If you couldn't have sex with your spouse, would you allow them to get it from outside the marriage?
If you had a medical condition that prevented you from having sexual relations with your spouse/partner, would you give them permission to go outside the marriage/LTR for sex?
Your question assumes my spouse would have a desire to satisfy her sexual desires with another. While sex within marriage is a wonderful experience it is not necessary to a person's good health. This, despite the constant bombardment from our oversexed society. I would never have to consider granting my wife such permission, because it would never occur to her to desire it, let alone ask me for permission.
No, when we marry we vow to stay with our spouse through better or worse, till death etc. Life is never easy and it could well happen, and out of love for our spouse we would have to endure.
If this were true of my husband, I wouldn't want anyone else. For me sexual relations is about far more than physical sensation--it is a bond between us. I don't want anyone else to mess with that.
I don't believe that would happen within my marriage, however I do believe that it is up to the couple that is making that decision. Every marriage has it's own strengths and weaknesses and both partners know what those boundaries are. If there is enough trust and love between you and you considered all the consequences and this is something that you both agree to, then it is nobody's business. This is a decision that has to be agreed upon by the both of you. I guess some things to consider would be your ages. If a very young couple is not having sex due to one of them becoming disabled or having a medical condition, that could be extremely hard for the partner that does not have a medical problem. Again it is up to the couple but I can see where age would be a factor. The alternative could be a long life alone if your spouse went looking for it behind your back. It is a tough decision but one that only the couple involved can make.
nope ... marriage is a lot more than just sex, but if it does become a barrier i would rather end the marriage so both people are free to do as they please. having sexual relations elsewhere for either the male or female for whatever reason is not a healthy choice for a long lasting relationship.
It depends on the situation and i just pray it never happen to me, friends or close relations.
For me, i will let the person make the decision either to stay with and we find a remedy or let the person go.
I wouldn't allow my predicament to affect his or her happiness.
But, is marriage not for better and for worst?
First and for most i will leave my spouse and then she is independent and willing to do whatever she wants to. Because as a gentleman i am concerned with self respect, my status and also i don't want, she got involved in such dishonored task. If she is not happy with me better she or me leave each other so that she may live her life and me up with my life.
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