No. I thrash around a lot. It makes for poor sleep for both of us, so we sleep apart for mutual benefit.
My dog sleeps with me unless I flop around too much. She will get down until I'm calm again, then hops back up.
I imagine in some cultures it is common to sleep in separate beds, even separate rooms. After all, it is but a wee walk to the next bed!
I read one time that in the old days, (1700's?) that if company was coming over, it wasn't considered odd to have two people of the same sex share the same bed. Back then, times were tough and having the warmth of a fellow human could have meant a much more comfortable, warmer night's sleep. I don't know if that is true, but nowadays, we do have seem to attach some type of sexual stigma to acts that really have no sexual component to it.
Sleeping in the same bed or sleeping apart should not have a perfunctory stigma of any kind attached. One's sleeping arrangements -in and of itself- should not determine a healthy, long-term relationship.