Girls, Do you feel bad when you reject your boyfriend when he wants sex?

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bad but not guilty
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  • Not if it's rarely like I really don't feel like it that day but will get back to it on another day.

    But I did have a boyfriend where all my libido disappeared and we barely had sex for half a year and it was horrible. And I got worse because I could feel the pressure from him - even though he didn't pressure, he handled it so well. But of course, he really wanted to have sex and I could feel that.
    But there was something that just made me lose it. I'm not sure if it was some stress, depression-ish but it was totally gone and I started to slide away from him.
    It felt horrible.

    • what do you think about the fact that 50% of respondents (at the time i am writing this answer) would not feel bad or guilty. They wouldn't feel anything turning him down? What does this make you think about these women?

    • Well, depends on the situation. Maybe they don't feel guilty because they have sex enough, to begin with. They have their own reasons and nobody should be forced to have sex if they're not in the mood.

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  • No because I rarely turn him down. He gets it whenever he wants it 90% of the time. I take care of him. The only times I say no is when I’m sick or having a migraine and occasionally in the morning he will want sex when I have to get to work and we just don’t have time. In those cases, I expect him to be understanding.

    • during the times where you take care him, are they even when you aren't in the mood? In other words, unless you are sick or have a migraine or there are time constraints you will do it even if you are not physically aroused? Also, what if you were stressed out about something (not including him) just stressed

    • Also, what do you think about the fact that 50% of respondents (at the time i am writing this answer) would not feel bad or guilty. They wouldn't feel anything turning him down? What does this make you think about these women?

    • Yes, there are times I’m not in the mood and I’m doing it for him. His sex drive is higher than mine but I don’t really mind. He helps me out on a daily basis with errands and household chores. He fixes my car. He surprises me with date nights out to places he’s heard me mention. He listens to me vent about my crappy job and generally supports me in anything I do. So when he wants sex (and other things too) from me, I’m glad to give it. Relationships are reciprocal. I can’t really speak to how other people feel, only myself.

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  • I never reject him, I just make a counter offer.

    • what do you think about the fact that 50% of respondents (at the time i am writing this answer) would not feel bad or guilty. They wouldn't feel anything turning him down? What does this make you think about these women?

    • I'll answer in an indirect way. A similar question to yours was asked a day or so ago. The question was if it was you wedding night, and the wife wasn't in the mood, would she just go along with it to make her new husband happy. The results weren't as bleak as what you got, but one girl said something like : "I don't owe him sex, I don't owe him anything." That man in that scenario just married a worthless piece of shit.

  • Never had a boyfriend but if I did then yes.

    • what do you think about the fact that 50% of respondents (at the time i am writing this answer) would not feel bad or guilty. They wouldn't feel anything turning him down? What does this make you think about these women?

    • That's just their preference but growing up, I have been a people pleaser and that's my problem.