I am very happily Not Married
I am very happily Not Married
Being able to do these things, conversely makes men more attractive to women rather than less attractive. They are no more than being able to take care of oneself.
Given the type of changing society we live in, the traditional male is starting to become more redundant. The guy who comes home expecting all his meals cooked and the woman to get him a beer, or to just be someone in the bedroom, or to cook his meals, or to bear and look after children, is becoming a relic.
An excellent sunday star times article on the state of the sexes in New Zealand, predicted the type of man who would survive best in the future would be be the man with the so called "feminine" attributes: cooking, cleaning, washing etc, and "male attributes: being able to do repairs around the house, financial management etc.
I remember some years ago there was an ad on tv for washing powder. In the ad the main participant was a man who said he liked his shirts white and he liked to look good. I see nothing wrong with that.
When I sat in pubs, I overheard men in their drinkling circles making fun of the man, suggesting he was gay. they were the ones with the problem.
The same men who used to stand around in drinking circles calling John Walker, the athlete a wanker, because he was different, but probably couldn't run five metres themselves.
A few years ago I was at my cousin's for Christmas. her son had a very attractive Canadian model girlfreind who I enjoyed talking to.
My other cousin was out on the lawn in a circle with other men talking. He tried to coerce me into joining their group and leave the gorgeous lady I was talking to. It made him feel bad if a male was different. I said I wasn't interested and remained talking to the attractive Canadian. Her face was certainly better to look at than his which looks like a monkey's bum. I'm a loner
Last edited by Zappa10; 30-07-2008 at 04:32 PM. Reason: spelling corrections
Damn, am I the only dirty cheater on here?
Yes I'm married, but despite my reasonably young age, I feel like our marriage is just a friendship now. Intimacy is pretty much dead (haven't had sex with her for over a year - she's just not interested, and hasn't been since our son was born), which is why I've had the ocassional indiscretion.
I should say that my wife and I still make love 3-4 times per week and she enjoys it. I like it too, but her childbearing has taken away that important satisfaction element.
No doubt folk on here will attack me for being so clinical, but the thread starter did ask for a candid response.
I'm single after 24 years of marriage, the last 18 without sleeping in the same bedroom let alone having sex with my wife. Took me a lot of years to take up the sex industry as the healthier outlet for my needs for intimacy & sex versus affairs.
Unless someone has been married and in these circumstances, they won't understand.
Nor does it mean that partners are not still special to us, funny as that may sound.
Yep, also guilty as charged. We have some great kids and wouldn't want to f**k that up. There are many great things about our relationship, and a few that aren't; and the negatives have started to get to me more over the years. You only live once, I suppose, and you make your choices and deal with the consequences
Now everybody duck before KH starts another tirade on the questionable morality of handjobs and married clients of wgs...