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Why doesn't he want it too?

By Anonymous February 28, 2017 - 10:56pm
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I've been with my boyfriend now for just over a year, the moment we met we hit it off and everything seemed great. After only a few months together I could already tell I had a much higher sex drive than him, but sex isn't everything so I just "sucked it up" and would get lucky when I did. Now, we moved in together (quickly but circmstances felt right), and it just seems to have gotten worse. He'll tease me ONCE in a while with lightly touching my inner thigh or touching my nipples. I'll dress up in a matching set with an almost see through bra and he'll see it, and then just fall straight asleep. He used to seem at least like he had a smaller sex drive but was attracted to me. Now its almost as if we're just roommates sleeping in the same bed.

It'll get me sexually frustrated which leads to me feeling guilty and bad for wanting it in the first place... but I find almost every night I'm attempting, failing, and then having to go to another room and find a way to relax since all he'll do is go right to bed as if there was no initiation in the first place.

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My boyfriends sex drive is crazy he can go again and again all day everyday, where I physically can't nearly everyday I will not have sex with him, it's not that I'm not attracted to him because I am. I think that once you have settled with somebody sex becomes less of a big deal people don't tend to want it all the time because their is nothing new.

The best solution to problems are to figure out how to solve them such as, trying things you no turn him on like unexpected oral sex surprise him.

I hope that I could help.
Good luck.

July 17, 2017 - 5:29pm
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