IS it a bad sign when your boyfriend doesn't want to have sex with you?

My boyfriend & I have not had sex in 2 weeks and I try so hard to get him to & he just doesn't want to.He watches TV and tries to act like I'm not even there.I have talked to him about it & he just says I don't want that to be the only thing we do.Well I agree but I would still like to do it sometimes.I am very upset about this I feel like he is over me and/or not turned on by me anymore He hangs out with friends a lot and I was wondering if maybe he is sleeping with someone else.We have only been dating for 5 monthsand he told me when we first got togetehr that he needs sex a lot.Why is he being like this?
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Most Helpful Girls

  • It can be a bad sign sometimes, I have been there, well I'm actually there, my boyfriend doesn't want to have sex as much as before but is not because he's not attracted to me or he's not turned on by me, he also says sex is not the only thing and I agree, I know he loves me, but he has calmed down a bit since we first started, it comes a time when you kind of settle a bit and it's not as passionate and emotional as in the beginning but I think it's still beautiful, in a relationship you go through phases, maybe this is just a new phase for the two of you, I think youhave just be patient, I've gone for more than two weeks without sex, is not such a big deal, I know it's hard, I've had arguments over this with my boyfriend but at the end of the day I know he cares about me and he loves me :) but if he doesn't make you happy or you feel he's not giving you what you need then break up with him, there's more guys out there, good luck with all this, I wish you the best :)

  • Something is definitely off. Maybe time to have a real talk with him about it and tell him that things aren't adding up. He can't be a guy that "needs sex a lot" and then won't have sex with you for 2 weeks. Plus, you have needs too. Spell it all out for him and say that you need answers as it's beginning to interfere with your relationship and you suspect something is up. Maybe once he sees you are serious he will listen and give you some answers. He could be very stressed, but a man refusing sex for that long is typically a big warning sign if he wanted sex often before. Sex is usually the last thing to go.

  • My advise is to Relax and be patient Sex isn't everything and not because he doesn't want to have sex it means that he stop loving you or liking you, Trust me he would of broken up with you. Women have the tendency to feel wanted and love only when the sex happens you should change that, and realize that you Boyfriend loves you and he just wants to enjoy you more apart from Sex

Most Helpful Guys

  • Once my partner rebuffed me (when I wanted sex), told me not to "bother her" and "go find someone else". I did just that, and strangely enough she didn't even notice that I didn't go back for sex for the next three months...

    It also has to do with the age of the relationships... after 7 years or 14 you can expect one or the other partner to quite go off sex...

  • There are so many reasons this could be happening I can't even begin to start listing them all.

    The best thing to do is to be open and honest about your concerns.

    Don't drop hints, and don't use innuendo, those things just confuse us guys because we don't have even 1/2 the empathy that you do.

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  • Over time it is a bad sign. (Month). As my "ex" didn't want to have sex with me. Ever. The relationship ended after four months.