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    Nowhere near a deal breaker. There are times in every marriage when your s#x life isn't as good as other times. It is normal.

    If they are worried about it than work on it. There are lots of ways to spice things up if if needed.

    I can only say in all honesty my s3x life now if a million times better than it has ever been.

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    I wouldnt see bad sex as a deal breaker. Yes it may suck but if you think every thing else about them is amazing then it shouldnt matter.

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    Definitely NOT a deal breaker... However sex is way down on my list of characteristics and qualities I value in my husband and marriage.

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    No not a deal breaker. Anyone can be taught to be better at s*x.

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    It would have been during the dating phase. Bad s3x(as in just no spark or interest, ho humm rather than low libido) is one of those thinfs for me you iron out during dating phase. If I connect with someone on other levels, just not a s3xual one (and bad s3x isnt always actually bad. Ive noticed two people can just not be comparible in bed) then id end things to be able to maintain a friendship.

    Marriage stage is a bit late to go "actually, I cant live with cr@p s3x for the rest of my life. Im out"
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    I would have addressed before getting married. Most problems in that area are fixable.

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    So long as there is chemistry and finding the person attractive then the sex life could be improved, not a deal breaker. I've been in a relationship before with a nice guy but there was zero chemistry and I certainly wouldn't stay in a marriage like that. DH and I often have quite a boring s3x life but after 7 years together I still find him very attractive. Just life gets in the way.

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    It defiantly would no be a deal breaker, but it defiantly would not be brushed aside either. It would be something that would be worked on time & time again until it was something we both enjoyed.

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    i always thought you could 'fix' a sex life. not 'fix' a relationship.
    deffs not a deal breaker. id turn it into fun, get crazy drunk one night and show him what i want

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    Anyone can be taught the moves! If its lack of chemistry in that department then thats a bit different. But is it lack of libido or just not turning you on? Big difference. But if we are just talking crap in bed as in no foreplay or not getting to orgasm or even trying to fill your needs? I think in a heathly partnership you teach eachother what you like its different for everyone.

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