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Jennifer McShane. Shayna Sappington. We both work full-time and have a busy life at home. Our sex life never really recovered after our first child, or certainly not to the level it was pre-kids. My husband is going mad and says he would happily have sex three times per week.
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Photograph: Getty. Things will be okay for a while, but then he reverts to the same behaviour. Punishing a partner for not having sex by being disrespectful, emotionally distant or angry creates a dynamic where saying no to sex becomes imbued with anxiety or even fear of emotional retaliation. Consent is enthusiastic. Agreeing to sex only to avoid punishment is not consent. It is the result of coercion. You know your partner better than I do, however, and there is a possibility that he is not trying to be manipulative or cruel but is feeling rejected and reacting to those feelings immaturely.
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