Our expert says:
Congratulations to both of you. A primarily non-sexual marriage might not suit many people, but it certainly does suit some, and you are both happy. Sex is often enjoyable, to many of it, but its not compulsory, or even as essential as some people assume it has to be.
Clearly, within sex, you also enjoy GIVING, at least as much as GETTING, which is admirable, too. Perfectly normal. Now, that said, it is also possible that reading some good books and learning more about sex, might help you both to find variations that could be even more satisfying to both of you. In a similar way, couples where one or both become increasingly physically disabled ( eg arthritic, or short of breath ), can adapt to different ways of pleasuring themselves and each other.
Fantasies can be most enjoyable, too, and often better in the imagination than in reality. You both sound happy, but whereas he sounds satisfied and perhaps not wanting more, you seem slightly concerned that perhaps you do want more, though you don't want it from anyone else. Discuss this too, and read more widely, to explore what variations you might each enjoy, as well as what you have right now.
You have so much more than many otherwise sexually active couple ever have. Add to it, if this is pratical, rather than diminishing what's already there
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