I lift the lid on affairs between married women and single men. There are some pit falls you may not have realised?
Affairs between Married Women and Single men the truth!
I am not qualified as a life-councillor or Psychiatrist, however I have had experience of different relationships for which some I’m proud of and some I’m not. There is a well documented sexual connection between married women and single, available men. In a recent survey I read, it stated that just over 32% of married women will have an extra marital affair at some stage of their married life.
To qualify my opinions as regards this sensitive subject I will say that I have had relations with more than one married woman and less than ten, that’s as far as I will go for glaringly obvious reasons. These affairs were strictly in the past and that is where they are going to stay.
So what is the attraction between married women and single men? In the recent box office hit film ’Casino Royale’ starring the new James Bond played by Daniel Craig, there is a scene between James Bond and the attractive super villains wife. During a steamy encounter between James and the married woman, she says along the lines of,
“So James do you always date married women? Is it because its exciting?”
James replies along the lines of,
“No its not the danger of doing something you shouldn’t it’s the safety of having no strings attached, and yes I only date married women”
To some extent there is truth in the conversation. A married woman cannot see the man when ever she wants to and visa versa the single man can’t just turn up on her door step when he wants to see her even for a cup of tea!
Practicality and convenience play a factor in the extra marital affairs to. Let me explain supposing you’re a single guy out for a night with your friends perhaps night-clubbing, you see an attractive woman out with her friends and you strike up a conversation. The conversation will flow very nicely and the woman will match your compliments and be very outgoing towards you, this is because of the time factor.