Wives cheat on husband and expect him to respond as women do. It does not work. When he cheats, she wants to know. When she cheats, he wants to go. This difference steers women into trouble.
Ώ Women should be but are not haunted by this question: Does a younger thing attract a man away from his wife, or does his wife lose her ability to hold him, or does she drive him away? Women automatically blame him or his new trophy. Wives are always innocent, victimized, and flooded with peer empathy and sympathy to restore emotional letdown or breakdown.
Ώ Conquered women lack the allure of attractive unconquered ones. She may be a good lay or good wife or both, but the attractive and unconquered still attract him. To hold a man’s devotion, a woman must compensate for his giving up freedoms. Instead, modern women view as unfair this inequality in Nature. Thus, they lose focus on their natural abilities to capture and hold onto one man.
Ώ Successful marriage requires relationship management expertise. Women qualify as experts, but men don’t. Men are more culprit than polished for that. Masculinity steers men toward other conquests and away from one woman. It takes an expert’s best efforts to overcome his hormonal urges. Once again, life ain’t fair, but women need men more than the reverse.
Ώ If a man acts as though he will not honor a woman’s desire to withhold and delay his conquest, then she has not imposed her dominance sufficiently well to quiet his. She’ll do better to back off, take a slower approach, and make him invest himself more deliberately—or just put him back in the parade.
Ώ The female gender has made itself politically, morally, and socially entitled to masculine-style sexual freedom. It’s a major cause of so much trouble keeping a man’s devotion. When many women act sexually unattached, wives too easily become suspect in the eyes of their man. He knows what other men are after. Can he be sure she’s different from other women? Consequently, casual sexual practices of the sisterhood poison faithful marriages.
[More about the fickle girl appears at post 93 and 34.]