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The self-described "most famous unknown author in the world," Djuna Barnes - is increasingly regarded as an important voice of feminism, modernism, and lesbian culture. Best remembered for her novel Nightwood, Barnes began her career by writing poetry, short stories, and articles for avant-garde literary journals as well as popular magazines. She took the grotesque nature of reality as her recurrent theme, a pessimistic world view frequently brightened by her sparkling wit. A longtime resident of Greenwich Village, Barnes drew inspiration from the bustling streets of Lower Manhattan, and this eclectic compilation of her early journalism, fiction, and poetry recaptures the vitality of her bohemian literary scene. A dozen short stories follow, and the book concludes with a selection of compelling and sensual poetry, including verse from The Book of Repulsive Women. In addition to her work as a visual artist, Djuna Barnes - wrote poetry, plays, newspaper and magazine articles, and short stories.

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My husband and I have been married for 25 years, and we have one major problem: I have completely lost any attraction to him.

He is a dear man, but I love him like a brother. I am repelled when he touches me romantically or sexually. I never truly had a strong attraction to him and I've always found myself very attracted to other men. But he was and still is a good match for me in many other ways, so I don't want a divorce. I have forced myself to tolerate sex with him for many years, but I just can't do it anymore. He is still very attracted to me and doesn't seem to mind much that I'm not.

After hinting at this problem for years, I finally told him the truth about a year ago. He insists that we have sex anyway, saying he has to have it. But it makes me physically ill. I asked a therapist about an open marriage because I miss that chemistry with a man and I think my husband deserves the same with a woman. But she said an open marriage rarely works.

I don't see any point in going to a marriage counselor because nothing is going to make me attracted to him — believe me, I've tried everything. I'm sure this has to be a common problem with long-term couples who are devoted to their adult children and family.

We're in our 50s and can't see starting over with another person or living alone. We're both pragmatic, but we're also willing to work outside of the "marriage box" to stay married.

Any advice? Good on you for seeking a creative and compassionate solution — and for recognizing the other-stuff-besides-sexy worth of your repellant better half. The fact that an open marriage rarely "works" shouldn't dissuade you; what you have now isn't working, and you can't continue like this.

With one of you jonesing for chemistry and the other desperate for sex, you're both only a neighborhood key party away from infidelity anyway.

Might as well do it above board. But when I ask you "What have you got to lose? You have to answer it honestly if you're going seek other lovers while remaining committed to one another. I'm guessing the reason open marriages fail is because few of us are as pragmatic as we think we are.

Sure, you and your spouse seem fairly phlegmatic any guy who can insist on sex with his gagging, recoiling wife is, um, really skilled at compartmentalizing. But in the rope that holds a marriage together, it's really hard to untangle sex from all the other fundamental filaments: love, trust, affection, history, intimacy, self-image. You don't want your husband's sexual attention, but what about his affection, devotion — even his gushing attraction for you?

Are you quite prepared to lose those if he aims his spigot elsewhere? And if you find that "incredible chemistry" you seek with another man, don't you hope to fall in love? What then?! Climb out of the sexual stockade you're stuck in. Go ahead.

Scale the walls of convention, if it'll free you both to find your "God, yes! Just don't be surprised if your marriage box comes unhinged. Send me your dilemmas via email: ToughLove TheWeek. And follow me on Twitter: ToughLoveAdvice. Sex with my husband grosses me out. Dear Starshine, My husband and I have been married for 25 years, and we have one major problem: I have completely lost any attraction to him.

My husband is terrible in bed – and has been for 30 years

What is the number one predictor of divorce? Irritability at your partner. When you blow off your partner. Or even jokingly put someone down, even in jest.

First, you think your partner is cute. Then, you're grossed out by literally everything they do. Sound familiar?

I am a year-old woman, married for Although I like my husband, I find him physically repulsive. His lovemaking is so boring and always has been. I have tried to explain that foreplay is important, but it goes in one ear and out the other.

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Marriage today might be a highly contested topic, but certainly no more than it was in antiquity. Ancient Jews, like their non-Jewish neighbors, grappled with what have become perennial issues of marriage, from its idealistic definitions to its many practical forms to questions of who should or should not wed. In this book, Michael Satlow offers the first in-depth synthetic study of Jewish marriage in antiquity, from ca. Placing Jewish marriage in its cultural milieu, Satlow investigates whether there was anything essentially "Jewish" about the institution as it was discussed and practiced. Moreover, he considers the social and economic aspects of marriage as both a personal relationship and a religious bond, and explores how the Jews of antiquity negotiated the gap between marital realities and their ideals.

These signs a marriage is over will help you see yourself — and your husband — more clearly. These signs your marriage is over will help you take a step back and look at your life from a different perspective.

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My husband and I have been married for 25 years, and we have one major problem: I have completely lost any attraction to him. He is a dear man, but I love him like a brother. I am repelled when he touches me romantically or sexually.

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The self-described "most famous unknown author in the world," Djuna Barnes - is increasingly regarded as an important voice of feminism, modernism, and lesbian culture. Best remembered for her novel Nightwood, Barnes began her career by writing poetry, short stories, and articles for avant-garde literary journals as well as popular magazines. She took the grotesque nature of reality as her recurrent theme, a pessimistic world view frequently brightened by her sparkling wit. A longtime resident of Greenwich Village, Barnes drew inspiration from the bustling streets of Lower Manhattan, and this eclectic compilation of her early journalism, fiction, and poetry recaptures the vitality of her bohemian literary scene. A dozen short stories follow, and the book concludes with a selection of compelling and sensual poetry, including verse from The Book of Repulsive Women. In addition to her work as a visual artist, Djuna Barnes - wrote poetry, plays, newspaper and magazine articles, and short stories.

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Everyone who sees me will think I am repulsive. My husband will be horribly ashamed and disgusted with me. I'm a terrible person. I just want to die or  James Claiborne, ‎Cherlene Pedrick - - ‎Self-Help.

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Comments: 2
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