Aiding and abetting adultery  

redmustang91 57M  
8703 posts
7/11/2006 8:44 am

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7/11/2006 11:48 am

Aiding and abetting adultery


People are so interesting in their different views of the same issue. Take having sex with a married man such as me. Obviously this is polarizing issue for many women. I am fascinated by the different responses.

Some single women who are searching for a husband or full time boyfriend are not interested for obvious reasons. Some have been traumatised by falling for a married man in the past and don't wish to repeat the trauma. Others who have been cheated upon feel the pain by proxy! Still others who cheated on a significant other are still scarred from the guilt and do not wish the bad karma to spread.

I respect the right of each human to have whatever personal preferences in an area of such delicacy as one's sex partner.

Interestingly some single women prefer married men! They feel married men are safer, pretested, and limit the level of commitment they might be asked to give. [Things can change and get out of hand, but not everyone cares about the future...]
They do not care about poaching on their sister's man. These women view the married woman as the one at fault for not satisfying her man, leading to the infidelity. Or they just don't care about the other woman's situation.

Now married women are a different story. Oddly enough, some married women seek out single guys so the scheduling is easier or in preparation for an exit from the marriage. More usual, married women prefer an attached male with the same situation. The guilt is less and the attached partner is more understanding of the challenges and suffering.

Funny how some view themselves as aiding adultery so they boycott the married guy, while others see him as the victim and take pity on his suffering.

Married people need sex too, and some will find it here, generally with others similarly situated.

Guys are used to rejection and negative feedback so those who wish to flame me realize your views are unlikely to change my mind...

bipolybabe 54F

7/11/2006 9:47 am

And another possibility is that those of us who just say no to married men are spiteful and resent someone who gets to have it all! Which would put me back in the ranks of the sinners. Envy is among the top sins, isn't it?

I paid a very high price for my sexual freedom, something I wrote about in [post 267677], and it rankles that married men expect to have it all--the forgiving wife at home, not losing half their wealth in divorce while enjoying a slut or three on the side.

So, I say, "Live long and suffer, married dude!"

BiPolyBabe

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bipolybabe 54F

7/11/2006 9:52 am

By the way, I want it all, too, and I expect to find relationships that offer a mixture of comfort, security and sexual excitement...and all without having to deceive anyone.

Or beg forgiveness ever again.

BiPolyBabe (emphasis on the poly)

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redmustang91 57M  
8567 posts
7/11/2006 11:47 am

BPB, we all deceive people all the time. Mostly ourselves. Some wives earn more than their husbands so the divorce would not necessarily give the husband a net detriment. Polyamory does not have to be painful to everyone. Being spiteful is not good for your disposition. Attitude changes everything. I try not to sweat the small stuff... To each according to their needs, from each according to their abilities.


redmustang91 57M  
8567 posts
7/11/2006 11:48 am

I would prefer to live long and enjoy, rather than suffer!


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