Been there, am there, and live there. My partner and I are not sexually compatible. We have been together for 11 years. I find that our love grows every year and that we value companionship, support, and family more than sex with each other.
For me, in this particular relationship, I can live with things the way they are.
Over the years (46 of them so far) I have never met a really long term couple (actually gay or straight) that was monogamous. In our situation we are just always working to be as honest as we can about the openness in our relationship.
That might not be right for everybody. It is, however, right for us.
redbull saidWhat if you were truly in love, found your soul mate and had all your needs met emotionally but it was lacking or not satisfying sexually, could or would you stay in the relationship?
If you stayed how would you handle it?