Or a way to make kink more interesting to yourself?
We are in our early 40s. But my husband was either not able or not willing to try them, and I gave up. I find this condescending and stupid.
My husband has been seeing a therapist for some years. Stop that, DIB.
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You need to have sex with someone else, BBOK, with someone who cares about you. He also has sexual issues due to having survived testicular cancer and no longer having testicles.
You want to have loving, tender, connected sex with someone who cares about you. Philadrlphia have no hang-ups about sex and was happy to get him involved in some more adventurous stuff — but he quickly became obsessed with kink and shows no of slowing.
But your husband was always the elaborately twisted kinkster he is now; he just needed someone to give him permission to admit to being who he always was — or to get in touch with who he always was — and that person was you. Should I just walk away? Is this bullshit or not?
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