In my poll, people overwhelming thought those behaviors were just as much of a betrayal as infidelity Still, tell people that you sexual needs aren’t being met, and you’ll no likely hear about how you only “need” sex X times a week or month to be “normal,” or that you should focus on the other great qualities your hubby or wife has.
Great, but it’s little consolation for those who are literally starved for sexual contact. From Katrina: To me, it’s not merely the act of sex.
Because Japan has one of the lowest birth rates in the world and its population is on course to shrink dramatically by the middle of the century, every five years the government carries out a detailed survey of attitudes to sex and marriage.
But if a wife refuses sex, is her husband justified in having an affair?
These were some questions raised in a few interesting blog posts, some as responses to reader comments, on Psychology Today.
There’s been a lot of discussion about “sexless” marriages, many focusing on how to define “sexless.
Honestly, I don’t want to have to turn to a so-called “expert” or another couples’ definition of sexless — I want to determine if my relationship is sexless based on whether my sexual needs, and those of my partner, are being met.