LuisG_82 saidSince I have had some a couple of relationships, in one of them the sex was great but it was bad in some other aspects, and another one where everything was fine, but sex wasn't the best part of the relationship.
that is why i had this question. How important is sex for you in a relationship?
It's not an easy question to answer. There are so many variables to consider.
Steve and I had to fit our sex life around his son and mine during the 1970s and 80's. So we were lucky to do it "right" once a week. Once the boys went off to college it was a sex free for all. Since he owned his business and I owned mine it was a joke at both about what he and I were doing on 2 hour lunch breaks. He was 50 and I was 46 when he died in car wreck. Sex was a reliable daily thing for us.
After Steve I was pretty vulnerable for anyone who showed me attention. I got involved with with a 25 y/o hottie minor league Baseball player/trust fund baby with a penchant for older men. Boy was I stupid but the sex on demand was great. He was trading butt at night for his cocaine and pot importing business at my dock in the daytime. I'll be in my 80s when he gets out of prison.
Then I met John... a recently retired USMC Colonel 9 years younger than me with two books to his credit who'd put off all gay contact until he was divorced and his kids were grown. Sex was unreal and I was living off Viagra just to to keep up with the demand. 22 months into the relationship he was diagnosed with cancer. His sexual needs went on another 11 years and 2 months, through a slow death process that I'd wish on no one. Ten hours before he died... a skeleton covered in bruised leather... he was begging for sex.
Now........ let's get back to your question..... The answer is... "it varies" according to the situation.