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Today, I showed my wife an article about how frequent orgasms can prevent prostate cancer, as well as increase both partners' overall health. She replied that she wouldn't judge me if I masturbated, as long as I don't use porn. FML

By marriage/celibacy/synonymity - / Friday 8 March 2013 23:36 / Norway - Espeland
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By  perdix  |  29

Tell her your masturbating won't improve her health, and she might even end up slipping on a puddle of semen and breaking a hip. Ladies love it when you try to charm their pants off with medical research.

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By  LadyGore  |  12

Well isn't that unfortunate, personally I find masterbating to thoughts or people's picture creepy.

By  perdix  |  29

Tell her your masturbating won't improve her health, and she might even end up slipping on a puddle of semen and breaking a hip. Ladies love it when you try to charm their pants off with medical research.

By  otecasacid  |  22

isn't there some legal option if your spouse refuses sex? Was pretty sure you could get your marriage annulled or something, and not have to pay alimony/child support

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  BellaBelle_fml  |  23

Everyone has denied their partner sex at least once or twice during their relationship. Everyone has the right to say no sometimes. So long as they are not refusing sex just to be spiteful or something similarly harsh, and so long as it is not a frequent occurrence, but merely due to being sick, exhausted, or simply not being in the mood, I see no reason for divorce. That seems immature, selfish, and almost as if they didn't genuinely care for their partner and were only using them for their own self gratification, which is disgusting to me when I think about it.

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