I’ve met many charming men who have been very nice to me.
I had a relationship with one of them for over a year.
I’ve been faithful to my husband for 17 years, but I had the urge to feel this rush of adrenaline again, to seduce again…
But I needed to be very discreet, because my family life makes me happy and I didn’t want to change anything to it.
In fact, because I don’t give a damn what anybody thinks and because I think I look great naked, I’m secure enough to focus instead on making my partners feel good about themselves. I remember one man I dated — 20 years old, gorgeous, body of a Greek god — sitting on the side of the bed one morning as I complimented him, saying to me shyly, “You make me feel really sexy.” People looking for love could benefit from operating on my principles of approach to sexual relationships.
“Nice person” isn’t always the most important thing on people’s soul-mate checklists — but it should be.
Every new encounter (more or less cheeky) makes me feel overwhelmed with joy. To me, it is now obvious that cheating is part of my life balance.
I can see him now, dirty blond hair gleaming in the sunshine, out in a field chewing on a piece of wheat. Like the fact that they respect women is not just lip service they use to get laid.
These are the kind of men that — like it or not — remind me of my dad.
I’m always pleased to see celebrities like Madonna, Tilda Swinton, Joan Collins, Demi Moore, and Wendi Deng being open about relationships and marriages with younger men.
The more of us who can be loud and proud about our unconventional relationships, the more we’ll break down society’s prejudices.
As a result, my so-called casual relationships go on a lot longer than most people’s so-called committed ones.