Photograph: Getty. Things will be okay for a while, but then he reverts to the same behaviour. Punishing a partner for not having sex by being disrespectful, emotionally distant or angry creates a dynamic where saying no to sex becomes imbued with anxiety or even fear of emotional retaliation. Consent is enthusiastic.
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Angry sex tends to be the kind of throw-down, need-you-right-now sex you read about in bodice-ripping romance novels or see in rom-coms. Read on to learn more about why angry sex happens, how to spice things up, and when to reconsider. To learn more, we spoke to Dr. Janet Brito , a licensed psychologist and certified sex therapist with the Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health. According to Brito, angry sex is often used as a physical way to resolve tension between two people.
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