Wife dating black
If you have strong desires to sleep with someone else, you’ve got to ask yourself why?What are you gaining that you don’t have with your current partner?There will be some Black men that you could potentially fall in love with and some that you would hate. In other words, your desire to be with another guy has less to do with his race, and probably more to do with issues in your marriage.And unless you’re in a polyamorous or otherwise open marriage, then NO I do not think you should “go for it”. If you are in an open relationship, just remember to be honest and honor the commitments you’ve made to your husband. Do you think she’s developing a “type” of man that’s totally different from you?
If it’s something you have a hunch about, it could be that you’re being hypersensitive to the issue.
Author’s note: We’re not sure if these questions are related (in the same household) or not, but they came to our inbox around the same time, so we thought we’d answer them as a unit. Dear Sexes(#1): I have been married to my wife for 24 years.
If they are a pair, then hopefully we can help to begin a dialogue between the questioners. I have noticed for a few years that she seems to be attracted to big black guys and goes out of her way to talk to them. Dear Sexes (#2): I am a married white woman, and I have a strong desire to have sex with a black man. She Said: First, to the husband in question #1 – Everyone has a fantasy life.
For instance, if she had the same conversation with a white dude, you may not even notice because of the fact that he’s like you.
But when she talks to Black guys, you take note because you think to yourself, “He’s not like me.