3 weeks ago I finally accepted that Asexuality was real and that my husband wasn't lying when he told me he was ACE/Bi. After 14 years of being ridiculed so that he could get out of it with me, I finally assumed he was gay and divorced him sexually for the last 15 months. Well when I finally realized that this asexual thing was real we got back together and had relations 2 times now. But to tell you the truth, I really am not too excited about it. I mean I am happy that he is happy that we are b
You're eliding two separate things, and yes, you are avoiding my substantive point. Sex itself isn't about 'getting their way', but control of what happens in a relationship is about who gets their way. In a good relationship, both get their way because they both want the same thing, or near enough, most of the time.
It takes two people to want sex for it to happen (short of rape, clearly). Both have to want it. The one who doesn't want it, doesn't have it, regardless of the one who