Do boys NEED sexual stuff in a relationship

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Is it required they get provided with anything sexual
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No.
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"required to provide"? ugh, no
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erm no, my guy interest only wants hugs so
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No. A perfect relationship can be built without it
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"required to provide"? ugh, no
So guys can go without sex in a relationship??
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No, sex is just an arguable bonus not a necessity. Although some peeps might want children, but even then you can do IVF or artificial insemination so it's not needed at all.
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So guys can go without sex in a relationship??
some can.
most probably can't tbh. but it depends on their age and preferences etc
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So guys can go without sex in a relationship??
not teenagers
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If there's no sex, it's a good platonic friendship. Which is fine.

If there's sex, it's a romantic relationship, sexual relationship, boyfriend - girlfriend, marriage, whatever label you want to put on it.

There is a special bond between 2 people that are having sex with each other. Especially if it's compatible sex to a competent level.

Good platonic friendships are great. But there's no way on Earth that I would ever let a good platonic friendship tie me down from having sex with someone else.
Most, possibly all of the adults that I know feel the same way about this.

IE no sex = we're just friends.
Sex = you are my girlfriend or boyfriend. That 1 extra special person in my life right now.

And when you think about it, it's totally unreasonable for 1 adult to say to another "You're not having sex with me. And I don't want you to have sex with anyone else. And if you do, our friendship is over."
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If there's no sex, it's a good platonic friendship. Which is fine.

If there's sex, it's a romantic relationship, sexual relationship, boyfriend - girlfriend, marriage, whatever label you want to put on it.

There is a special bond between 2 people that are having sex with each other. Especially if it's compatible sex to a competent level.

Good platonic friendships are great. But there's no way on Earth that I would ever let a good platonic friendship tie me down from having sex with someone else.
Most, possibly all of the adults that I know feel the same way about this.

IE no sex = we're just friends.
Sex = you are my girlfriend or boyfriend. That 1 extra special person in my life right now.

And when you think about it, it's totally unreasonable for 1 adult to say to another "You're not having sex with me. And I don't want you to have sex with anyone else. And if you do, our friendship is over."
actually, it's perfectly reasonable in certain situations. and i mean in relationships. no need to call them friendships. e.g. if one partner experiences trauma. or if they're going through a rough time in general for whatever reason. so it's not always that simple.
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Why is this a question based on males and not just people?

People require sex, that's one of many reasons people get into relationships, if you aren't ready for it that's fine.
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Most probably would want to i assume, but you can have a relationship without. asexual people exist
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depends how old u are
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I mean no it’s not “required” but I guess if you’re at the right age it’s just a natural part of developing intimacy. Then again it’s not the single most important thing in a relationship. Trust, communication and loyalty are all pretty important, sex isn’t much good without those...🙃
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(Original post by Ciel.)
actually, it's perfectly reasonable in certain situations. and i mean in relationships. no need to call them friendships. e.g. if one partner experiences trauma. or if they're going through a rough time in general for whatever reason. so it's not always that simple.
A temporary hiatus is one thing.

Not having sex - ever - with a particular person is an entirely different kettle of fish altogether.
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Why would a person not want sex in their relationship? It’s an integral part of being romantically attracted to someone.

Anything else is friendship or a life partnership void of vital physical intimacy.
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no
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No. A perfect relationship can be built without it
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