Unfortunately for many, they wake up one day to realize their partner is not recognizable to them anymore (physically, emotionally, personally…) and so while our service may “offend” some we “satisfy” millions by offering them an alternative to the monotony of monogamy.
The model in the ad gives ahell of a response here, but the first commenter gets it the best:
Here’s my thing, if you don’t want to fuck you wife, tell her. Leave it up to her to say “that’s cool, let’s swing” or “get the hell out.” Communication in relationships, what a novel idea.
Because there’s already an alternative to the monotony of monogamy: It’s callednot being monogamous. You don’t actually have to be married or in an exclusive relationship if you don’t want to be. I get that there’s tremendous societal pressure to be coupled up, but if it is that important to you to fuck people other than your wife, you either find a wife who is cool with that or you don’t find a wife at all.
Relationships break down, people use sex or the lack thereof as a weapon or a currency or both, etc. And it’s one thing to have an honest conversation about that, about if you and your spouse still care about each other and if the original rules still apply (by the way, there’s of course no male equivalent ad with a big dude with uneven neck fur giving a come-hither look at the camera). It’s another to make the independent decision that you have no choice but to use a skeezy web site to fuck around due to the unbearable burden your plump lovely has placed upon poor you.
I have no righteous opinion on monogamy or marriage as it relates to the choices of anybody else. What gets my back up is the idea that it is ever okay to excuse yourself from having to decide just what it is you actually want, and disguising it with a bunch of crazy bullshit behavior that’s unnecessary.