It's been months and I feel like he is pulling away. I also say that because it's scary to have someone we love about to not just go away, but go into a time or way of life where we aren't able to follow, or aren't following. Food packaging and chemicals. I am confused and stressed out. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. And that maybe it turns out you have a partner who, for whatever reason, doesn't want a sexual relationship, period , anymore, but you do? Maybe you already know all of that: And you can't overlook the real possibility that your mate is bored of having sex with you because he is really interested in having sex with someone else It's hard enough to be confused and scared like you are, as well as perhaps feeling sexually or emotionally hungry, you don't need to be dealing with that while also -- mistakenly -- feeling like what you want sexually means something is the matter with you, or that if it's something your partner doesn't want from you now, it means that. But there's also this thing out and about that says or suggests that women who want sex more than men or male partners are. I also understand your concern that you might be doing something wrong, and the idea that maybe if you did something different, his feelings might change. Diseases such as diabetes, pituitary tumors, renal problems and cystic fibrosis can all apparently affect testosterone levels and libido. Experts seem to think it has something to do with our polluted environment. People, of all genders, may also sometimes find that a relationship they once felt good or comfortable about being sexual doesn't stay that way, for a whole host of reasons, from having issues in that relationship, having their own stuff, or a change in the way they feel about themselves, the other person, or their sexuality or sexual life. Or you figure out, now or later, that this isn't the partner who, with your sexual self, is a good fit for you?