I just recently found this website from googling "my boyfriend doesn't want to have sex with me anymore" and I really need some help & advice because I'm really confused and unsure what I can do about it so here's my story...
I'm 17 and have been going out with my 22 yr old boyfriend for about 6 months now. We live together and have a pretty good relationship other than our little sex life. At first he was really attracted to me and always came onto me, wanting to have sex but as the months went by I noticed a dramatic decrease in his sex drive toward me. He rarley ever comes onto me with a true passion to make love. I've asked him about it and at first he said it was mostly because he was so tired after working all day as a roofer which is understandable but he lost his job a few weeks ago and there's been no increase in his sex drive. Now it just feels like he only has sex with me because he feels like he has to. I want him to want to and not feel like he's obligated to. I don't understand why he never wants to. I knew him for awhile before we started dating and he was a pretty sexual guy. He seemed to be a very horny guy but he's never horny now. I feel like he's not sexually attracted to me or something. I don't know what else it could be. He says I'm very attractive and hot but his actions don't back that up. He says there's nothing wrong but I really don't believe that. There has to be something wrong if a 22 yr old guy never wants to have sex with his girlfriend. I just don't understand what the problem is or what's wrong with me. I really enjoy sex and really thrive for passionate love making and he knows that but unfortunately that hasn't changed nothing. And another thing I found out was that he was lookin up porn on the computer. He doesn't look it up a crazy amount or nothing but it was a complete shock to me that he was even intrested in it since we never have sex.
So I hope there's some one out there that can relate to my story and help me out.
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