Can you date Someone who isn’t sexually Compatible with you?

Like say you’re a very sexual person but they aren’t. Would you see yourself long term with knowing you’re never going to get the right amount of sex you fantasize about or you stay because you truly do love the person? What ever your answer is pleaseeee explain why?
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Most Helpful Guys

  • it won't work like a guy asking twice a week and she says wait i am not in the mood maybe twice a month. they need to find people that match or as Raymond's ma said, drink a tall glass of wine to get in the mood. j. k.

    • So it wouldn’t work out with you?

  • No that's what I call a friend.

    • Could you be explain more on this

    • If we're not sexually compatible how are you different than a close friend? Why would I have you as anything more? All the traits I look for in my friends (honor, duty, loyalty, etc) I look for in my significant other. I'm just sleeping with my S. O. to the exclusion of all others. If we're not sexually compatible you can go back to being a friend.

Most Helpful Girl

  • Nope, that would never work in the long term.

    • Say they get mad at you for choosing sex over all you guys had, would that affect your current decision?

    • Well, that would be my choice and my choice alone.

    • So you’d leave because at the end of the day it’s honestly just you and your mental health that matters

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What Girls & Guys Said

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  • Could yes, why you would baffles me however!

    • So you can sacrifice that? Forever?

  • I can date an asexual woman but only as long as she put out, or I am not going to date her.

    • What does put out mean in this context?

    • Put Out means the She Put Out Sex, Would Not Be With Woman That Don't Do That.

  • No, absolutely not.

    • Say they get mad at you for choosing sex over all you guys had, would that affect your current decision?

    • It's entirely my prerogative what I choose and want in life.

  • One could, but I wouldn't recommend it.

    • Why not?

    • Why sign up for frustration? Unless you aren't planning to be monogamous and the other person had no objection.

  • All u can do is talk it out see if its somthing that could chamge for the better and if not ending things

    • Say they get mad at you for choosing sex over all you guys had, would that affect your current decision?

    • No because them getting mad wouldn't chamge the fact that their is a massive issue that clearly can't be fixed so one of us would be unhappy in aspect of out lives together

  • It's difficult. I probably wouldn't

  • You have to learn to adjust and adapt

    • Can you honestly say that it can lead to marriage because that would require that you do it for a long time (technically forever) knowing fully well you will not get what you want

    • You’ll have sex, but how often can you handle not having sex?

    • And you don’t want to cheat

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  • never

    • Why not?

  • You can do whatever to me just pay me