At the time that the incident at Kyle's party happened last season, I had a different take on why Taylor was uncomfortable. Up until that night, we'd seen several times that Taylor was having fun, Russel was "done" and so she stopped having fun to stick by him. The time it stuck out the most was at the cocktail gathering in Vegas I think when all the couples were having a great time, and Russel came over and told her it was time to leave, and she dissapointingly left. That night at Kyle's was the first time that was saw Taylor basically tell him "I know what you want to do, but I don't, so go do it yourself". She was standing up to him instead of "obeying" him for the first time. I can understand how she'd be nervous about that - abuse or not. Its a big shift in their relationship. Maybe it was also the beginning of the end for them. I've seen it happen before in a marriage where a wife will choose to submit to her husband's every whim. Then after many years, realizing she never gets it her way, the woman will put her foot down. On the one hand, you're proud of the woman. On the other hand, you can understand why the man would say "But this isn't the deal I signed up for" and not be comfortable with the shift. I'm not saying the man was right to be so domineering. Just that he chose a woman because she did defer to him, and now doesn't understand how things changed out from under him.