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    Re: Unusual relationship

    Maybe he's asexual? There are people who enjoy close emotional relationships (closer than friendship) but dislike or are indifferent to the physical aspect the usually goes with a romantic relationship. If you want a physical relationship, or at least some kissing, you really ought to talk to your guy and let him know how you feel and see how he feels. Once you have clarity on the situation, you can make a decision on whether or not you want to invest any more time and emotion in this relationship.

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    Re: Unusual relationship

    Could lead to a lot of frustration on your part. In my view compatability in sexual desires is an esssential part of a satisfactory relationship, particularly if you are sleeping together! Even if he agreed with having some sexual activities with you it would probably be of a limited nature. It would seem that your sexual drives are very different from each other, not the mix for a happy loving couple !

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    Re: Unusual relationship

    Should you risk another move? Sure, if that move is to start talking about it. You shouldn't have to be fearful about touching your man any place on his body. But you are also afraid to bring the subject up in conversation. Good, honest, open communication leads to great sex. When you talk to him, tell him you will be patient with him and go as slowly as he needs. If he is unwilling to talk about it, you have problems.

    Has he been abused?
    Everyone wants to be heard. No one wants to listen.

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    Re: Unusual relationship

    There's nothing wrong with any of this so long as you're fine with it. The problem is - you're not fine with it. You want sex to be part of the relationship at some point, and I think that's a fair thing to ask if it's ever going to happen. If he says no, then you'll have to decide if you're willing to stay in a sexless relationship, or perhaps go elsewhere for it while staying with him.

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    Re: Unusual relationship

    This guy sounds like a serial killer waiting to happen.

    I can see his future, gun, rooftop, ammo. Run away while you still can.

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    Re: Unusual relationship

    I had a sexless relationship in the past but...
    Not even kissing???
    That's crazy...
    Is he afraid of body fluids or something?
    Does he have a boner when he wakes up in the morning?

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    Re: Unusual relationship

    Quote Originally Posted by indudel
    ;8473113 However, in the past few weeks, I noticed he let me touch him down there when we were falling asleep together whereas in the past he would snap at me angrily and told me "STOP!!" He also recently put his face so close to my face when we cuddle, that I feel like just kissing him.

    What should I do? Should I make a move and risk yet another fight? I just don't think he would take an initiative. Man, I would love to see my man naked in bed with me
    You ever noticed how on certain days when its cloudy the air smells of rain before it comes? The weather may say only a slight chance of rain but you feel it and smell it. You know its going to rain. Then it does later.

    Go for it. Don't be the passive but don't be balls to the wall either. You will fight regardless because the relationship is not filling your needs.

    When it smells like rain words are not needed to put the house plants out for a soaking.

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    Re: Unusual relationship

    he could be asexual, he might have been abused, or he could be nervous about doing so. You should just talk to him about your feelings and find out if you can come up with some kind of agreement or compromise, even if it involved another partner. You never know it could be worth the wait.

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