By Sexless from Texas - United States - San Antonio
  Today, I learned that, when you ask your girlfriend "Do you think we're having sex too often?" she might interpret it as, "I don't think we should have sex ever again," and entirely stop talking to you. FML
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  Selene1090  |  26

If I were in her shoes, I'd be embarrassed and/or offended. I've had my boyfriend say similar things and it really stung. I, of course, retaliated out of hurt, but later realized he hadn't meant to hurt my feelings. The subject of sex tends to be sensitive.

  Broadway_Vayne  |  32

Why not ask what he meant? If my SO said something like that to me I know I'd ask what she meant and if she wanted to slow down. Not assume she's being offensive and not say anything, which would spiral it out of control.

  ChristianH39  |  30

If it's to the point where it's no longer interesting then it is time to say something. OP probably could've brought it up more gently, but it is possible to have too much of a good thing.

  ChopSuey444  |  20

Also if it's becoming the only thing they do together as a couple, that could be a big problem. I'd start to wonder if my partner just lusts for me rather than loves me if sex is all we ever do.

By  LetMeSleepPlease  |  23

I don't know, I've asked my partner if I'm too needy with him since if I had my way we'd have sex at least three times a day. So I can understand where the question arises from, and I'm not sure why she over-reacted. That sucks OP.