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By Adam - / Saturday 7 January 2017 13:13 /
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How's that double-standard working out for you? You do realize how often women face the same issue, right? It's not fair for either partner to be left out, and often women get the short end of that particular stick. So it's not as though OP is in a one-sided situation. And as another commenter has stated, nobody has to service anybody else. Strong relationships often involve that, yes, but it's not a requirement, nor should it be treated like one. In short, please take your narrow-minded bs

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Men don't 'need' to be serviced; sex is a want, not a necessity, and nobody, married or not, is obligated to service you. It doesn't mean they don't care; just that they aren't interested. No reason why a man can't service himself.

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Men don't 'need' to be serviced; sex is a want, not a necessity, and nobody, married or not, is obligated to service you. It doesn't mean they don't care; just that they aren't interested. No reason why a man can't service himself.

By  9a_z1

If either of you only try to initiate sex when you've gone to bed for the night and are already tired, maybe a long weekend or holiday together would help with more opportunities to snuggle up. And if it doesn't help maybe it would be a good time to discuss your problems without her using tiredness as an excuse, maybe there's something stressing her out and she needs time to talk it through with you.

By  species4872

 At least she didn't use a funny voice.

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