s*x is vitally important in marriage
The only thing you uniquely share with your spouse that you don’t share with anyone else is s*x. So s*x is the only thing that sets you and your spouse apart from simply being roommates. It’s a vital part of marriage.
Not only does s*x set you and your spouse apart from simply being roommates, it also requires a deeper level of communication that you don’t normally do with just anyone. s*x requires you to talk to each other about intimate, emotional things. For example, to have a truly intimate experience with your spouse, you need to tell your spouse where you like to be touched, and make requests for certain things. This requires that you both feel a comfort level with each other that you’ve never felt with anyone else before. It requires you to both become very vulnerable by asking, receiving and giving sexually. And it requires you to reach a deeper level of trust that your spouse will respond to your requests without judgment.
s*x also creates passion and a unique connection
To be able to talk to your spouse in this kind of vulnerable, intimate way creates a unique connection that you simply can’t have with anyone else without becoming s*xual. This kind of intimate talk and physical touch creates passion in your relationship, too. It tells your spouse you think of him or her as more than just a friend. You think of your relationship as something deeper. This unique connection that lovers have creates vibrance, passion and romance between the two of you that you can’t create in any way other than sexually.