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Husband too old for sex?
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An_251658 posted:
After 40 years married sex stopped my husband has no interest in sex anymore. We are both in very good shape los of excersize and on no medication this has gone on for almost 18 months I have always been a lot more sexual than him. About 6 months ago I met an old boyfriend from high school (widower) and we started having sex 2 to 3 times a week and I feel like a kid again the sex is fantastic from hotel rooms , his apartment even in the car he has given me orgasms while we sit in traffic with his fingers, I love my husband but I also need this man to be satisfied my husband has been to Doctors and they say he is in great shape and can find nothing wrong I think he knows I am seeing someone but does not seem to care he says he loves me and that sex is a thing of the past. I will not leave him, but I feel like a dirt bag for doing this
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darlyn05 responded:
So, does your husband know you're engaging in this affair?
 
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hawk69 replied to darlyn05's response:
I am pretty sure he does because he has not seen me this relaxed and happy in months.


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