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  1. If both of you are ready, then it is time. It doesn't have to be anybody else's business. You don't have to tell the people in your life who you have sex with and when you have sex with them. If you're asking if it can somehow affect the course of a relationship, the answer is, it won't. If things were going well, sex won't change them so that they go badly; if they are going badly, sex won't change them so that they are going well. All it will do is hasten your realization that things are going well or badly. It doesn't change the fate of your relationship, it merely makes the relationship reach that fate more quickly. What do I mean? Well, let me give you some examples. During the first half of my twenties, I dated a girl that I was pretty serious about. She wanted to wait until marriage, but that was okay, because I wanted to marry her. That being said, the lack of premarital sex became something of a preoccupation for me — to the point that our focus on it actually caused me to miss the fact that our relationship wouldn't work out. Well, there were other things obscuring this fact as well. Still, if we had ever had sex before breaking up, I imagine we might have broken up faster. (Though, given that girl's religious values, probably with a lot more acrimony as well. Today she is still one of my best friends, and I would have been sad to lose that friendship.) About 4 years after breaking up with that girl, I finally dated someone who was sexually available. We had sex, and I lost my virginity, on the second date. Again, this cleared the decks: because sex wasn't a preoccupation, I was able to focus on the relationship itself, and within 3 weeks I had determined that a breakup was inevitable. Of course, I hung on for another 4 weeks after that because I was finally getting laid for once in my life, gosh darn it, and I wanted to keep it that way. (I think everyone is allowed to prolong a relationship solely for the sex once in their lives. That said, I'd look with skepticism on anyone who had done it more than once.) About 3 years after breaking up with that girl, I met someone who was really into me. She and I had sex on the first date, within 4 hours of first meeting each other. If moving too fast could ruin a relationship, I unquestionably ruined that one; if moving too fast ruins relationships, then obviously we must have had a bitter, acrimonious break up not long after and have never spoken to each other again. As such, I am both pleased and perplexed to report that, in reality, we just celebrated our 9th year together, which is also our 6th wedding anniversary. Because the thing is, I was into her too. Before we even had that first date, I could already tell that there was a realistic possibility of marriage and happily ever after in our future. And when she had sex with me on that first date, I interpreted it as an indication that she reciprocated the interest. All I'm going to say is that I seem to have been right. =)

  2. You two are really not sexually compatible. Sorry to say, but a gap this big is going to be almost impossible to overcome long-term and you two will almost certainly both come to resent each other since she will always feel neglected and you will always feel pressured. You two should honestly get divorced and find partners who you are compatible with in how you give and receive affection.

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