- Oct 18, 2014
The reason people disagree is that imposing sex on a person who doesn't want it either through pressure or punishment (like the article I posted) seems almost like a human rights violation. Sex should be common, if both people want it. It is a sign of a healthy marriage, if both people want it. But at the same time, I admit a person signs up for regular sex when they enter marriage. But the reality is that people change over time due to a host of reasons (mental, natural causes, etc.), including their desires, and I admit it is unfair to the other person. It really feels unfair to both people, not just the person being denied sex.
Yes, so then you raise other issues in your comment. I underlined them. So then we go back to the OP where single people are told if you want sex, get married. It's not that simple. When you marry, your body is no longer your own, woman or man. Consider very carefully before you marry. It can be a wonderful thing, but it can be difficult with certain issues.
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