This isn’t to say that my fiancee doesn’t have curves, but she’s quite flat-chested and I find myself on occasion struggling to be sexually attracted to her
I’ve been with my fiancee for five years and love her very much.
Recently though I’ve started growing restless because sexually I am attracted to a different body type than my partner’s.
I’m sorry to sound crass, but I like curves, especially boobs.
This isn’t to say that my fiancee doesn’t have curves, but she’s quite flat-chested and I find myself on occasion struggling to be sexually attracted to her.
As a guy, I feel quite embarrassed asking your opinion, but I would like a female’s take on how to tackle this without either saying something stupid and hurtful to her or doing something stupid to satisfy my “urges”.
OK, so you finish with your fiancee and go out with someone who has incredibly big breasts and then you find out that in every other way you’re incompatible. What then?
You’re with your fiancee because you love the whole person, not just bits of her (I hope).
And just so you know, I don’t think there’s really any way you can say you wish she had bigger boobs without offending her.
You’ve reduced your entire relationship down to a pair of breasts. And what do you expect her to do about it anyway?
But if, after five years, your fiancee isn’t turning you on and you don’t think you’re right for each other sexually, then you have a tough decision to make.
I certainly wouldn’t get married while you’re having these thoughts.
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