I have listened to Dennis Prager a few times when he was on our local radio stations and I like what he has to say. I didn’t know he was so knowledgeable about the male/female relationship, though. Check out this great two part essay on men, women and sexual frequency.
He articulates his points very clearly:
“A man whose wife frequently denies him sex will first be hurt, then sad, then angry, then quiet. And most men will never tell their wives why they have become quiet and distant. They are afraid to tell their wives. They are often made to feel ashamed of their male sexual nature, and they are humiliated (indeed emasculated) by feeling that they are reduced to having to beg for sex.”
“…A kind woman who is not sexual with her husband is not feminine. She is a kind roommate. Furthermore, a woman who denies the man she loves sex is not kind.”
“…Many women believe that it would simply be wrong to have sex with their husband when they are not in the mood to. Of course, most women never regard it as hypocritical and rightly regard it as admirable when they meet their child’s or parent’s or friend’s needs when they are not in the mood to do so. ”
I believe these articles are well thought out and reasonable. He explains how a man feels and how important sex is to him. What do you think?