Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Three Strikes

I'm gonna be quick here so check this out and like the title of this post says I'm just gonna hit the strikes real quick.

Strike 1:
She sought sugar daddies to pay $1,000 per week for her company and sex.
Okay you should really be mindful of relationship advice from a person who in the industry they give an okay to. Unless you think that her directly (at least formerly) benefiting from the actions of adulterous men have nothing with her opinion here.

Strike 2:
"It's better to walk the dog on a leash than let it escape through an unseen hole in the back fence."
I'm sure she didn't meant it literally but I'll point it out just in case. Despite what popular feelings of angry women may be men are not dogs. And if you are having a problem understanding that then think about the phrase, "Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free.", and how its used by men talking about having sexual relationships with women but not committing for the long term. So in short women aren't cows and men aren't dogs.

Strike 3:Well the rest of the article. This woman's words are loaded with presuming that the way men are is biologically set. I've grown bored with the "men are hardwired to want sex all the time" line.

Okay I'm glad that this negotiated infidelity is something that is working for her (pretty much sounds like any other open relationship I've heard about and besides how can it be "negotiation infidelity" when the negotiation sets the terms of what is and is not off limits, wouldn't that just be a nontraditional form of fidelity?) but trying to push it as the norm isn't much better than trying to come down on people who do engage in this type of relationship.