Woman reveals her husband insists she covers up around the house if she's not interested in having sex with him - and people warn he needs to see a therapist

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A woman who revealed her husband insists she covers up around the house so as not to 'tease' him has been warned she's married to a 'sex pest'.

The wife took to the British parenting platform Mumsnet and the online community was outraged by how he tells her not to sit in a position that shows her curves and even cover her legs with a blanket if they're on show.

The woman explained that her husband behaves in this way when she doesn't want to have sex with him but he is 'really horny.'

She wrote: 'When I seem irritated by this he says he finds it too hard to see me in any way he deems sexy as he knows he won't be having sex with me. To be clear, I'm not attempting to 'tease' him in any way; I'm just going about my life.'

Mumsnet users, were almost unanimous in calling out her husband, with some going as far as to label him a 'sex pest' and 'a chimp who can't control himself'.

A woman took to British parenting platform Mumsnet after her husband insisted she cover up if she didn't want to have sex with him

A woman took to British parenting platform Mumsnet after her husband insisted she cover up if she didn't want to have sex with him

While the woman admitted that she found her husband's behaviour 'annoying and controlling', she also wondered if she needed to be 'more sensitive'

While the woman admitted that she found her husband's behaviour 'annoying and controlling', she also wondered if she needed to be 'more sensitive'

The online community criticised the woman's husband's 'weird, controlling and pretty repulsive' behaviour and pointed out that 'his inability to control himself' is his own problem.

The full post read: 'There are times of the month when I really don't want sex but my DH [Dear Husband] will still be really horny.

'At these times he will tell me not to sit in a certain way that shows my curves, or he'll cover my legs with a blanket if I'm showing any part of them. When I seem irritated by this he says he finds it too hard to see me in any way he deems sexy as he knows he won't be having sex with me.

'To be clear, I'm not attempting to 'tease' him in any way; I'm just going about my life.

'AIBU [Am I being unreasonable] to find this behaviour of his annoying and controlling? Or should I be more sensitive?'

Musmnet users were almost unanimous in condemning the husband's behaviour, with one person calling him a 'sex pest'

Musmnet users were almost unanimous in condemning the husband's behaviour, with one person calling him a 'sex pest'

One person wrote: 'The behaviour of a sex pest, that would have my vagina clamping shut'.

Another Mumsnet user contributed: 'His sexual impulses are not your responsibility. He's an adult who can control himself. You're an adult who can sit however you like and wear whatever you like.'

While a third commented: 'I feel quite revolted by this. He's weird, controlling and pretty repulsive. He finds it "too hard to see you in a way he deems sexy???" WTAF?

'I wouldn't want sex with him the rest of the month if he carried on like this.'

A fourth user said: 'Tell him that you're not a sex object. He controls himself around other women that he passes in the streeet and finds attractive, surely, so why can't he do the same for you at home? He needs to learn to look away, if you're that irresistable.

'That's just disgusting.'

Another Mumsnet user was so concerned by what the woman had described that they urged the husband 'to see a therapist' and questioned whether he could 'be trusted not to cheat'.

The user wrote: 'How does he manage to walk down the high street on a hot summers day. How does he manage to go swimming or to the gym?

'If he is so utterly unable to control his urges he 1. needs to see a therapist 2. can not be trusted to not cheat.

'Have you discussed those two things with him?'

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