Our expert says:
NO, I wouldn't. I would seek to understand what was happening ( was there enjoyable sex, but it stopped ? Of so, why did it stop ? ) ; has there never been sex in this mariage, if so, why ? I'd insist that my partner join me in marriage counsellor, so we could understand what was going wrong, and see if it could be fixed. If not, then I would consider divorce, after which I'd be free to conduct my love-life as I wished.
But what you describe is not an excuse for guilt-free cheating and infidelity.
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