Either you are used to always getting your way or acting like a petulant child when you don’t…

I’ve experienced this: when I’ve said no, not in the mood I was met with a less than respectful response, as though I was obligated to have sex because HE was in the mood. Suddenly, he was being a moody a**hole. My retort, “Hey, I have the right to say no and not provide a reason. I might be tired, I might feel sickly, I might feel unaroused, I might be stressed out, doesn’t mean I love you any less. But to treat me like shit because of it certainly cements to me how you really feel about sex. Apparently, it’s all about you and when you want it, regardless of whether or not I’m in the mood. Let me ask you something — do you always feel the urge to eat or pee? Those are natural things, like the urge to have sex. Do you feel like doing them 24x7? No. Good. Remember that the next time you try to guilt trip me into having sex.”

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