If im moving into his place, is that means I have to give him sex everyday or every time he wants?

Be honest, are you expecting that?

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  • My view will be a little bit controversial, but more nuanced.

    Yes, in fact, if he wants sex you should be open to giving it to him whenever he wants. In part because men do, in a sense, need sex. They are programmed, in a way, by evolutionary biology to reproduce and thus their sex drive - though individually impacted by all sorts of other factors ranging from physical health to individual psychology to culture, etc. - is fairly intense and constant.

    The man's natural evolutionary instinct is to reproduce. It is why he has so many sperm. Sating that need not only appeases his physical urges, it helps him form a bond with you.

    Here, though, is the trick. If he cares, he will limit himself. He will try to be sensitive to your desires and your needs and to restrain himself - or let himself go - as appropriate.

    Women, too, have an evolutionary instinct to reproduce. However, evolution has made it such that you can only carry one baby at a time. Therefore, although there are times when you will want - and yes, need - sex, you are also, by instinct, looking for a partner. In evolutionary terms a healthy male with healthy sperm who can produce healthy offspring, and who can then find food for mom and baby and can protect them from rival males and predators.

    To repeat, that is the evolutionary starting point - and again all sorts of other factors, some individual, come into play. The point being that you are both dealing in the most elemental component in human behavior.

    So for you, it is important to remember that he needs sex and you should be prepared to give it to him. The flip side being that he should remember that sex is not the most essential thing to you and he should be prepared to keep that in mind and restrain himself.

    In the balance of things then - even as you are living together - each will give priority to the needs of the other, and that is how things best work. So yes, be prepared to give him sex every day. In return, he should restrain himself from demanding sex every day. It is about thinking first of the other and that is the way to a healthy relationship, both physical and romantic.

    • "Here, though, is the trick. If he cares, he will limit himself. He will try to be sensitive to your desires and your needs and to restrain himself - or let himself go - as appropriate." or he do the more senseable thing when he needs to have sex but his girlfriend doesn't want to. its a little neat cool thing you might of heard of called masterbating.

    • @zero444440000 Yes, that can provide some relief. However, in the end, it will not likely prove an adequate substitute. A man needs the feeling of a woman to complete that sense of sexual relief. In fact, think about it. If a man only needed to masturbate, within a generation, there would be no sexual relations at all since a man can "service himself" with ease. He is not apt to seek out a woman if there is no need peculiar to sexual contact with a woman.

    • "Yes, that can provide some relief. However, in the end, it will not likely prove an adequate substitute. A man needs the feeling of a woman to complete that sense of sexual relief." maybe that is ture? i mean personally when ever i need my girlfriend but she's not there to make me feel good i just masterbate and so far it has been an adequate substitute for me with zero issuses. both before and after i met her.

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Most Helpful Guy

  • Is sex is something you "give him", then please reconsider the relationship. Sure, a sexual "gift" now and then is very nice, but in general sex should be soemething you actively look forward to and desire. If not, then you and he are not well matched

Most Helpful Girls

  • No it does not. Consent is important no matter what relationship status you have. Always discuss what you want to do and when you feel comfortable doing it. communication is key in any relationship and if he doesn't want to make sure that you comfortable then does he really love you?

  • What kind of arrangement do you prefer?
    sex is part of being in a romantic relationship.

    are you two in a romantic relationship?
    Or are you moving in to be his roommate and pay part of the rent?

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  • No it most certainly doesn't.

  • No I understand u guys online have had shit situations but my god no moving in dont make u a sex slave

  • You should discuss this in advance.

  • No, it will probably be the same and at some point probably start to taper off.

  • No. No it does not

  • It would be nice, but you never lose the ability to say "no."

  • Yes, if you are not paying rent.

  • No sex with each other should be mutual.. so if your really not into the same things as he is then you should rethink what your doing,, if your thinking your not then,, move onto someone more to your own taste and pleasures sex or other wise. in my opinion

  • Nope

  • Yes, this is exactly what you should do.

  • Not every time, but most of the time.

  • Not every day but maybe 3x a week

  • if both you and him want to have sex when he wants to then yes. if both you and him wants sex everyday then also yes. if you don't want to have sex when he wants to then if his a good boyfriend then the answer is no.

  • No, but sex should be more frequent

  • No you only do it b/c you want to. You owe him nothing to live with him in regard to sex

  • No. And if that is the case, you probably shouldn't.

  • No…unless you moochin off his ass.

    Cash, ass or grass. Or get out.

  • yeah

  • haha wtf is wrong with people?

  • Tf... no. You are his girlfriend, not his sex slave. What is wrong These days.

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