One of our automatic sex-related news postings was from an "ethics" column in a Salt Lake City newspaper. A gentleman asks: "My wife of 30 years and I are in our 60s. A few years ago she asked that we no longer engage in sex. "It's not such a big deal anymore," she said. She would not see a doctor or consider other help. I began an affair with a widow. Recently my wife found out and went ballistic. If she can casually renounce sex, can't I seek it elsewhere?" The response he got was a rather sanctimonious admonishment for betraying his wife's trust by committing adultery. You can read it here if you wish. Anyway, this raises an interesting issue. When one partner unilaterally decides that there will no longer be any sex in the relationship, should the opposite partner then be permitted to outsource some sex?