Hi and a belated welcome. I read your first post and all of the responses you received, which, as usual, are dead on.
I've got nothing substantive to add to what others have already said.
As for this post though, I do have a suggestion. Drop it. Boy is that hard 'cause the information you now have is running through your mind just as much as it is through your husband's mind. But he's not ready to deal and that fact alone makes it impossible for you. You can deal with your own feelings by coming here, reading books or seeing a therapist of your own, but you can't really do anything for him as far as his recovery goes because he doesn't want to....yet.
The fact that your husband is acutely aware that there is a problem will hopefully make him want to seek help, but no one can know when that will be. He is the only one in control of that.
So, you need to leave it alone and get on with your lives. Be the woman he married, the friend he desperately needs. You can't be his lover in a sexual sense, but you can certainly be his lover and friend on an emotional level.
I haven't experienced the lack of sexual intimacy, but I have and I'm sure every single s/o here has experienced the very difficult task of having to fight within ourselves not to let the abuse our loved one suffered overtake everything in our lives to the detriment of living. At first, it seemed like every time we were alone, we had a deep, dark conversation, sometime started by me, most times by him. It never ended well because we were both so emotionally drained.
After several months, I realized that I had to do exactly what my b/f has asked me multiple times to do - just be me. I needed to stop letting abuse overwhelm me; I needed to stop him - to a degree - from making me his "secondary" therapist.
All of this is a lot easier said than done. I tried to do it on my own without much success. I finally had a few sessions with a therapist of my own who is experienced in csa and she helped me tremendously. Just to know that I had someone 100% in my corner was priceless. Also, although she was on my side, she wasn't "against" my b/f as a friend or family member might be.
Your husband is full of anxiety for so many reasons, not the least of which is worry about you and what his revelation is doing to you and your feelings for him. Try finding things for the two of you to do together that are just easy. Avoid anything heavy, if you can, for at least a few weeks and just be a couple. Thereís no doubt that you need to discuss and work on many things that have to do with your marriage, youíre both in it, not just him. But if you can, let him adjust to the fact that even though heís made you aware of his deepest most frightening secret, youíre still the woman who loves him and youíre not going anywhere.