Larger text size Very large text size Last week, I received a phone call from a married man I met recently at a party. Now if, like me, you are a single woman, you'll probably know what comes next. Yes, he asked me out on a date. What was blatantly obvious was how he wanted our meeting to end, and that was in my bed. The reason he was asking me, he told me, was that he thinks I am "going to waste" being single.
Jilly Cooper: married men are having gay affairs because they're 'terrified of women'
This sheds some truth to a joke about how a lady can put off a guy, only to become interested when the same man focuses their attention on another lady. While it used to feel as though these married men used to trick the unmarried women into the relationships, things seem to now be changing. More unmarried women are apparently becoming attracted to married men, and intentionally seeking them out for seduction. We set out to seek an explanation from different people as to why this is so and this is what we gathered:
Is marriage really on the decline because of men's cheap access to sex?
Married men, don't give time to a single woman who admires your shine yet she mocks and disrespects the wife who is responsible for your shine and has stood with you. Single ladies, don't give time to a man who disrespects his wife. If he disrespects her, he will disrespect you too. Married men, the solutions to your marital problems are not found between the legs of single ladies.
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