What women gain by withholding sex in a relationship. By Hanan Parvez. Evolution has rendered female sexuality more valuable than male sexuality.
Women are notorious for withholding intimacy to get back at their guy. It is supposed to be fun, not a weapon to use whenever you want power over your guy. Creates more fights.
Can we declare a moratorium on the phrase "withholding sex? We acknowledge that AskMen's lists at this point seem tailor-made to irritate us, but "Reasons Women Withhold Sex" offered via Fox Newsno less is actually instructive — just not in the way it intends. Let's start with the bad: AskMen's Sarah Stefanson is AskMen trying to blunt the misogyny of its most obnoxious articles by assigning them to women?
There is not enough plain talk in the world theses days. Here are some plain words, spoken in love, to all of you women out there. Too many women want to try and make this a complex issue and discuss it ad nauseam from every possible angle. I will say this as plain as it is.
But natural and biblical thinking often conflict. Not being your own is doubly so for those married. According to God, your spouse has access rights to your physical body.
One of the benefits of being in a long-term relationship is that you have someone that you can readily depend on for regular sex. For guys especially, this is a very important part of a commitment to another person. However, it is precisely when you start to expect sex from your girlfriend that she starts using that presumption against you.
Dear Neil: No matter how a man treats you in marriage, if you are a woman you are always expected to allow him access to your body. Even when he calls you insulting names, mocks your sexual history, graphically describes your sex life to other men, is verbally abusive or makes sex painful, bad or boring. Those men often wind up in sexless marriages, because their women do not feel respected, valued or treated well. Men who are in happy sexual marriages treat their wives with love, care, kindness, tenderness and understanding.
The problem with sexual withholding in a marriage has far less to do with actually having or not having sex and much more to do with misunderstanding. If most people have a difficult time talking about sex, they have even more difficulty talking about not having sex with the person that they allegedly love and desire…. According to Stephen Mitchellsex is one of our most private experiences.