Hmm, ultimately though, it really is one or the other - in the very practical sense, is it not?(Original post by Tombola)
Isn't it a little unfair to be making it out to be one or another. Obviously the OP wants sex with his girlfriend specfically rather than sex with a random person.
She sees having no sex as an expression of love.
He sese having sex as an expression of love.
I get you - and I get the OP - given the fact that the social norm and expectation is that sex is an important part of a relationship (generally perceived that way anyway), while I might disagree, I get that it's still important to people nonetheless. It's why I say that it is unfair on the OP - if he had entered into the relationship knowing these conditions, then he shouldn't complain. Right now he's ended up in a situation he had no idea would come up, so I get why he'd wanna call it quits, and I don't even think him a jerk for it. But ultimately it does boil down to - just how much do you love her?
And actually passed?