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Absolutely a great video. Thank you Dennis Prager. I, for one, don’t mind my husband looking at other women at all. I understand the need to look. After all, as a woman, I look at good looking guys myself, and it doesn’t bother him. Is this is function of healthy self esteem on both our parts? I think it could be. That, and a healthy marriage and a great sense of humor doesn’t hurt
– menu so long as we don’t order.
Nice vid Dennis but any woman insecure enough to be up set by “look’n” or Playboy or whatever; this information is going to go right over her head. I, everyone, owns their own sexuality 100%, 100% of the time. I will look at, read and fantasize about anything I like, whenever I like, for as long as I like. If that’s a problem than she and I are not companionable.
What a person might “do” sexually with another person, or others, is negotiable and can range as we see from complete monogamy to swinging. That is a freely aentered into agreement and becomes a matter of integrity.
You should worry if he doesn’t.
I thought this was common sense and known to the ancients.
Thank God for common sense and dark sunglasses.
My wife and I have a simple agreement – look but don’t touch. It has worked well for 29 years. One old gent gave me sound advice on the matter. A married man should look at another woman like he looks at the sun – briefly lest he goes blind because his wife will scratch his eyes out. Thank goodness for peripheral vision.
A few things to add from the opinion of a woman who has often been told “you are hot” as well as “you are beautiful” by both men and women alike (and I hope it does not anger you that I admit that):
1. The pictures you showed of the women in this video are mostly attractive/beautiful women who are dressed in a sexy way. Skin and “sexy” anything gets everyones attention, even women.
2. In a research study babies stared at the faces of beautiful woman much longer than less attractive women and the faces of men.
3. Dennis is correct. Men (and women) will always notice beautiful/sexy women.
4. That does not mean that a man does not still hurt a woman’s feelings by making a fuss or staring at beautiful/sexy women.
5. You should put the feelings of your wife ahead of your desire to look.
6. I disagree that a man is physically incapable of “not looking” as Dennis states. Or at least have the decency to know the impact this has on your wife and Be Discreet! I cannot emphasize this enough. This little act of kindness will earn you big-time points in other areas of your marriage by building trust and confidence. Noticing an attractive woman is one thing. Making a big freaking deal about it is juvenile and reduces your woman’s trust in you in many other ways. Namely, no grown woman wants to know that she is actually married to man who is immature to the point of being hurtful. Grown men have mastered the art of discretion.
7. Who says women don’t like variety, too? When removed from the consequences of sex with multiple partners, many women would admit to this as well.
Abigail van Buren wrote, long ago, that it’s when your man stops looking that you need to worry.
…or when he starts looking at other guys.
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