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Old 11-10-2012, 03:20 AM
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Hmm, well, if he believes that the cessation of your sex life is because you might be gay, then of course it will come as a rude awakening to him to find out that, no, it's not men, it's just that you don't want *him*. I know I'd be hurt in his position, and I might not be able to carry on in the relationship. However, I think you should tell him. He deserves the truth. And there's every possibility that he will still consider the relationship worth preserving, just as he does now, as a non-sexual partnership. Maybe he'll deal just fine, either right away or after a little time to recover. It's a risk. But it's worth it to be honest, imho.

Good luck!!
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