I came home early from a business trip, taking a late flight. As I pulled up to my house, I could see a flickering light from the bedroom window. I shut of the engine and coasted into the driveway with the lights off. Quietly, I made my way to the bedroom, not knowing what to expect. I walked in and saw my wife Barbara and her sister-in-law going at it. Karen, her sister-in-law, had a strap-on and was using it on my wife. I immediately joined in, pleasuring my wife. When we were finished, my wife said she was ashamed, but she and her sister-in-law had been sexually attracted to each other for some time and that it was the first time for them. Karen asked if I would do her next. I told Barbara that we had a new toy and I wasn't mad they were playing around.
— Marty, 45
These Outdated Dating Rules? Break 'Em!
In some ways, we've made progress. We know it's okay for a girl to make the first move; we know it's perfectly all right to split the check. But we're still holding on to some relationship regulations that just don't make sense.
Myths Men and Women Believe About Each Other
Are men really from Mars and women from Venus? Or maybe this is just one of those flippant statements that has been bandied around so much, it's taken on a life of its own. There are a lot of things people tend to sigh out of frustration about the opposite sex that have taken on a mythical quality. Sweeping generalizations are nothing but harmful stereotypes that can affect your relationship, from the first moment you approach someone to your intimate time together as a couple. You don't want to use myths to blame or excuse behavior -- rather, look at the individual for whom he or she is and not as a cliché or hackneyed image. Here are the top five myths men and women tend to believe about each other: