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Withholding sex is another concept subject to the feminist [[double standard]].  Women are told by feminists that they should not have sex with their spouse unless they desire it. Men withholding sex from a female partner now constitutes [[intimate partner violence]] in most jurisdictions.
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Withholding sex is another concept subject to the feminist [[double standard]].  Women are told by feminists that they should not have sex with their spouse unless they desire it.<ref>http://fempositive.com/no-one-should-make-married-women-feel-bad-about-not-being-physically-intimate-with-their-spouse</ref> Men withholding sex from a female partner now constitutes [[intimate partner violence]] in most jurisdictions.<ref>https://www.poweroftwomarriage.com/info/abusive-relationships/</ref>
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== External Links ==
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*[https://www.domesticshelters.org/articles/identifying-abuse/withholding-intimacy-can-be-abusive-too Biased article on men withholding sex]
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*[https://pairedlife.com/problems/Withholding-Sex-What-to-Do-About-It Paired Life]
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Latest revision as of 08:36, 4 April 2020

Withholding sex is another concept subject to the feminist double standard. Women are told by feminists that they should not have sex with their spouse unless they desire it.[1] Men withholding sex from a female partner now constitutes intimate partner violence in most jurisdictions.[2]

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