Originally Posted by FrenchFry
LOL yeah I am passionate about this. I actually do get where the guys who have issues with this and I absolutely get why people would be uncomfortable with girls/guys night out. I can't count the times I've been on the recieving end of some heavy flattery from men who for some reason see me as vulnerable, and you are right it absolutely doesn't stop them with a ring on your finger. I don't think I'm particularly unique though when I say I don't care/buy into it, because I do know where my bread is buttered. I'm passionate about this because I ended relationships because of this fundamental disagreement as to exactly what me and my friends are doing.
It was definitely the right thing to do because if a person is going to be hurt no matter what steps I take to ensure a pleasurable cheat free time, we weren't right for each other. My husband gets it, so I married him
I'm also passionate about it because I don't think it's fair to throw all women under the same bus when it comes to going out. I just want to make it clear, hey, some of us really like dancing and don't give a crap about the other men.
For the record, I am a twenty-something, my husband is a thirty something and we don't go out much at all anymore because we have diapers to buy. Posted via Mobile Device
Good stuff FrenchFry. We need to follow our personal priorities and so on for sure.
It seems your hubby went into this with eyes wide open ( not eyes wide shut which is an interesting movie for its own reasons ). Coolness.
Part of why I chose my wife is that she was not into this lifestyle. I was ready for a change myself. If at some point out of the blue she wanted to start doing this I would have special concern if for nothing else than the big change.
So in your opinion, if a woman were to make such a change after 16 years of marriage and started doing all nighters in the manner described by the OP might she be any different than yourself? I know there would be indiviudal differences but all else equal might she be less savvy? Serious question.