Does anyone here feel that their needs sexually are being ignored? Someone wrote a post in Marriage without Sex that caught my eye. I really feel that my needs and wants are not being met. My husband is deffinately more into the getting freaky instead of the making love. I am cool with that...you have to mix it up sometimes BUT I still crave intimacy. I have told him a hundred times I don't feel like we make love and I want that. No it doesn't always have to be candles and bubble baths (occasionally that is nice though) but I do want something more than just a screw. It just can make me feel like such a whore sometimes...like I am the mistress. My husband and I both have extremely healthy sex drives but the sex is always the same (well different but the same kind of "just screwing mood"). Everytime I bring this up to him it turns into him getting offended because he considers everytime were having sex it is "intimate" and he considers it "making love". Do men and women have that different of a perception of what intimacy is? Is it just me and how do i introduce more of what I want sexually into our marriage? I am almost a little scared to try and change things sexually because I almost feel If I give him everything he wants...he wont feel the need to start frolicking with other women again.
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