In the article '11 intimate pointers for couples having less/no sex', it was explained that most successful relationships are as a result of strong intimate bond between couples - physically and emotionally, and sex takes a little percentage of that.
Lying to get sex shouldn't be considered as rape...here's why
A marriage can survive even when couples aren't having sex but are deeply connected with each other
Which means a marriage can survive even when couples aren't having sex but are deeply connected with each other.
The question "Should lying to get sex be considered as rape?" was posed to readers and from the results, it was agreed that it shouldn't be considered as rape.
The results of the poll revealed that 32.8% of Pulse readers voted that sex gotten by lying should be considered as rape, while 52.5% gave a big no to the question. About 6.6% couldn't decide while 8.3% of Pulse readers said they were indifferent.
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