This is not a sexist question. Depending upon the libido at your middle age, you may find yourself lacking in sexual experiences. Pent up frustrations may propel you to find sex outside marriage. Socially, legally, ethically or morally – it will be branded as an emotion not to have. Caught expressing that, you will be chastised , even ostracized. But as a living human, is it a wrong emotion to have? If you do all your duties as a spouse and more, is it really a condemning act to have physical gratifications outside a relationship that does not grant you the same? Will laws guide our libido, even if it means killing your instincts long before you are dead?Thoughts please, as a breathing human; as an individual and not as a social herd.
When the sex gets mundane in a marriage, is it wrong to look for it outside?
June 7, 2017