A sex worker's guide to keeping him a...

A sex worker's guide to keeping him at home

There are 4 comments on the Jamaica Observer story from Dec 30, 2013, titled A sex worker's guide to keeping him at home. In it, Jamaica Observer reports that:

UNBEKNOWNST to their wives, many men engage in sexual relations outside of home for one reason or another.

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“guess who Lois?”

Since: Dec 06

A little hole in the wall.

#1 Dec 30, 2013
I laughed because of the simulated Jamaican accent of the massuesse who provided most of the feedback.

Also, I feel the article kind of glossed over a few things and did not really go into much analysis.

However, the main message is clear ... if a woman does not pay attention to what her man wants or needs, or she creates added stress rather then helping him release stress, or she does not appear to listen or care when he tries to talk to her .. then of course he is going to feel like being at home with the wife isn't a happy situation.

ULtimately a prostitude is also about sex, and that was also minimized in this article .. if the wife is saying no too often, and too limited in what she is willing to do for her spouse, then he will wonder why there isn't more satisfaction in his sex life, and he will look for that satisfaction elsewhere...

All of this appleis equally to a husband whose wife looks outside her marriage.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#2 Dec 31, 2013
I didn't read the article but what franko explained sounds very right.
We are hemmed in loyalty when young, so you put up with whatever
Is available and keep on feeling guilty.

“guess who Lois?”

Since: Dec 06

A little hole in the wall.

#3 Dec 31, 2013
Humhainna wrote:
I didn't read the article but what franko explained sounds very right.
We are hemmed in loyalty when young, so you put up with whatever
Is available and keep on feeling guilty.
If yuo mean that in a new relationship we go to more lengths to keep our partner happy ... yes, that seems to be the pattern. But after 5 to 10 years poeple seem to get tired of doing that, or get lazy, or presume that the relationship is solid so why go to extra lengths to keep the relatoinship going, when it is already going?

But the 7 year itch is not a myth ... somewhere in that time frame many couples seem to grow distant, and they either cheat or divorce if they are not making the effort to keep the relationship happy for thier partner.

Often it seems like one partner is waiting for the other to "make the first move" when they should both be doing it.
John

United States

#4 Dec 31, 2013
Men are sex hunters by nature. If its absent at home there are too many avenues for men to follow. The Internet makes it even easier than ever. My wife can be sitting in the same room 5 feet away & I can be searching on-line or conversing with a woman on-line. Women need to be current & up to date with sex & keep their hubbys happy....or else. I think women forget that a mans main interest in life are women....we are drawn to them helplessly. If you make his life at home miserable ( & you know who u are ladies ) he will be looking elsewhere.

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