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By Cheryl Dickow My first job after college graduation was as a “Training Specialist” at a large corporation. I taught computer software classes. It was the mid-80’s and I had all sorts of plans for life. I had just delivered my first son and my sister was his caregiver during my long days at work. I loved my job, I loved my new baby, and I loved my husband. Although the plan was to essentially have it all, I can’t say it was as much my ... Continue Reading

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  1. Zee
    5 years ago

    No offense but even though this article is SUPPOSED to be directed at women, It seems to emphasis men's gratification over women. What am I chopped liver? What happens when it;s the man's failure in bedroom and not the woman's? Part of modern thinking is that both parties can fail in the same way. So using the grass cutting analysis is actually not relevant, especially when many women do yard work AND clean the house. It just feels to me as a woman, my physical needs are irrelevant and if I WERE to make any sexual requests of my (hypothetical) husband, something is wrong with me? Let's get real here. The idea of sex as a "duty" seems to imply only one gratified party, not two. What happens when the man is "not in the mood"?. are we supposed to roll over and accept this excuse?

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