yankinbc saidThanks guys! I took in every one of your responses - snarky (I'm sure they'll be more as time goes on...) or sincere. I wanted to make the narration short and to-the-point, that is why I left out a lot. Like the fact that I do still love him and he loves me.
You love him. But, you might not easily find the same love. 6 years is a long time. What meets your definition of sex? Or, are you really saying that you haven't reached a climax with your guy for six years?
It appears that this relationship is worth saving. But, relationships are a lot of work. Especially if there is a gap in sexual appetite.
I'm not a psychologist. But, I have to ask, is he satisfied, but you aren't?
Statistically, about half of gay couples are quite satisfied with stroking and oral on each other. I thought the real answer was close to 5%.
Are there any prescribed medications on his end?
When my career was rockin', I had stress issues that motivated me to start taking prescriptions including SSRI's and beta blockers, in addition to Omeprazole/Prilosec and Seroquel. The funny thing is most of that stuff actually made me stupid. Which required more effort to keep up with work.
To say it fucked me up sexually is an understatement. And, it made me fat. I finally weaned myself off of Metropolol last week after I realized things that lower your blood pressure also interfered with the hardness of your wood.
But, it was pretty cool to have 120/70 bp and be 270lbs/6'2"
I miss my morning wood. Perhaps it will return someday. B-)