A little bit of back story. I'm 24 and my partner is 40. I'm not being conceited but I am a very attractive girl. I'm slim, blonde, not up myself but very confident. I used to have a VERY adventurous sex life and my partner new this when we got together. We've been dating for 3 years and have lived together for just over a year and a half now. And for maybe the last year of that he just doesn't want to have sex with me. My appearance hasn't changed, if anything I have got better as my diet is better and I now have more money to spend on looking after myself. I try and arouse him, I play with him in bed, he lets me suck him off so I know he is attracted to me but it always end there. I'm always the one who initiates sex and unless I jump on top and literally take what I want then he never even looks at me. He has walked in on me playing with myself and doesn't bat an eyelid. I walk around him touching him and stroking his arm in just tiny little knickers. Still he acts as if it's totally normal and I'm fully clothed. It's ruining me. I've lost so much confidence to the point where I don't like looking at myself in the mirror anymore. All I see are the things he mustn't like about my body and my face otherwise he would want to have sex with me again. I try and convince myself that I'm still strong and confident but every time I try and start sex or if I try to seduce him or even going as far as asking him to have sex with me. He just shoots me down and it kills me inside and makes me feel not good enough. I just don't know what to do or how to approach telling him without hurting his feelings but I can't carry on like this at all but I don't want to leave him. Someone please just give me some advice any advice or anything similar situation wise I can't be the only one who feels this way.
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