Best Answer: Sure. Some men become impotent and have no interest in sex. Other men may have gotten into largely companionate marriages. But if that's not your situation and your partner routinely avoid sex you should get yourselves into marriage counseling to try to find out what's going on. It's never just "I don't like sex", so what's really bothering her will probably come out during your counseling and then you can work on fixing that.
From personal experience, yes, there are many. In my situation, it was her desire for sex, among other things, that persuaded her to divorce and, although the divorce was difficult for me, that was probably the nicest thing she ever did for me.
I can switch this around. In my late 20's I married a man who was critically ill, who died 5 years later. He was unable to have sex in any form.
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Yes. There are a surprising number of asexual
people out there that actually seek out that kind
of relationship, or are very relieved when that
"burden" is lifted from them in the relationship.
From the tone of your question however, can
we assume what has happened to you is that
you have been "cut off", completely, and you're
not at all happy with the situation? The only
reason at all to consider remaining might be
for the sake of any children... but otherwise,
why put yourself through that?