Are you required to sexually fulfill your partner?

Are you required to sexually fulfill your partner?

If you’re in a relationship or married are you required to fulfill your partner sexually? Whatever needs they have you will do? Whatever needs you have they will do for you? If yes why? If no why not?

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  • Absolutely, but that does not mean that anytime one spouse wants something, it has to be done immediately and regardless of health or feelings. It also does not mean that spouses have to do every little weird thing that the other one wants to try out, every time they want it.

    Just like how our physical need for food is fulfilled by healthy and consistent meals rather than little weird snacks, our need to feel intimate with our partner is fulfilled by healthy and consistent sex.

    • We’ll said. I like that perspective

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  • Sure, why not. When you put each other first it will make your relationship stronger. When your partner feels unfilled or neglected, not just sex wise, it can cause issues and lead to a break up.

    • That is so true

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  • You do what you do... If you're not doing a good enough job they should break up with you before any real commitment is made. If they stick with you, that is an admission that they either think you are doing a good enough job, or they are ignoring their needs to exploit you for some other reason. If they are using you, then it doesn't really matter what they want because the relationship isn't an honest one to begin with.

  • "Required?" That sounds like you are looking for a rule that makes someone do something, with some means of enforcing noncompliance. If you are in a good relationship, your partner should WANT to satisfy you sexually. If you are looking for some way to "force" your partner to have more sex, you have a huge problem.

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  • Just because you are in a relationship, doesn’t mean consent flys out the window.

    • True. But should you still do all you can?

    • @keepitreal007 I think love, consent and comfort should be above sexual fulfill. Sexual fulfill should be comfortable for both parties

    • Very true.

  • Certainly doing my best to fulfill my husbands sexual needs.

    • Awesome! Is he doing the same for you?

    • Ah Yes he sure does!

    • That’s awesome!

  • My doing that would be a full-time job.

    Are you required to sexually fulfill your partner?
  • I was raised hearing that women have a bit of a duty to our partners when it comes to intimacy. So with that, I make sure that my partner never feels unsatisfied

    • Are you happy about that?

  • I feel like I should.

  • Nobody's required to, married or not. Consent is what is required every time. Each person has the right to deny their partner, for whatever reason, whenever they choose.

  • Hmm in a way yes but only cause I want to. My partner doesn't require it from me tho. He's not as sex crazed as most guys seem to be like he's just happy with a few times a week.

    • you let him eat your apple when he's been a good boy 😌

    • @scooogy yep love feeding him my apple 🍎

    • On the receiving end sure makes it easier and nice when your partner wants to do it for you too.

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  • I've always been submissive sexually and it makes him happy, but it sucks that he's not as open minded to try different things.

    • It is hard when you’re both not on the same page. That’s nice of you. My wife and I aren’t on the same page. Rolls are reversed for us. I’m open she’s not.

  • not required...

    I am delighted to

  • If you can't score at least 90% of the time (whatever "score" means to partner,) it's a tough relationship.

  • Required is waay too hard a word for that. You should both try tobe considerate of each others needs in my opinion.

  • I understand this as "bringing your partner to climax". In that sense I see it as a duty for both parties to make the other cum.

  • Yes, definitely.

  • Yes but there are limits. There is a chance you're not into what he's into and the other way around

    • Yes true but should you still fulfill those needs?

    • No it's got to stay fun for the both of us. If you're not comfortable with it, why do it?

  • Technically no, but you're a fool if you don't.

  • Nope.

    • Why not?

  • Not really

    • Not really? Why not?

    • Uhh, I guess it's more of like a "want" than like, you HAVE to make them satisfied I think it's kinda asshole-ish to leave them hanging, though

    • Yes it is haha.

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  • Since so many women have been around the block more than the ice cream truck prior to marriage, good luck satisfying her after all they ways she has already been screwed.

  • well you should at least try to.

  • Yes of course

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