[quote="SanctaMommy, post:1, topic:244554"]
In the past when we've tried to conceive, my husband and I have had "business" sex. Basically he would rush home for lunch, we'd do the deed as quickly and efficiently as possible, and get on with our days. Since it's immoral to separate the components of sex... Is it wrong to have unenjoyable, all-business intercourse at ovulation time for the purposes of conceiving?
What is your reason for wanting to conceive? Are you trying to add another "possession"? Are you planning to exploit the child or sell him/her into slavery?
No, of course not. You want a child as an expression of your love, to add to your family and because you believe in your vocation as parents.
Sex is supposed to be procreative and unitive. You are fulfilling both even if you don't get an emotional "fix" from the act.
Alternatively, is it wrong to have sex when you don't want to and it actually makes you feel a little mad at your husband rather than more united with him?
This is a question only you and your husband can answer. There's nothing wrong with having sex when only one of you is "in the mood"; in fact it's generally not a good idea to deny your spouse without a good reason. On the other hand, if this is causing resentment or a feeling that you aren't being given respect, it's not a good thing to just "give in".