Marriage Doesn’t Necessarily Guarantee Great Sex or Any At All
Evangelical Christians, Fundamentalists, and Southern Baptists often tell singles to wait until marriage to have sex, because the sex will be “mind blowing.”
Well (and a big LOL!) sometimes people get married to people who have no interest in sex, which I have blogged about before (see links bottom of this post under “Related Posts”). Here is another example (except this guy admits he and the wife engaged in pre-marital sex), from the June 16, 2013 “Ask Amy” advice column:
- DEAR AMY: I was recently married, and a problem I was hoping would get better seems to be getting worse. My wife seems to have no interest in sex — even though she says she does.
We’ve been married for a month and have yet to consummate the marriage. When I try talking to her about it, she supplies myriad reasons, and I’m made to look like a sex-crazed bad guy.
I love my wife and love intimacy with her. When we first started dating, we made love a few times a week. Then it became once or twice a month, and now it’s maybe every month or two. I really don’t know what to do. Is this normal? — Tired in Tennessee
So there you have it. Being married does not always equate into having great sex, or any at all, even in relationships where the two were having sex prior to marriage. LOL!
Related posts, this blog:
(Link): Criticism of Purity Teachings by Christians via a Woman’s Personal Testimony [concerning woman who waited until marriage for sex and found sex to be TERRIBLE]