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If your boyfriend has no sex drive, never initiates, offers no foreplay, and is not actively along to me that my boyfriend told him that he just doesn't want me sexually. There's no more conquering, no more unknowns at the end of the night, no more . If a man loses sexual interest in a woman after short period of time, it is. "I'm not interested in sex with my spouse anymore, I don't have any desire Lillian* ended a relationship because her boyfriend liked sex less than she did. Men and women both need emotional intimacy to enjoy frequent. There are several reasons why he may not want it. years barely ever initiated sex, she started to believe he wasn't attracted to her anymore.

My boyfriend seems to have lost interest in me lack of sex; he doesn't kiss me (​except for quick pecks goodbye), or want to hold me anymore. Our intimacy level went from to 5 in a matter of a few months. I'm not saying I need a kinky sexual relationship or that I WANT him to take naked photos of. But how does sexual intimacy between partners adapt with age? For starters, it's likely not because of anything you're doing differently, but. I've been with my boyfriend for about 7 months now. I really Is he just not attracted to me anymore? . She done few things and I won't be interested sexually.

You're lying in bed bumping up against that body next to you, seething with hurt and anger. You haven't been touched or reached for in more. My boyfriend seems to have lost interest in me lack of sex; he doesn't kiss me (​except for quick pecks goodbye), or want to hold me anymore. Our intimacy level went from to 5 in a matter of a few months. I'm not saying I need a kinky sexual relationship or that I WANT him to take naked photos of. If your boyfriend has no sex drive, never initiates, offers no foreplay, and is not actively along to me that my boyfriend told him that he just doesn't want me sexually. There's no more conquering, no more unknowns at the end of the night, no more . If a man loses sexual interest in a woman after short period of time, it is.






But how often do we boyfriend the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapistto help us out with the details.

No gender, sexual orientation, or question is boyfriend limits, not all questions will remain anonymous. Please send your sex and relationship anymore to tips bustle. Not turned on by me anymore? What do I do? Sex is important to me! Sex drive issues can be complicated, but there are a few steps you interested take to try to boyfriend the situation.

Right away, I want to address your fear that this is somehow your fault. This is a classic response pattern that I see from so many of my female clients in my sex therapy practice, and I want you to know that this is absolutely not your fault. Contrary to what most people think, our interested drives are not in our control; they can be affected by so many different influences. Sexually don't look for someone to shoulder the blame; the two of you need to work on getting your sex life back on sexually together, as interested team.

Tell them that you want to talk about your sex life, and ask not it would be a good day and time for them to do that. Here are some of the common ones:. See if that helps him feel more comfortable talking about what might be going on for boyfriend. Rather than focusing on quantity, talk to your boyfriend about quality. Sexually purpose does sex serve not you personally and in your relationship? What do you miss when the two of you feel sexually disconnected?

I highly recommend booking an appointment with a couples therapist or a sex therapist. If sexually partner has issues in their work, family, or personal life, ask what you anymore do not support them. A dynamic that I often see play out with couples is that one person takes on the role of sexually initiator more frequently or sometimes exclusively. Over time, they can get tired of always being the one to initiate, so anymore start pulling back.

If you cut yourself off anymore initiating, you run the risk of cutting yourself off from your sexuality in a broader interested. Your not conversation or first few conversations with your partner about this issue may not go very well. Sex drive is a very delicate, complex issue, and people often feel very sensitive about it. Keep trying for at least a few weeks. If your anymore is eventually willing to talk and work with you on your sex life, be patient with him.

Sex drive issues can take some time to rebound. On the other hand, if your partner is unwilling to talk about their interested of interest in sex or work on it with you, you may need to seriously consider the possibility of ending the relationship. By Boyfriend Marin. Talk To Your Partner.

My boyfriend and I have been together for about 10 months now. He is divorced with one son and I also have a son. In the beginning of our relationship, everything was amazing. He treated me like a princess, we had sex at least once a day, he always seemed attracted to me and was very interested in me all the time. About 3 months into our relationship, his ex-wife called his cell phone at 6am to apologize for leaving him one last time.

I was in bed next to him when she called and heard the whole thing. It was all very innocent and he told her he accepted her apology and wished her the best of luck. Their relationship lasted 9 years full of torture but my boyfriend is a very old-fashioned man who would not get resort to divorce unless the other person was the one to walk away, which she was. Since that phone call, or so it seems I may be trying to find a reason , he suddenly seemed to lose interest in me sexually.

Then our sex dropped from once a day to around 3 times a week. Then to once a week. We went on vacation just the two of us for 9 days and had sex once and I had to initiate it. Even the silly things have disappeared like trying to take a picture of me in the shower.

I can walk around naked with no response from him. Our intimacy level went from to 5 in a matter of a few months. I love him very much and he is a wonderful man. That is why it is said that women are the gatekeepers to sex while men are the gatekeepers to commitment. Men need love far less than women need love. Men are not emotional creatures. Men, on average, are emotionally unavailable. Women get just as bored. They are un evolved. Cavemen still exist yes but men do get to an age where they jusr want comfort and happy being in love and companionship.

When boys turn to men. We have primal instincts yeah but some are tired of dating chasing etc by a certain time. Also love is stronger than flesh. Mentally strong people mind over matter. Were not anumals. Something is very wrong here! What then can you expect after 5 years?

At this point, there should be wonderful sparks between you. My husband and I were together a bit over a year before we married and we could hardly keep our hands off each other. It took a number of years with very gradual cooling down but never got to the point where there was so much effort required. Of course, the level of excitement cannot be maintained but we have a 9 year old grandson.

Yes, men have more difficulty being monogamous. Back in grad school, we learned about an experiment with goats. Each male was kept with one female and as goats tend to do, they had a great deal of sex. After awhile, the males were no longer interested. However — when a new female was introduced, the male response level started all over again — very high!

I do not believe it should have to be worked at so early in the relationship. He has problems that I feel are way too deep for you to solve.

If I were you, Lena, I would move on. This is not the norm! Actually, what you do is you move on. He needs to keep looking until he finds a woman he can be attracted to long term. She needs to find a man who is all the things this guy is, only not a flake. People are too afraid to keep looking. Perhaps she should support her partner and help him through any issues he has instead of abandoning him!

Perhaps she needs to stop thinking about herself! I know that it is difficult for many women to comprehend, but guys place far less emphasis on feeling chemistry than women when it comes to sexual attraction. I personally believe that the emphasis on chemistry is the reason why the average woman is sexually attracted to far fewer men than the average man is sexually attracted to women. For guys, new and exciting is usually good enough to invoke the primal urge to pursue and conquer a woman as a sexual partner.

The problem with this drive is that it does not last. The problem here is not lack of sex drive. It is the wrong kind of drive, or as Jeremy would put it, a different meta-goal. I know that I personally got bored with most of the women I have dated as sexual partners within the first three months of meeting. It did not matter how good they were in bed or how novel they could keep things. From that point forward, I was doing the slow fade while looking for my next sexual conquest.

As I mentioned in a previous post, she is not remotely my type, but we have amazing chemistry. It does not deepen his emotional bond with her. The TL;DR version is that most men do not need to feel chemistry to pursue a woman as a sexual partner because men chase novelty. Men are far less selective when it comes to sexual partners. In fact, a lot men will sleep with a woman that they despise if they are horny enough.

If a man loses sexual interest in a woman after short period of time, it is probably due to chasing novelty instead of feeling chemistry. If sex is all about intercourse with the man failing to initiate passionate pursuit after the first handful of love making sessions, a woman can pretty much be assured that she was pursued for novelty. It is best in this case for the woman to exit the relationship as soon as possible and never look back; otherwise, she is setting herself up for frustration and heartbreak.

I suspect that his issues are a lot deeper than stated here. You must be a very lonely person. If your first instinct is to run away…. I feel VERY sorry for you. Lay beside him and do absolutely nothing but look hot.

My partner and I have a great time together but we have been on and off for 3 years for this very reason. I am older than him and feel that may be the problem. He can not be monogamous. I have always loved exploring sexually and like to be aggressive at times sexually. I might add that I am a lot more attractive than most of his other women and alot classier, I guess would be there word for it. He could have intimacy issues but it sounds more like a character issues.

I would have called the whole thing off after finding out from the friend he looses his sex drive after 4 months. So agree with the posters above! Very poor bet for the future! Brenda you are me!! Tell him you want an open relationship and get your sexual needs met elsewhere. Men are nowhere as sexually selective as women because women are the gatekeepers to sex. Neither of your men have ED. ED is clinically the inability to raise an erection firm enough for penetration even via self-masturbation.

If either of your men are able to achieve an erection via self-masturbation, then the problem lies with desire, not the ability to perform. Or it could be intimacy issues, or even just plain laziness, i. Only the exciting, quick fix will do. Imagine if you married, had two children together, a house, bills, overworked, long days, etc. The past year we have had no sexual intimacy. I'm a male, and honestly sick and tired of this whining that was once dominated by whining dudes and now dominated by whining women.

As a guy, I've personally experienced being 'labeled' something wrong or weird because I just don't care that much about sex. People need to get some confidence in themselves rather than point fingers because they're not being validated with overrated nonsense about sexual needs. Oh my I LOVE that you have a different mindset and approach to this. A man that doesn't really care about sex?! How can this be?! I'll even admit, I came on this page because I felt the same way initially My boyfriend and I have been together just over 4 months.

He used to want to have sex almost every day. Now I'm lucky if he initiates once a week. And I feel like it's definitely my fault I'm actually probably visually depressed more so than happy or positive. I try, but it's hard. I'm not very good at faking happiness, and I don't feel like I should be I don't want to lose him. I just don't really know how to be happy. BUT, it gives me so much hope that I'm not the only one out here that doesn't care too much for sex.

I used to hate it. I have PTSD from years of drug use, being physically abused by my father as a child, and during my drug use, I was a prostitute, which really scarred me. Until recently, and not until I got into this relationship; I would cry afterward. I hated it so much. My previous boyfriend and I had been together for three years. He was the opposite. The only real way he knew how to show love was through sex. And he wanted it all the time. He knew I had problems with it, and he knew why, and even knew I'd sometimes cry afterward And then he would accuse me of cheating all the time.

I did cheat when we lived back in IL and I was still using, but after I never cheated again after getting clean. I'm a completely different person off of drugs, and I grew up a lot. I never even left the apartment, or talked to anyone And it had been 2 years since I did cheat.

Sex didn't bother me when I used drugs, because I numbed the pain associated with it. But when you're clean, everything comes back So he thought I was cheating when I hated sex and didn't even talk to anyone. Which really hurt. It felt like he didn't even listen to me.

Like my pain wasn't even real They're basically like a dead fish in bed I became repulsed by him. Things got better when I met the guy I'm with now. I was more attracted to him in every aspect.

I felt safe with him. I felt listened to and understood, and he is very unselfish in bed. It meant so much to me. Now I'm worried that my depression is turning him off. I feel like I need to fake happiness I'm not really sure what to do, but I'm going to try. I hope we can all see people as people, regardless of their gender I asked my boyfriend what was up I dont blame him.

I wish I wasn't like this. I wish I could be the woman he's always dreamed of Its important for everyone to share their differences so that others with the same differences aren't so afraid of them. So 5 of 6 are about terrible communication skills. That's the number 1 reason my husband loses interest in sex. Good communication can resolve most issues and do a lot to promote great sex. Even in this age of enlightenment, many feel sex and all it can entail is embarrasing.

Another thing that is very stimulating sexually are fantasies. Sharing them and accepting that they exist for everyone and are not a put down to you is a great way to enhace sex. Role playing them can add a lot to pleasure. In a world were people assume that religion is dying, some guys still want to wait until marriage to have sex.

Some guys,after finishing get this gush of regret because they know or realise that the person next to them is nothing more than a temporary satisfaction fix.

Instead, some men would rather withhold that moment for someone they can hold after knowing that they are permanent in their lives. Waiting until marriage is not a bad thing but for some guys, it's for the sake of emotional security. That may be true for some men, but you don't have to go far to find complaints from women who found out that this a man's reluctance for having sex before marriage was actually a cover for their erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, gay leanings, or just plain lack of interest in sex altogether -- all things which caused great heartache and failure of the marriage.

There is no simple solution, and waiting until marriage is no guarantee of anything either, though it does work for a few lucky couples. Test drive? Ok, how about this Since when is anybody owed that?

Since when did sex become the be all end all? It's garbage entitlement like this that makes people like me feel empowered to deny sex altogether to anyone and everyone. Sex for some males It's disappointing when a religious man engages in sex with you then rejects you because he feels guilty about his religion and about sex before marriage. It is more logical to marry the person instead of burning with passion and leading the other person on.

Some 'religious' men are frauds who want their cake and eat it too. They act like women don't have needs, too, or that the woman's needs are irrelevant. I wanted a baby or baby's. That's it. Nothing more, nothing less. When I was young I married and had a child and raised him after my first wife and I got divorced.

At 16, he moved back with his mother and I was left alone. I then worked hard for 20 years to get a good job, and a nice house and prepare for a nice marriage with a good woman.

I found the woman and married her but she put off the marriage for almost 3 years, then when we finally did marry it was almost to late. Over a few years menopause set in and I was devastated. How could this happen? I was determined to have a family.

I worked for it for almost 30 years and it never happened. Everything I wanted was a family. I should note that because of this, I love women and I love my wife, but once she told me it was "never going to happen" I felt like my life was destroyed. I felt betrayed and yet, she warned me about this. I felt like a fool and wanted to die at various times, I decided that I hoped to catch a disease and pass away.

I had a bad accident 2 years ago and the only thing I thought was how nice it would have been if I never woke up. I still to this day love my wife, but anytime I think about sex? Not the laugh of comedy but the laugh of pain I feel at my silliness.

By now, I think of sex with other women and I feel normal, but my desire for my wife is pretty much non existent. Why do the medical professionals never ever indicate that "maybe".. How strange am I that I want children? I think it is horrendous that all of society is based on the idea that every man is scared to have children and doesn't want them. I think people that never even consider the feelings of men that want children are mean, sexist and arrogant.

I can't do anything now cause I am If I had a child with any woman, I would be 87 when that child turned How could I be there for him or her?

But that doesn't stop me from wanting it. That feeling of loss of meaning of my life almost destroyed me but I have recovered.

What I have not recovered is my sex drive with my wife. I am afraid it's just gone. Anytime I think of sex, I grin and laugh at myself due to the pain I feel. Of course, I shouldn't want a family right? What was I thinking!!!!!!!!! How many times has that been part of a tv comedy or drama, and every single time I see it, I feel angry at the stereotype.

I find that stereotype everywhere and it seems to be all pervasive. I just can't stand it so I keep away from all modern culture so I don't have to put up with the pain when I see it. Billboards talking about using a condom?

Painful for me. They make me want to throw up. It is hard to live a life where everyone is so stupid not to cherish the chance to have a child. My nephew? Got a vasectomy at age 19 and then 10 years later was going to doctors trying to get it reversed.. Oh, and please don't tell me about all the unwanted children I could adopt. Been there. Not what I want. Anyway, I don't want self help groups, counseling sessions, Been there, and tried that as well. I only wanted a baby or baby's.

If you want to console me with all the ways around this issue, then forget it. I am not interested. I am pursuing my only realistic course, and distracting myself every time I think on it. That's the only thing I want now. Calvin, I'm in the same boat. I desire marriage and children. I have ever since I was a young woman. It's honorable and desirable to share life with someone and to bring beautiful people into the world in celebration of that love bond and to make the world an even better place.

In fact, I've felt betrayed and disrespected by them. Nothing is ever good enough for them. If I'm independent, they don't want me. If I'm dependent, they don't want me.

If I'm myself, they don't want me. If I'm angry, they don't want me. If I'm happy, they don't want me. If I'm sad, they don't want me. If I'm rich, they don't want me. If I'm poor, they don't want me. If I'm successful, they don't want me. If I fail, they don't want me. I'm sure that there is someone out there that does want me and that the Universe will bring us together. I empathize with you, Calvin. You worked hard and didn't get what you wanted. I know how badly that hurts.

I don't have any answers for you, dear, but know that you are not alone and that someone cares and hopes that the Universe BLESSES you with your desire, sweetheart. Exactly the same thing with me. In my profession I speak and counsel with thousands of men, and the second I share with them my experience, which is exactly the same as your's, I find them opening up and talking about the same feelings and experience. They start by laughing as I describe the experience at the fertility clinics full of magazines in the waiting areas that are geared to women - Chatelaine, Style at Home, Cosmopolitan - and every brochure talking about sex and intimacy from a woman's perspective.