Would you stay with your spouse if?

Would you stay with your spouse if?

Becker0109 Becker0109
Would you stay with your spouse if he/she no longer was physically able to sexually respond to you because of a physical imparement?
07/29/2011
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Becker0109 Becker0109
Quote:
Originally posted by Becker0109
Would you stay with your spouse if he/she no longer was physically able to sexually respond to you because of a physical imparement?
I'm responding to my ownquestion. Hell yes!! She's hotter than the Sun!
It would be difficult but the woman is more than just a vagina or breast, she's my sweetie and after 35 years I'd be lost without her as I made a committment to love her in good and bad!!
07/29/2011
newfoundlust newfoundlust
Quote:
Originally posted by Becker0109
Would you stay with your spouse if he/she no longer was physically able to sexually respond to you because of a physical imparement?
Yes.
07/29/2011
Redboxbaby Redboxbaby
I have been with my husband for almost half my life. He is my best friend. If I could not have PIV sex with him I would help him in other ways such as giving oral, hand jobs, use our masturbators on him and I know he'd respond in kind if the roles were reversed.
07/29/2011
AngelvMaynard AngelvMaynard
Of course! We'd figure something out!
07/29/2011
Ansley Ansley
Yes!
07/29/2011
Beck Beck
Well yes this is not his fault, but I would want to be able to have open marriage in this case so I can get laid. He would be fine with this since I would only want women. This would be something that I would be ok with for him also, if I was the one who could not.
07/29/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
My Man and I are pretty imaginative. There are other things to do besides PIV sex. We'd figure something out. I imagine he isn't going to lose his tongue in an accident, and my guess is we'd still find a way to get him aroused and probably bring him to orgasm as well.

I imagining toys would play a very important role in a situation like this.
07/29/2011
froggiemoma froggiemoma
yes
07/29/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
I'm sure we could figure something out.
07/29/2011
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
As usual I'm with Redboxbaby and P'Gell on this one. The relationship I have with my wife is literally 'til death do us part. Imagination aside the day will come when sex is not going to be possible for one of us - but our bond is strong enough to survive that and more.
07/29/2011
Diabolical Kitty Diabolical Kitty
Yes I would stay. She is my Goddess and my love. We can use sex toys.
07/29/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
Of course! There's more to our relationship than that! And there are lots of other ways to get out our 'frustration!'
07/29/2011
SexyStuff SexyStuff
Yeah, we'd figure something out.
07/29/2011
Brandi Rouxxx Brandi Rouxxx
Yes I would. I love him more than anything and it's not all about the sex.
07/29/2011
tickle me pink tickle me pink
Absolutely. I don't think there are very many obstacles out there that we wouldn't be about to work around.
07/29/2011
js250 js250
Quote:
Originally posted by Becker0109
Would you stay with your spouse if he/she no longer was physically able to sexually respond to you because of a physical imparement?
Yes. I was going through cancer treatment nad surgeries and he suck with me. There are alternative ways of pleasuring each other if you use your imagination.
07/29/2011
married with children married with children
yes
08/01/2011
Sunshineamine Sunshineamine
Yes of course. That's where sex toys come into play. Love is love and love is possible without physical intimacy. For better or for worse in sickness and in health and all that jazz. My boyfriend and and aren't married but were life partners. Partners for LIFE no matter what.
08/02/2011
emiliaa emiliaa
Yes, I love my partner <3 We haven't made any life commitments but sex is not that important in our relationship even though we both love it.
08/02/2011
Becker0109 Becker0109
Thanks all for excellent answers! God bless.
08/02/2011
N&M N&M
Quote:
Originally posted by Becker0109
Would you stay with your spouse if he/she no longer was physically able to sexually respond to you because of a physical imparement?
of course. For better or worse. Sometimes life throws curveballs, we have to find different ways of physical gratification.
08/02/2011
catgirl9 catgirl9
Yes, without question.
08/02/2011
Musings Musings
Quote:
Originally posted by Becker0109
Would you stay with your spouse if he/she no longer was physically able to sexually respond to you because of a physical imparement?
I don't post here very much but I'm sure someone out there might have read a few of them. My marriage is a no sex/low sex marriage My wife attributes her low libido to the meds she is taking. I've read that sex in a no sex/low sex relationship becomes one the main topics of contention where sex in a relationship is common it's not a factor at all. Hope that makes sense.


Anyway, I'm still with her and I don't get any on the side either. I focus my attention on other parts of our marriage that are strong.
08/02/2011
Yaoi Pervette (deleted) Yaoi Pervette (deleted)
I'd stay. There are so many ways one can express yourself sexually that don't involve intercourse.
08/02/2011
beemonkey beemonkey
Yes of course.
08/08/2011
sarki sarki
Yes
08/08/2011
thebest thebest
yes
08/08/2011
shySEXXaddict shySEXXaddict
Quote:
Originally posted by Becker0109
Would you stay with your spouse if he/she no longer was physically able to sexually respond to you because of a physical imparement?
yes...I would just have to have some sort of agreement that I could go else where as long as my heart staid with him
08/12/2011
Illusional Illusional
At this point, I can't honestly say yes.
Our relationship is a bit rocky but my heart is so attatched to him, who knows?
08/12/2011
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