Should "Married" Men Cheat
|Written by Woody Miller on July 25 2012|
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By woody miller
I am involved in a serious long-term relationship and we have incredible sex! I love him with all my heart and he is my soul mate. We agree that monogamy is not natural in men but we also agree not to have an open relationship. The secret to our relationship is that we communicate everything and never get angry or jealous. Still there’s this hot and sexy guy at the gym. Whenever I see him and we are undressing or showering in the locker room, my cock becomes stiff as a rock. He enjoys the view and we jerk off staring at each other. It has not gone further than that though we’ve had lunch together several times. We spoke about this action and reaction and how to proceed but we are both involved in serious relationships. I spoke to my partner about this situation and told him directly I have an attraction for this guy and want to fuck him. My partner says to go ahead and do it to get it out of my system. Mr. Hot and Sexy wants to do it too but he says his partner would not go for it and it would destroy their relationship. He has not told his partner about his attraction to me or posed the question. While I respect his decision, I feel let down by his lack of courage. If he is man enough to have this locker room encounter then he should be man enough to tell his partner. Now, whenever I see Mr. Hot and Sexy, I avoid him. If I see him looking at my dick, I fully close the shower curtain and take a cold shower. I still think he is Hot and Sexy but I lost the attraction because he punked out. Am I being too hard on him? -- A limp dick taking a cold shower
Dear limp dick:
Let me get this straight: You’re mad at a guy for keeping his word? You’re mad because he values the man he loves more than the guy he cruises? You’re mad because he’s sacrificing short-term pleasure for long-term fulfillment?
My editor’s right. Most injuries in this city are caused by my readers falling off their egos onto their IQs.
Listen, shit-for-brains, you shouldn’t be mad at him, you should be admiring him. I’ll give you your props for one thing, though. You talked to your boyfriend *before* you did anything. That shows a lot of respect. You honored your agreement with him—more than most would do.
Monogamy is hard. Ask the guy who spotted a genie bottle as he walked down the beach. He rubbed it three times (amazingly, without lube or poppers) and a drag queen genie popped out to grant him one wish. The guy handed him a map, pointed to the Middle East and said, “Bring peace to this land.” The genie said, “Girl, I ain’t that good. They’ve been fighting for years. Pick another wish.” The guy said, “Okay, I want a gorgeous hottie who’s loyal, fun, bright funny, generous and monogamous.” The genie paused and said, “Hand me that map.”
Are there any stats about monogamy in gay couples? Just how many couples are truly true to each other?
The most recent study I’ve seen showed that three-quarters of Canadian gay men in a relationship lasting one or more years were *not* monogamous. I know exactly what you’re thinking: Is it redundant to say “Canadian” and “gay”?
Truth is, only 70 couples participated in the study so who knows how accurate it is? One thing I found fascinating: Younger guys were much more likely to be monogamous than older guys. This reminds me of an old boyfriend. He needed a kidney transplant. The docs were worried because it was a risky operation. I told them, “Don’t worry. In 25 years he’s never rejected an organ.”
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