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One spouse may not actually force another spouse to engage in sexual activity. However, the fact that a spouse regularly wants sex and requests it is not typically abuse. Extreme coercion could potentially constitute a crime in some circumstances, particularly if some threat of harm is made or if the conduct is intended to annoy, distress, or alarm the other party. However, asking or even begging for sex on a daily basis is not, by itself, a crime.
Of course, in certain circumstances, continuously harassing a spouse about sex could constitute emotional abuse that a court might factor into determinations during a divorce, such as determinations pertaining to child custody or other relevant matters during a divorce.
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