A deadbedroomer is someone who shares a bed with someone who stopped having sex with them, to their dismay. A married deadbedroomer is a marcel.
The most popular deadbedroomer webforum is r/DeadBedrooms.
Sexual activity in married couples is nearly always bottlenecked by the wife due to women having an overall lower sex drive and the wives losing their sex drives much sooner than the husbands, with there evidence being this is especially the case when cohabiting rather than living apart and when the man isn't the main breadwinner (by proxy of having higher education status).
Different from women, men face a higher chance of remaining sexless when they provide less than 20% of the household income (aOR = 2.27, however only at p <.05).
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