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Sunday, February 06, 2005

Fucking for money: Sex rears its yummy head 2


A friend of mine who was mildly flirting with a friend, was suddenly offered money to have sex with him. She knows him quite well; wouldn’t mind fucking him; knows she can keep it a secret from her husband; and the money is quite a lot.

So she’s thinking about it and wants to know:

1) Should she do it?
2) If she does it, does that make her a whore or a prostitute?
3) If it makes her a whore, is that so bad?

What do YOU think? If it’s too much hassle to post a comment here, email me at everteden@earthlink.net and I’ll post your comment anonymously for you.

2 Comments:

At 2/06/2005 8:11 AM, Blogger Blog ho said...

Dear sweet lord this was one of those "next blogs" that I was thrilled to get to.

One thing before I give you my super-valuable opinion I have a question about the picture. Is it yours? If so, may I use it in some future project? I have these ideas with penis shaped things... I would so appreciate an email at blogho@yahoo.com

Now then. The simple answer is hell yes she should do it. Sex is king and money is secondary. The top two items on the list coming together for a common purpose is a...once in a lifetime dream for me...to be the payee, of course, not the payOR. Or the payER. Either way.

Finally, the real answer is that she should never talk to that dude again. Anyone willing to offer cash to a married chick for sex is at best dubious. If she really is interested she should get a divorce post-haste and change careers to full time whore.

Thank you for the amusing post.

 
At 2/06/2005 4:30 PM, Blogger Tracy Q said...

The Politically Correct answer is -- commercial sex is a job like any other. If your husband accepts the fact that you work for a living and aren't supported by him, ought he to make noise about what kind of work you do? I think not.

But maybe her husband is supporting her. So, what would really be at stake is his masculine pride: Does paid sex with another man imply that her husband can't take care of her material needs? There is so much that we don't know! Of course it's none of our business but she did ask... Men are always lusting after married women and the Belle de Jour fantasy is a common one. It's possible the man who offered $ is enjoying the risk factor of being caught or found out by her husband. Or he might try to blackmail her... or he might just be a randy admirer and a fond memory when she's 800 years old. Sometimes I think we should use the "when I'm 800" test. It goes "WHEN I'm 800 years old, will I look back on X and think 'Oh, I shouldn't have. How selfish, immoral, deceptive and downright lucrative. How sexually vain and desirable I was. I can hardly bear to recall the men who wined, dined, paid, admired and '... blah blah blah." If you won't regret having had your cake and eating it too, at 800, maybe it's time for a little cake. But watch out for perverse blackmailers with cellphone cameras. They exist.

 

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