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I'm being nosy again.

So here's a question for the ladies about relationships and sex.

So let's say that you're in a relationship, and that it's a heterosexual relationship. Your partner of some time dvelops an illness which makes him functionally disabled in the erection department, but he is more than willing to please you orally or in whatever way you would like except intercourse. He is still able to achieve orgasms, but not maintain a hard enough erection for insertion. Now think that the illness may be long-term and the damage may be permanent.

Would this be important to you?
Would you consider taking on another lover to satify your craving for intercourse?
Would you consider other options? If so, what?
Would you consider leaving your partner for (ahem) firmer pastures?

Feel free to post anonymously if you are wanting some privacy, but please let me know what you think.

Comments

windelina
Dec. 22nd, 2003 03:56 pm (UTC)
I dont' think intercourse would necessarily be a problem. As long as the sex drives remained compatible, there are ways and ways. Hell, a strap-on would be an option (providing it wasn't too emasculating for my partner). And as long as he could achieve an orgasm, I think there would be ways to make it work. I might have to ask for permission to have the occasional one-night stand, but that would probably be pretty rare.
The situation doesn't negate sex, it just negates one particular aspect of it.
magicmarmot
Dec. 23rd, 2003 02:11 am (UTC)
I think a lot of the emasculation potential would depend on how you approached it. To start off, losing the ability to maintain an erection is plenty devastating. Combine that with an insensitive approach and it could be tremendously hurtful.

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