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Secret Sex in the Suburbs. Newsweek magazine has exposed a well-kept secret—the sex lives of American wives. What they've discovered is startling. An estimated 15 percent of women cheat on their husbands. Vanessa had an affair that ended her seven-year marriage. A stay-at-home mom with two children, Vanessa said she was desperately lonely for attention as her husband, a pilot, was often not at home. My lover spoiled me rotten with compliments, jewelry, flowers and love notes.
Still, I experienced guilt, anger, denial and desperation like you would not have believed. I think my husband was too egotistical to think this could actually happen to him. Nonetheless, I have paid a very steep price in so many ways for my actions. Jennifer, a stay-at-home mom with three kids, was married for seven years before she cheated on her husband.
She says that loneliness contributed to the affair, but an emotional affair began with the other man first. Jennifer ended up leaving her husband. His one song to me was you're intelligent, articulate and intuitive, and if you harness that you can do anything you want to do.
It was about a sense of self that I didn't have before that I had now. And the physical part was completely unnecessary. It was that change in me as a human being. Lorraine Ali is a reporter for Newsweek who helped blow the lid off what they call "The New Infidelity. He's a good guy. Our marriage is fairly stable. But I'm not getting these certain things I need from him,' and one of them was attention.
You know, 60 percent of American women are working outside the house. Twenty-five percent of them are making more than their husband. They're financially independent. They have busy lives, and they're looking to blow off steam.
But also, it's like, 'I deserve this. They, too, found that women who were cheating on their husbands would end the affair if they were treated differently by their husbands. Stephanie: We would ask them, "If you came home one evening after having this affair, and you walked in the house and your husband had votive candles lit and was dressed beautifully, and he had a stew on the stove and a bottle of wine, and he looked at you and said, 'Tell me how to love you, tell me what it is I need to do to show you I love you,' what would you do?
Would you leave your lover? They want their marriage. They want their husband. Adrienne: We basically found that these women wanted what they were doing with their lovers to happen in their own lives. Brad's wife, Holly, cheated on him with a co-worker. Holly says the affair had lasted about eight months, but it had been over for six months when she confessed to Brad the truth. Brad said he sensed something was wrong within their relationship for quite some time. The couple has sought counseling to repair their marriage.
Brad: We were spending time together and, when it started, I sensed her beginning to pull away and taking on a second life. She had been a stay-at-home mom for a long time, and when she began to work outside the home, I sensed a pulling away. I sensed a distance between us. And on several occasions I would try to bring that up and address that to her and say to her, "Holly, I really feel that we're struggling here in our relationship. I feel you pulling away from me.
I feel like we're not married anymore. Let's sit down and talk about it. The topic would get changed. Holly: I could not live with the guilt. I could not live with the lies in our marriage, and I knew that for us to have an open, honest communication, there couldn't be any lies. There couldn't be any secrets. I had to put that out on the table, knowing that he may reject me, but that I had felt our marriage was worth more than that to me.
And I told him. Tina and Sam have been married for more than 20 years and have three children together.
They're basically your next door neighbors—they go to church every week, both have their Ph. Except for one small detail—Tina and Sam are swingers, often having intercourse with other couples. Sam says that they don't expect to have sex with their neighbors, but instead seek out partners at clubs or on the Internet. But he says swinging definitely isn't for everyone.
Tina says swinging has improved her sex life. Corina is a Brownie leader, a reverend…and a swinger. She and her husband explored the Internet for a swinger club, and have been swinging ever since. But Corina says that swinging is not for everyone—but she says she and her husband felt ready to explore. He wanted to do something with both of us together.
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