How Important is sex in your relationship?

We have it every night
Vote A
We have it every other night
Vote B
Speical occisons
Vote C
My partner is Pregnant
Vote D
We are waiting till marriage
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Most Helpful Guys

  • Sex is the difference between a friend and a romantic partner. As long as I am capable of having sex, I want it on a regular basis in a relationship. Despite what some young people may believe, most older couples still have an active sexual relationship. When I am with a compatible partner, we have sex 3-5 times per week. The ability to have sex may fail as older people develop conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes; some of the chronic medical conditions interfere with libido or sexual performance, and some of the treatments prescribed for such conditions produce those same results. But healthy older people still enjoy sex on a regular basis. Really! It doesn't end at age 40 . . . or 50 . . . or 60 . . . or 70. Yes, it is possible that your grandparents are still fucking like rabbits!

    Of course, if I was in a committed relationship and my partner lost the ability or desire for sex, I would not abandon them for that reason. I would be actively involved in their treatment and I would hope for such problems to eventually be resolved. If not, I would expect my partner to still pay attention and try to give me sexual pleasure to the best of her ability, just as I would do for her if our roles were reversed.

  • I think it depends on who the relationship is with. there's many girls that, to me, are just as interesting and fun as the sex related ones can be. Relationships aren't all about sex. Sometimes I think some good one aren, some aren't! Sometime I want mygf to have enough sense to carry on a conversation, sometimes I want a girl whos even a bigger whore than i am, yes boys can be whores too! Its all depee0nding on what level were on. Personally, my girlfriend isn't ever going to be all about sex, hopefully her sister will be.

Most Helpful Girls

  • I don’t have a boyfriend right now but if I did, we would do anything until I’m married. I don’t feel that has to be a factor in order for a relationship to be successful. People always say, you won’t know if y’all are sexually compatible if you wait. If the guy I’m with is the one for me, then I’d think we’d be right for each other in every way. We shouldn’t have to do it before we’re married to see if we’re right for each other in that way. To each is own but that’s how I want to do things. If he can’t respect that, then we don’t need to be together.

  • Not looking for a sexual relationship right now

    • Over a year a go now I gave birth to my daugther, I'm still in education and not want to trust some poor guy into looking after her

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  • Very important

  • I'm a virgin, I don't have a boyfriend

    • You find one soon 😍

    • So am I! I want a boyfriend but we won’t be doing anything unless I have a ring on my finger and we are a married couple.

    • Exactly! I would rather save myself for a man who wants to spend the rest of his life with me. Sadly, quite a number a of men are not into commitment these days.

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  • I and my partner have sex at least once a week.

  • Sex is a necessary part of romantic relationships.

  • Topic is confusing. Desire and importance of sex is completely different than how much you're actually having it.

  • I would say its quite important. If I love someone and have a deep connection, I want to be connected and 'make love' we are quite kinky in bed but that doesn't deduct the fact it's very sensual, and two naked bodies together, loving each other at its peak is quite beautiful.

    (Obviously, if you're having one-night stands then there is not that connection)

  • Very! There would be no purpose for me to be in a relationship with someone if sex isn't involved. That's what would distinguish them as more than a friend. We don't have to have it every day. Not even I would want that. 😂 But I wouldn't want to have it just once or twice a week. Gotta be more than that. At least in the early years.

  • Your poll answers seem to be more about the frequency than the importance of sex. For one, someone who doesn't have sex often may value it higher, but someone that has sex every day is bored of it

  • We see each other twice a week and it is a LOT. Its great how much she wants me.

  • Kinda weird that the poll options jump from every other night, to special occasions. My personal preference would be about twice a week, but I'd settle for as little as once a month. No sex for 2 months and I'm starting to think we have a serious problem. (If I hadn't thought that already)

    • Twice a week? I wouldn't have guessed.

  • Very important , if sex dies in a relationship so does the relationship , with holding sex from a committed partner is just opening doors for them to seek it elsewhere. You and your partner should make each other feel wanted and appreciated , sex is a good way to help keep communication alive , at times we run out of things to say and talk about so having that sexual intimacy is another form of communicating with your loved one whether you are in the mood or not in the mood you should never make your partner. not feel wanted and appreciated , So many marriages and relationships fail due to lack of sex , if your partner wants it and you don’t then do it anyway unless you have a damn good excuse , too many excuses to why you don’t want it is just pushing your partner away

  • Depends on the relationship.

    • currently single but sex is one of the 4 pillars to a healthy relationship.
    • physically attraction, mental attraction, emotional attraction and sexual attraction.
    • if all for are in sync with each other a relationship has a much better chance to last long term.
    • key is to spice things up once in a while so they sex life does not become mundane and boring.
    • helps to keep an open mind to new ideas your partner might have.
  • It's not important right now because i'm still in high school. I'm not sure how important it will be out of high school.

  • Very. At least a few times a week.

  • Things can happen through no fault, so if there is real love (not the love of sex) between the two of You then sex can take the back seat.

  • Vital. For without sex it's simply not a real romantic relationship. More like friends, or roommates.
    Sex is the glue. You can gloss over a LOT of strife if the sex is good. And if you fuck up the sexual compatibility thing you sign yourself up for a lifetime of frustration and anxiety. Don't fuck it up. :)

    If you're waiting 'till marriage for religious reasons, just find someone like-minded and plan it together.
    For the rest of us mere mortals, it's part of what a real man-woman romantic relationship is and is about.

  • I dont have a partner a boyfriend a date or anyone so Im used to the lack of sex since many many many years ago so I dont need it

  • Sexless relationships are called friendships.

  • It's very important to me. But we don't have it more than once a week, sometimes twice. I'm not as attracted to her as I used to be when she was younger.

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