Our expert says:
There is absolutely nothing wrong with desiring good sex. Of course what is good sex is different for everyone. It is very common that couples experiencing difficulties in other areas of their relationships such as ineffective communication, regular unresolved conflict, having got themselves into a rut and routine, financial stress etc, that the effects also impact on their sexual relationship.
You do not say what the issues are your boyfriend complains about.
If you are desiring to still sexually experiment for example with a few men to experience variety and with different penis sizes etc, I would suggest you consider what motivates you. Is it just due to the frustrations you are experiencing in the relationship, then I suggest couples counselling. If it is just your personal desire to continue your journey of sexual experimentation and exploration then you need to consider your commitment to your present relationship. Some couples will end their relationship and continue their individual journeys of sexual experimentation or a couple may negotiate an open relationship agreeing to allow each other additional sexual partners, based on agreed upon rules.
Just as a final point, there is nothing wrong with your desire for what you would consider good sex.
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