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This question for all women, I appreciate the time you will take for answer, all I want to get is yes or no
Is It perfectly fine that women has to give sex to get love??
Im a married man, and from my point of view, there is tow faces for one coin Love in one side and Respect In other side. Good wife deserve respect and further more bowing when she is a good mother.
But.. if there is no sex how she get loved. Any way I do not want to sound weirdo bot I really will appreciate any response specially a woman to input.

Thanks in advance.

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A woman should not *have* to have sex in order to receive love. Love is not something that can be withheld in order to receive something, or else it is not love- it is coercion. Within a relationship, a woman ought to be loved even when she chooses not to have sex.

In order to have a truly happy marriage, a spouse should not be focused on what he or she is owed by the other. The husband should not be focusing on the idea that his wife owes him sex within the relationship or the idea that she is only a good wife and mother if she fulfills certain roles. Instead, he ought to be focused on doing his part within the marriage- maintaining a healthy relationship and loving her.

In a good marriage, the couple is not bickering over whether the effort is 50-50. In a good marriage, each is putting in his or her 100%.

If this post of yours is because of some bitterness over your sex life with your wife, I think you need to reevaluate your priorities.

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