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  1. You stated below that you used a birth control method (spermicide) that has a 20% failure rate.

    Would you eat at a restaurant if the there was a 20% chance you'd get severe food poisoning?

  2. Yes, that's what I said, if you think the average person gets aroused thinking about/touching/etc their own breasts. If they view them as something sexual.

  3. I just can't see these things as equals. They are getting enjoyment while you endure something physically unpleasant or meaningless. That's more than a chore- that's a sacrifice. Chores need to be done to maintain a lifestyle or environment. The true chore equivalent would be letting the higher libido partner pleasure themselves; the deed is done and no physical demands on the uninterested party. Not the same, you might say, because sex is better between two people… but obviously not in OPs case where the husband is still missing the “human connection”. I would be tempted to remove myself altogether if he doesn't think our sex is human enough, he can do it himself.

    I'm sure some people can say they feel it is ok for their partner to use them for sex when they don't feel like it, but it doesn't seem normal or healthy to me. That's my body, you don't get to use it for pleasure regularly if I'm not enjoying it. It feels selfish for him to think it's ok, and sacrificial for her to maintain it. You say satisfying relationship, but only one person is satisfied here. Sexual compatibility is important, but that means contentment for both parties, not just one. This screams therapy to me, to help realign the couples interests in healthier ways.

    I'm just a bit shocked that people are so cavalier about this suggested arrangement when it's extremely one-sided.

  4. “Hey, Clara. I'm so happy for you that you're getting married. I also know that marriages with roommates in the picture have a pretty dismal track record. So I'm going to move out so you and your SO can have the privacy you need to get your marriage started out on the right track.” This is really all you need to say. If she kicks you out of the wedding party all the better. At least then you'll recognize what you should have by now and that's that “Clara” is all about “Clara” and your wants and needs don't factor into her selfish world view at all.

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