Woman Lists All The Reason She Doesn’t Want To Have Sex With Her Husband After She Catches Him Complaining

When you have a problem in your relationship, it seems fairly obvious that the thing you shouldn’t do is go on Reddit and complain about it rather than talk to your partner. However, that’s exactly what one guy did. He apparently made multiple posts whining about how his wife never wanted to have sex with him and accused her of having serious issues to explain why that might be. However, the wife found out about his bullshit and decided to hit him with some home truths.

“You’ve posted several times in this sub complaining that I don’t f**k you enough. You post that I shrink away from your touch and you just DoNt KnOw WhAt To Do AnYmOrE?” she began. “Instead of complaining to internet strangers and making me seem like a frigid bitch who “might have some childhood trauma regarding sex”, (which isn’t even true??? What is wrong with you?!) maybe you should try looking inward.”

Needless to say, things just got rawer from there, with the wife naming the myriad reasons she just was not interested in having sex with her husband at the moment, from his refusal to help around the house to his lack of involvement in raising their kids and even his lack of effort to show her a little romance.

Not only does the husband refuse to help out around the house because she “does it better than him,” but he shouts at her for not cooking food to his liking. He never gets up at night to take care of their babies and does nothing for them during the day. She also claims he never spends time with her or the kids at all and didn’t even get her a card for her birthday for the past several years.

The wife then went on to say that her husband is extremely critical of her body and not at all attentive to her pleasure, needs, or even her comfort.

“Do you think it’s because of the fact that over the last 3 years you haven’t even TRIED to make me cum? Or that you threw away my vibrator because I ‘shouldn’t have anything except my husband inside of me’? Or maybe because you keep asking me for certain sex acts you know make me extremely uncomfortable?” she ranted.

“Do you think maybe it’s the fact that after the last 3 times we had sex you’ve made rude comments about my “extra flab” and stretch marks? Or maybe was it the time that I bought lingerie and you laughed and said I should’ve gotten a larger size? Or maybe last year for Christmas when I said it would be fun to go to a cabin in the snow just us for my birthday you instead got me personal training sessions and told me ‘this will help with my attraction’?”

She added that he always goes on about how “hot” his new colleague is and spends Friday nights at a trip club rather than at home with his family.

The wife concluded her missive by telling her husband to “FIX YOURSELF FIRST” and expressing her anger at his “multiple posts across different subs about how I hate sex and am ‘possibly asexual.” That’s just not true, she insists. “I love sex. I used to have good sex. I miss it. I don’t miss you anymore. I hope you f**king read this.”

She later returned to Reddit to give an update, explaining that her husband found her post, screenshot it, and asked if it was about him. He also “disagreed with everything I said” and they began living apart immediately after. They have since decided to get a divorce and the wife said she “couldn’t be happier.”

Sounds like that was a good choice!

Jennifer Still is a writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience. The managing editor of Bolde, she has bylines in Vanity Fair, Business Insider, The New York Times, Glamour, Bon Appetit, and many more. You can follow her on Twitter @jenniferlstill