by Staff writer
On a relationships segment hosted by British husky-voiced broadcaster, Mariella Frostrup, a Muslim woman shares her story…
“I’m a 38-year-old lady of Muslim background, but barely practising.
I married as a virgin and had an active sex life in the early years, usually initiated by my husband.
I didn’t orgasm much, but the process was enjoyable and there was a sense of duty to fulfill his sexual desires (engraved in my head as a good Muslim wife).
After 11 years of an untroubled marriage, and a now five-year-old child, the sex became a duty, and then eventually a “burden”.
My husband associates sex with love and tells me I’m being selfish and controlling. I’m a highly qualified professional who took a career break and I’ve always been in a strong position in this marriage.
I decide where we live, how to manage our finances and where to go on holiday. He has always been kind (when not asking for sex), generous and responsible.
I don’t want to end up a divorced single mum. I feel guilty, but can’t get myself aroused by him any more.
I do have sexual desires concerning other men though, but I’ve never acted on them…yet.
Is there a way I can get my sexual life back to normal?”
2 Comments on ““I don’t want to have sex with my husband any more””
Well I don't know how appropriate this is but if that pic up there is that of her husband then please give me her contact so we discuss how to exchange partners
As in one man's food……..