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May 7, 2007

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Monogamy has fallen on hard times as of late. There's no debate. People have cheated, since the dawn of time. However nowadays, it just seems that we're more open about it happening. At least, we acknowledge that it happens to other folks, even if some would never admit to having a poke on the side. However, some dudes on Please Bang My Wife aren't shy and don't see why extramarital relations should merely happen on the sly.

These fellows spread the love of their life around hoping to quell the insatiable cock lust of their horny wives. These episodes are supposed to be 100 percent homemade, although I have to say some of these somewhat homely husbands have landed some real hotties. I suppose it helps if you tell your pretty, young bride that she doesn't have to worry about being stuck with only you to fuck you for life.

We all know amateur reality porn may stretch the realms of real-life. Therefore, Michele Gershberg of Reuters (05/04/07) gives us a bit of reality check by reporting on a book (of which the first part of its title is I'm sure the name of at least one porno I've seen) by Pamela Druckerman called, "Lust in Translation: The Rules of Infidelity from Tokyo to Tennessee."

It reveals some interesting world trends. For example, although the French have always been famous for openly cavorting with mistresses even in front of their spouses, only 3.8 percent of married men and 2 percent of married women are being unfaithful. Meanwhile, over in America, 3.9 percent of males and 3.1 percent of females are not holding true to their marriage vows.

Different cultures justify infidelity for different reasons. In the US, many lament loveless marriages. Men from South Africa say that they cheat instead of marrying a second, or third wife. Meanwhile, in Japan, it doesn't count has cheating, as long as you pay for it. In general, men living in poorer countries, or areas of political unrest were more likely to enjoy extracurricular activities outside the marriage bed.

The author explains that although in the United States many other formerly shameful secrets are considered less scandalous these days, such as unmarried mothers, divorce and even homosexuality, negative attitudes towards adultery are stronger than ever, not more relaxed. It remains the ultimate breech of trust, which may immediately end, or at least, severely hamper the future of any union.

Ms. Druckerman further points out that this negativity towards unfaithfulness seems to lead to a greater need for cheaters to confess their sins, which doesn't necessarily bode well for the future of their relationships. She wisely says, "I tend to be sympathetic to the French idea that some truths are better left unspoken."

Posted by Will Peters at May 7, 2007 1:01 AM

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