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My boyfriend has sex more with the computer than me

By March 1, 2010 - 3:33pm
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is it normal for a guy to run to the computer everytime his girlfriend leaves the house to watch porn and masturbate? i beg for sex everyday and never get it..once a month if im lucky and he will only have sex if we do anal, well thats the only way he will get into it and stay hard the whole time. he says masturbating is just so much easier.. but i think its that he's not attracted to me?

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Sadly, porn and masturbation addiction in men is becoming a social problem of the new Millennium. They are beginning to enjoy it more than sex with real women as they feel it is less work and they get all the variety they want without all the effort.
If you want a happy relationship, you need to talk to your partner and let him know that you are not happy. Suggest counselling, if he is this reliant on porn and won't have sex with you. Isn't it interesting that anal sex is now so frequently on the menu. I believe that this is because of what men see in porn movies. Now they EXPECT anal intercourse, threesomes, etc.
You have to ask yourself if you are willing to live this way; if this is enough for you. If not, changes will have to be made. Either he bucks up and has some counselling if he needs it and listens to what you want in the relationship OR you have to consider if you need to leave him and look for someone who is interested in making you happy.
Sorry to be harsh.
By all means, he should be allowed to jerk off to his little heart's content, but he may be doing it sans girlfriend if you decide that this kind of a life isn't for you.
Maybe you can ask him to cut it out for just one week at first. If he has a hard time(no pun intended) doing this, then there is a problem.
Good luck.

March 1, 2010 - 4:15pm
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