experience can be Now [that we're married] he's taken it away and I'm at such a loss.
He says he loves it but I find it disgusting. I actively avoid looking in mirrors anywhere but at my face and I don't like to be naked even when I'm alone, let alone when he can see. I am currently trying to exercise and eat better to make this problem better. It can be a bit confusing at times but there is so much more to a relationship than sex.
I couldn't imagine losing such an amazing package of a girl just because we don't have sex. She really does want to have more sex and more frequently, regularly. Sometimes she talks about it daily for a week straight. But I'm almost never into it. I make a lot of excuses and distract her with other things like chores we have to do, or TV shows that I know she likes. He's content to act like sex doesn't exist.
I've forgotten what it is like to see him actually turned out. It has been years since he has looked at me with any kind of desire. Whenever I wanted a small part of her attention she attacked me and said that I don't want to spend time with kids. World globe An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options.
Get the Insider App. A leading-edge research firm focused on digital transformation. Stephanie Ashe. It started to feel like a chore. The romance had evaporated. Intimacy stopped existing outside the bedroom. Birth control had negative side effects. They didn't share the same kinks. One person wanted sex more than the other. Marriage changed things. Insecurity made sex scary. Part of the couple is asexual. Libidos changed as you get older.
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