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Sex Advice from a 98-Year-Old - Esquire - Esquire: EXCERPT | ...
"Did you have lots of boyfriends growing up in the 1930s?
I never had boyfriend trouble. I always had plenty of guys. Always.
You've been married three times. Tell me about the first.
Oh, Christ. The first time was right after I graduated from prep school. I was seventeen years old—what did I know about living? Nothing. He wasn't for me but I married him anyway. I didn't know any better. I had my kids with him, so it was worth it. Then I divorced him. Then someone fixed me up with a man from Chattanooga. He was the cheapest son of a bitch that ever lived. So I divorced him, too. ... "
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See also: COMMENTS below article ... EXCERPT | Dewey Gaedcke · UT Austin
" ... To all the people who use the word "slut" to deride to a woman, I'd like to say that I'd prefer a partner who's in her body and shamelessly knows what she wants over some incredibly narrow minded and self-righteous "thinker" who cannot see beyond the really nonsensical stereotypes they had crammed into their vulnerable minds when they were 6 years old---women have the same rights to explore, experiment and discover their preferences as men do and anyone who believes differently has really rigid thinking skills---and with regard to "home-wrecker", it's the husband who has the agreement with his wife---to imagine that the home/relationship was intact and loving up and until he cheated is just more really simplistic and narrow thinking---not to mention ignoring the crazy shit his wife may be doing to which our surface oriented culture has no label to describe or even recognize---dynamics between people are incredibly complex and if you cant move beyond black and white thinking, spend some time looking at yourself and see what's going on with that... "