Dorothy. Age: 21.
Let me make something clear up front. You might be tempted to think that there would never be a time when you, as a man, would turn down the sexual advances of your wife. Or, if for some reason you did, your rejection would be as rare as the appearance of an albino zebra. I understand that feeling.
Esperanza. Age: 31.
6 Reasons Men Should Watch Where They Look
Just the thought of having sex makes your head hurt, and maybe your heart as well. Many women in difficult marriages lack a desire for sexual intimacy with their mates. When a wife receives her husband during intercourse, she is, in a sense, allowing herself to be invaded by him —not just physically, but on emotional and spiritual levels, as well. Wives who feel loved and secure can welcome this invasion as an opportunity to experience intense intimacy and pleasure with their husbands.
Aimee. Age: 24.
I don’t want to be stuck in my sexless marriage and am tempted to have an affair
For most people in relationships, a commitment means no playing around, ever. That doesn't mean there aren't plenty of love rats out there. About one in five adults in monogamous relationships, or 22 percent, have cheated on their current partner.
Researchers, divorce attorneys, and stand-up comedians agree: Guys have a harder time resisting sexual temptation. But why, exactly, do they engage in such behavior—which is often self-destructive, and almost always hurtful to those they love? New research published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin provides a possible answer.