So, this (obviously tabloid-trash) article popped up on my Facebook feed today, and I read it, and then read the comments. Now, I don't really care about the article or Tim Tebow, or even if any of the article is true. But, I found some of the comments quite intriguing. I'm not including the obvious troll/insulting-type comments (like "he must be gay!!"), but more questioning the "is sex important in a relationship" style comments. So, do a lot of people believe that sexual compatibility is not important in a relationship? I'm not talking about a "relationship based on sex", but rather whether two people with wildly different sexual desires would be able to have a successful relationship without one of them feeling slighted. I know, for myself, I would have a very hard time staying with someone who never wanted sex, or only wanted plain sex. They would have to be absolutely amazing in every other way. Even then, I'm not sure it would overcome that obstacle. I've been with girls who had never done anything, and girls who were very experienced and wanted it non-stop. While the thrill of getting to that point with the girl who had never done anything was there, the excitement of the others definitely had its plusses. So, is such a thing important?