Sep 18, 2019
Are you feeling pressured to have sex with your partner or
spouse? While this is a serious topic that deserves time, the
answer is clear and unambiguous. Vicki provides answers for both
the one being pressured, and the person pressuring their partner
Biggest Takeaways From Episode #64:
- No person has a right to another person’s body!
- Even if sex is a need rather than a want, it doesn’t mean
another person must fulfill it for us.
- Adults are responsible for taking care of their needs.
- If your partner repeatedly says no to sex, explore the
- You have a right to say no to sex even, in a marital
Highlights from Episode #63:
- Welcome back to the show! [00:40]
- Today’s topic: Are you obligated to take care of your spouse’s
or partner’s sexual needs? [00:50]
- No person has a right to another person’s body… Ever!
- Why sex is a want and not a need. [02:16]
- Even if sex is a need, it doesn’t imply that another person
must fulfill it. [03:01]
- What are true needs and who fulfills them? [03:59]
- Partners who demand sex often also participate in solo sex.
- Physical and sexual boundaries are non-negotiable. [06:02]
- What to do if your partner consistently says no to sex.
- Adults are responsible for getting their needs met.
- If you’re being pressured into sex, you have a right to say no.
- No one else is responsible for making you happy but you.
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