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Cheating, infidelity, affair or fling—regardless what you call it, the reaction for those on the receiving end, will share one commonality. Becoming aware of your partner’s indiscretion is a painful situation to endure.

I did not go astray in any of my past relationships, and from my knowledge, my exes returned the favor. Though I did not personally experience cheating, I can understand from the outside looking in, the tragedy you must face.

We each have a way of knowing when a relationship is over. Something occurs inside that you use as a barometer, to determine the precise moment you should walk away. There is no right or wrong here; it is simply your form of measurement.

For me, the moment I know my feelings have subsided in the relationship, occurs when I can envision her having sex with another man, and I feel absolutely nothing. This may not be the case for others, but this is when I know the relationship is over.

As men, we have a deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep psychological thing about us, where we subconsciously want to imagine our girlfriends or wives, has never been with another man. Some guys take this far more seriously than others do, whereas some consider the topic irrelevant.

Regardless which side of the fence you happen to be, the average guy has a deep connection with his partner physically.

However, that is not to say males only care about their partners physically.  Interestingly enough, some males are able to have sex with other women, but the mere thought of his partner talking to another man becomes problematic.

Where am I going with this?

When a man thinks of sex and his partner, and this is generally speaking of course, the idea of anyone else in that vision is enough to send him into a rage. Are there men in relationships, able to accept their partner having sex with other men?

Strangely enough, quite a number of guys actually pay other men, to have sex with their wives or girlfriends. They get off seeing other men, experience body exploration sessions with their partners.

To answer the question, yes…some men think it is fully acceptable, for their partners to have sex with other men.

No judgment here, but that to me, is utterly insane. LoL.

These men are in the minority, and do not represent the norm. I will therefore speak on men in the majority.

Can you trust again, after experiencing her betrayal? This is a tricky one, but it is possible. However, there is a layer to this, which I think makes the possibility different for men, in comparison to women.

You see, men understand that in order to have sex with a woman; a man must overcome many emotional walls.

Before I proceed with the explanation, I have to elaborate on this concept of breaking down walls. By now, you guys know I have to speak the truth, and sometimes it stings.

There are no walls to overcome, when a woman considers herself sexually liberated, which we all know is code word for sexually easy.

They may not want to accept this reality as sexually liberated women, but if a guy is looking for a quick sexual fix, you are first on the list.

There is more challenge completing Call of Duty on the veteran level, than it is to have sex with this group of women.

The amount of energy it takes me to locate my favorite show on Netflix, is perhaps less energy than it takes for a guy to have sex with women, whom are sexually easy. This is not slut-shaming, misogyny, sexism, etc. It is simply the reality.

You say that you want sexual liberation—you got it. I am simply stating my opinion, through truth liberation.

When I reference breaking down walls, it does not apply to these types of women, the same way if the roles were reversed, it would not apply for men, who have sex with any person with a pulse.

With that said, in a male’s pursuit for sexual contact with women, we are aware that his advances will take effort. The average male is fully aware of this.

This man will have to gain some degree of trust, which means we imagine communication between a woman and the man in question.

We envision a comfort level between her and this other man, which means he is breaking down her emotional guard. We may not assess this on a conscious level, but subconsciously, these thoughts simply occur.

When you piece together these things, you begin to understand that the other man gained her physically, by first entering her emotionally. If you want to bruise a man’s ego, that is one way to destroy his entire sense of masculinity.

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