It has to be said, many of us have cheated on our partners. Whether that is a kiss in a nightclub or a fell blown affair is one for our own memory banks. Still it is safe to say that at at least one point in our life we have likely engaged in behaviour which if our partner found out about, we would be in serious trouble.
The idea of having sex with the same person for the rest of your life is not only difficult but also boring for many people. At the same time, there are some who find it romantic and incredible, though pretty hard with all these temptations.
People have affairs. We’ve come to accept that the urge to cheat is in most of us, and while many like to think they’ll never do it, we aren’t so sure. When a sexy person comes your way it is hard to resist, and it seems that pretty much everyone struggles with that desire to explore sex with someone new.
Ashley Madison is known for making the papers. For a start, it’s a dating website specifically for married people seeking affairs, so there are plenty of people out there happy to draw attention to it and condemn the users for being there in the first place.
Alan was worried. His wife had arranged a meal at a romantic restaurant for his birthday, followed by a night in a swanky hotel, but he knew that he wouldn’t get sex. He couldn’t remember the last time they had sex, never mind the last time they had good sex.
2014 has already seen the introduction of numerous peculiar, playful and practical apps, but have you heard of the app that claims to allow men to “outsource their relationships”? Labelling itself as “your clever relationship wingman”, the BroApp will send selected texts to you partner throughout the day so that they know they are always on your mind.<