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Group Therapy: My Boyfriend Says I'm Too Fat For Sex

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My boyfriend and I have been together for almost 2 years.  I was overweight when we got together and have since lost 20+ pounds.  We had wonderful sex at first which tapered off then finally stopped altogether.  We have been going to the gym regularly and I have changed my diet to exclude processed food and eat as healthily as possible.  Last month he told me I was too fat to be sexually attractive to him.  I was stunned and completely at a loss for words.

When I finally got my thoughts and temper under control, I tried talking to him, telling him that it was very hurtful and mean to say that to me.  He said he wasn't sorry and that's what the TV show "Biggest Loser" has taught him to do.  He still maintains he is perfectly right for saying that to me.  I am doing my best to become financially stable enough to tell him to leave and have also told him I will never have sex again with him again.

When we are home together, he follows me everywhere, goes everywhere I do and it drives me crazy.   When he's at work he calls me three times during each break to talk with me, but there is never anything really to talk about.

Because of what he said, he has become sexually unattractive to me.  Was he justified in what he said, like he tells me he is?

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