Thursday, February 23, 2006

steak > burger

So I got an email from a reader asking for "web help". Somewhere out there, an ex-husband had written something on his website, and she was asking me what could be done, if anything, to get what he wrote off the web. I took a look at the site, and all I found was a very vague reference that she had cheated on him, and this is apparently a Bad Thing. To be honest, I disagree.

If anything, it reflects poorly on him. Can someone please tell me why a woman has to be faithful to a man who isn't doing his job of satisfying her sexual needs? If his lovemaking skills were up to par, then she would not have had to go elsewhere to find satisfaction.

We've all heard the expression "why go out for burgers when you have steak at home". Apparently in this case, there was no steak at home.

All relationships are based on mutual happiness, and a marriage vow should be a formalization of something that is implicit, not a prison sentence. A woman is (or should be) faithful because she is satisfied and happy - not because of an oath.

If she cheated on him, then its his fault for being a poor lay. If he chooses to advertise that on his website, then not only is he bad in bed, but apparently not very bright either.


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