Feb 272013
 

She’s married, a mom.

She’s been lurking here for a while, reading, reading, reading.

She confesses that I, um, affect her – profoundly.

My writing gets her wet.

My life makes her envious.

She steeled up her courage and contacted me. She didn’t think I’d answer. But I did.

She was worried, for a moment, that I would be a threat to her marriage.

So worried that she ended our (brief) flirtation.

Then she decided that I wasn’t a threat to her marriage, but rather, that I was a necessity for her.

I’m not sure what to do with all this.

One thing’s for sure: when I inspire people to think more creatively about the options available to them as sexual beings, as husbands, as wives, I’m a happy guy.

But what of the cousin of that scenario, one in which I inspire one member of a couple to imagine a future less bleak than the one in which s/he currently finds herself, himself? But when the other member of the couple has no interest?

What then?

  4 Responses to “MILF”

  1. Wow. I’m am a married mom, and you have no idea how much reading erotica affects me and my sex life, with and without my husband. Never seen that addressed before. Nice to read.

  2. It seems as though the woman needs to have a conversation with her husband as much as she needed the friendly flirtation with you. Perhaps he could read you, or other bloggers, and learn how to get her wet with words. But if she felt that you were a threat, if only for a moment, then it is time for a conversation with her lover.

  3. I think you’re merely a catalyst, a very skilled one though. She’d find some other blog (common, you are very special, but this is the internet, after all) that gets her going almost as much as yours does.
    And yes, a conversation with her lover is much needed.

Say something! (I just did....)