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Sunday Confessional: No Sex For Her

We're scouring the juicy (but anonymous!) secrets posted on Truu Confessions and letting you weigh in. This week a confessor admits she's not getting any.

"Sex is not a big issue for my husband, he can take it or leave it. That makes me sad. I want a husband that wants me."

Do you think this is a big deal?

alexask alexask 8 years
maybe when looking at the Big Picture in life it's a whatever, but for the rest of us in the world it's a big fat OMG!
Sherellj Sherellj 8 years
Thats sad, I couldnt do it
b1uebunn b1uebunn 8 years
Both partners should feel wanted and desired. If she's wanting sex like all day every day, she probably should dial it back a bit. But if he's not able to do once or twice a week, something is wrong. I wonder if something else is wrong.
dikke-kus dikke-kus 8 years
Lolita. It was my experience the better the sex, the worse the relationship! Hee hee.
Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 8 years
I hate it when sex is take it or leave it. Usually it's because one of us has had a bad day or something similar. But if everythings been peachy and it just doesn't happen I start to get a little worried. But you must have noticed this before you married him, unless its just a recent thing?
fashionplate525 fashionplate525 8 years
If she is feeling unwanted, then I think it is an OMG! I wonder if he is showing intimacy in other ways?!
bchicgrl bchicgrl 8 years
It's sad an everything but what I want to know is why you married him in the first place, especially if sex is a big deal for you and not him.
Marci Marci 8 years
Wake up call to all the 20-somethings. There is a lot more to a lifetime relationship than sex. Yeah, it's important, but if there are those stages when it isn't #1:? Life goes on. And the relationship grows stronger. It's not all about sex, which is hard to believe when you're in your 20's.
dikke-kus dikke-kus 8 years
I agree with Chrstne. Sometimes after years of marriage sex becomes mundane. Plus some guys are not into it that much. Lets face it, sometimes marriages suffer form long work weeks, and then things get comfortable. Sex is not a priority anymore. There's no pressure to do this or that, or have sex every night. However if the girl feels like something is wrong, or if things go too long without sex there could be a million reasons. Maybe one of them gained fifty pounds and they don't feel sexy anymore. Maybe she's not wearing makeup and heels at 7 at night a home to spice things up. Maybe he's busy working late and he's tired. Maybe they have three kids under age five. Who knows. Hopefully it's nothing major.
betty-kraker betty-kraker 8 years
i agree with chrstne you donnt need sex to fell loved you need love to feel loved sex to feel pleased
Chrstne Chrstne 8 years
Some people are just not overly sexual. My boyfriend and I are just fine with the way things are. We used to have sex every night, but now that our work days are much harder and longer and annoying, we really care more for sleep! Your man can show you that he is attracted to you in other ways. If you're not okay with it, then go get something that you actually want! If sex is the only thing that makes you feel wanted, I would re-evaluate what is important to you.
Gdeeaz Gdeeaz 8 years
i wonder if it has always been that way. if it has always been that way than why did she marry him.
chatondeneige chatondeneige 8 years
This is exactly a flip of last week's kissing issue. I believe we all agreed last week that it wasn't a big deal as long as everyone involved was OK with it - but since they're not both OK with it, it seems like an issue.
Ac2366 Ac2366 8 years
I voted whatever. You most likely knew this before you married him. I understand your hurt, but you can't expect people to change.
mix-tape mix-tape 8 years
I had great sexual chemistry with my last boyfriend. He was always touching me around the house, in the car, etc to the point of annoyance at times, but if there was a day that passed when he wasn't as adamant about being silly and sexual I questioned whether or not he was still attracted to me. I can see how upsetting it would be to not feel wanted. That is what every girl craves!
pattyfuss pattyfuss 8 years
I agree, it is sad. It does run down your self-esteem when you don't feel wanted. I had dated a guy in which we were great friends and did a lot of fun things together, but when it came to intimacy he just shut down. I didn't ask for a lot, but he didn't understand that I just needed to feel wanted and desired now and then.
Jillz1128 Jillz1128 8 years
I think this is a big deal because of the feelings it is causing her to have. Some people might be ok with this, but clearly she isn't. I have a feeling this will be a bigger problem down the road.
michichan michichan 8 years
Yeah, but he can't choose how he feels, only how he acts. As long as he's not leaving you hanging dry, you can't complain.
dianadilettante dianadilettante 8 years
Every woman just wants to feel wanted, and I feel it's a man's job to do that. This is so. Sad.
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