"Yes, it’s called alienation of affection. I sued over it in my divorce.
People are very misinformed. You need to know that when you sign a marriage contract, there is a legal precedent that you will have a sexual relationship. It’s one of the reasons why the marriage license asks if you have syphilis but not other STDs - because having syphilis makes a man impotent, and a woman can sue a man for not revealing that he was unable to have sex.
And we’re not talking about turning down sex on occasion. We’re talking about a sustained absense of it over an extended period of time.
Casey — do yourself a favor and contact a family law attorney in your town who can give you the facts. “http://hr.umich.edu/stopabuse/resources/definitions.html
"withholding sex and affection"
Hmm. so if men do it, it’s abuse? If women do it, it’s empowerment.
Verbal Abuse Journals
Verbal Abuse Is Domestic Abuse That Leads to Physical Violence
Sexual violenceExamples of sexual violence include:…withholding sex and affection; always demanding sex
So by their reasoning, if a man says no, he will, sooner or later, bash you.
If a man asks you for sex, he will bash you. Neat!
If a woman says no, she’s a healthy independent woman who don’ need no man.
I’ve never heard of it going the other way of course.
Wait, it gets worse:http://family-law.lawyers.com/divorce/grounds-for-divorce-impotence.html
"The fault grounds or reasons for divorce vary from state to state
, but in many states where fault grounds divorces are still recognized, impotence
is grounds for divorce”
So say the wife says “i want sex” but he can’t get it up? No problem! He just gives her the house, the car, and the kids. Then he checks into the nearest cemetery, and she moves onto the next sucker!