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Wife offers to pay for husband to visit prostitutes

23 February 2016, 14:20

Lagos - Can a marriage survive without sex? That’s what UK couple are trying to discover as they haven’t had sex in five years, and the wife even offered to pay for the husband to visit prostitutes.

The Sun reports that Sara Collins, 46, and Graham, 47, the parents of three children, have slept in separate bedrooms for five years.

After having the three children - Ella, 15, Jude, 11 and Jake, 7 - Sara said that she no longer felt the urge to have sex.

Sara said she still loves her husband, but they live in a sexless marriage. Graham responds that it is no longer something that he cares about, he has grown tired of asking her for sex.

Also Read:Commercial sex worker found dead in Lagos hotel

Sara said she doesn’t fear that Graham might fall for another woman as they have an open and honest relationship and talk about everything.

She also said that she offered to pay for a prostitute if he felt like he wanted one.

“If either of us felt the need to go and have an affair and be intimate with someone as long as we have had that conversation if it fine, we have had that agreement all our relationship,” Sara said.

Read more at The Sun

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