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After a heated argument where feelings are hurt, is it your right to say no to sex when married?


After a heated argument with your partner, do they expect sex even though you obviously don't? Is it necessary to do what your partner wants or what you want? There has to be give and take in a relationship but I believe that your body is your temple, you can use it as you wish. How does this work in your personal relationships? I don't need details, just opinions please:)

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    Sherrie Westerfield, Cpht (artist101) 3 years ago

    Great answer!! It should be that persons right, no matter the issue, be it money, sex, or what ever issue is that arises. Being married is compromise, give, and take on both sides. I think they call that Equality, Right?

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    Sherrie Westerfield, Cpht (artist101) 3 years ago

    We as women, are not able to separate feelings from sex, if her feelings are stomped on, with no resolution, then it is not possible for her to perform. It just isn't possible for a woman, not an excuse, a reality. Our emotional wellbeing is involved

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