Best app for married dating
In just a few days, men I’d never met had offered to date me, to degrade me, to make me come a dozen times, to take me to dinner, to take me to Paris, to make me couscous.I’ve always felt like an average-looking woman, a solid 6 or maybe a 7 if I bother to wear mascara, but swiping through my matches and messages, I felt like a special species. Just not really hard-core stuff like coprophilia (pooping on each other).
I wondered if Tinder, which brought the world of dating within finger-tap distance, was accelerating the shift? A few days later, I asked my husband if he’d mind if the two of us set up profiles and tried out the app. “Just texting and chatting.” After a decade and a half together, we weren’t in any acute crisis.
I received one message after another, plenty from creeps but plenty from seemingly respectable suitors.
For the first time in 16 years, men who were not my husband looked at me (or at least at pictures of me), and told me they liked what they saw.
Perhaps, I thought, the less one needed from men, the more one could enjoy them. I was considering the proposal when he said that after dinner, he’d really like me to come with him to his hotel room.
And also, he’d really like me to bring a beautiful married friend along.