My ex husband nerver wanted to make love to me or hell for that madder even just fuck me. I have been with my current guy about 6 months and now I dont think he wants to either. When we first started dating it was great he even then though made me feel like I was a nifo though. So I try not to ask so much the last thing I want is to feel like I am begging but I do feel that way. But latley it has been fewer and fewer and when he says he is just to tired I feel very rejected fat ugly and wortless. So when we do make love have sex whatever I never know if he realy wants to. He will just say ok lets do it and I dont want to feel like I am forcing him into it or like he is doing me some big favor and on the rare occasion he starts it I think most of the time its because he turrned me down the night before and feels like he has to. When we first started if he dident bring me to the point of climax he would feel bad like he wanted to make sure I was pleasured. That made me feel wonderfull just to know he wanted to please me now like I said it just feels to me like just giving it up at all is doing me some huge favor. I love him I am just wondering do all men just stop wanting it from there girl after they have been together for a bit or is it just something about me that turns them off?
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