Men sometimes believe they own a woman’s body just because they are married to them.
"I rather die than have sex with my husband", an unidentified woman wrote a letter to iDateDaily.com seeking help for other victims like herself who’ve been under sex slavery in their marriages just because of the word 'wife'. She admitted her husband (now ex) was a sex addict and he "believed he owned my body". Because of the constant sex exploits, the lady forgot all about love, intimacy and relationship but knew only SEX.
Here is her letter – courtesy of iDateDaily.com & The (Ree)lationship Guide
“My ex-husband truly believed he owned my body and that I was in the wrong if I ever denied him access,” the unidentified writer wrote.
”When I wouldn’t give in to his advances because I was friggin’ tired from taking care of little kids, or not feeling well, or just because I didn’t feel like it right then, he would coldly turn his back on me and heave deep sighs of put-upon-ness, and I would cry myself to sleep because I just wanted to feel loved without having to have sεx,” the unidentified woman wrote.
She goes on to explain how she ignored signs of his over-abundant sex drive.
“One of the red flags I had ignored earlier on in our relationship was his comment that there was no point in touching if it wasn’t going to lead to sεx.”
According to Florida State University social psychologist Roy Baumeister, men love sex more than women: ”Men want sεx more often than women at the start of a relationship, in the middle of it, and after many years of it.”
It’s alleged that not all men appreciate romance, cuddling, holding and whispering "sweet nothings" in a woman’s ear. But If you were to be ‘this woman’, what would you do to that husband?
Does a man’s desire for sex several times a day make him an “addict?” Is it wrong for a woman to expect cuddling without sex afterwards?