tbh, yes I could consider a relationship with no sex
but she'd had have a have a very good reason..........., and there must be light at the end of the tunnel
Depends. If it's his choice to refrain from having sex then I can't see the relationship lasting. but if it's physically not possible for him to have sex, then yes I would still stay with him. will just have to go back to my toys l0l
I think it would really be a test of your relationship, which is good, because you're more likely to end up with the right person, and when you've found that person, then maybe you can introduce sex.
Depends on the person and wether I had already developed a romantic attachment to them but most likely not. I can deal with being horny myself but I prefer having a partner. I have needs and they need to be met.
Yes, easily. I prefer companionship and affection to anything sexual.
It's the only type of relationship I'm willing to enter. Culturally I was raised to remain abstinent from sex until marriage, and at this point I wanna reach the age of 30 and become a wizard so it's the ideal type of relationship.
(Original post by Adezo)
If you’re in a current relationship, would you give up on sex for your partner?
Yes, i prefer it as a female and it has Nothing to do with religion but my experiences and observations with men of all ages. too many men are sex focused and cant tell if they are in it for the long haul.
I say wait as long as you can until there is some commitment. It doesnt have to be a ring but gotta know hes not flaky.
I personally prefer quality time, affection, and connection over sexual relationship.
fron psychology today:. "A large number of sexually active single women means that men do not need to marry to enjoy an active sex life. If a man may sleep with various attractive women without any long term commitment, he is less likely to propose marriage to any of them. So romantic relationships are negotiated on the basis of what typical men want which is sex early in a relationship with little in the way of a permanent commitment such as marriage. (Note the irony that with “sexual liberation” women actually lost power in relationships at the same time that they gained power in the economy)."
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