Can he practice sexual continence? Yes, if he wants to be a saintly husband. Such species are on the brink of extinction. “Not in the mood” is dangerous premise coming from feminine gender with its various physical, functional, and psychological realities. A woman may have trouble becoming aroused. She may be functionally incapable of producing secretions and “too dry” making s*xual intercourse painful and undesirable.
She may have hormonal deficiencies and may be unable to have orgasms. If these experiences are persistent, they may throw an intolerant man off balance. How much each man can endure or cope with depends on communication between the man and wife, s*x education, and appropriate interventions acceptable to both partners.
A man should never have to look beyond his marriage for satisfaction and at the same time a woman should never regret her femininity.
Infections, particularly yeast infections or v*ginal thrush, are not uncommon. A man should ask after these things, with care rather than concern, to make sure his wife is comfortable. A woman may have a chronic disease such as diabetes that may affect her s*xual capacity. A man should know the times his wife may be going through a phase: e.g. after childbirth or around menopause and be supportive and know what kind of demand he could make of her sexually. Seeking medical help together and achieving the therapy together will result in mutual satisfaction sooner or later.
Men may always remember that a woman is not a mere possession, she is a person and an independent biological being and men need to pay due and healthy attention to both aspects of their wives. Men are easily egoistic and un-attentive to a woman’s detailsor may treat things that matter to her with callousness or indifference. A man may be absorbed by job, finance, and male concerns and forget marital intimacy or put it aside just when it happens to be important for the wife.
Once acquitted, a husband needs to know what could be affecting his wife. Psychological and physical blocks to s*x can occur if a woman is overloaded or overwhelmed: too much housework, keeping up with caring for the children, career and midlife concerns, emerging health issues, extended family problems, financial constraints, inimical neighbors and strife, etc.
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