Cheating housewives shouldn't be shamed!
Picture a lonely wife. She is unappreciated, misunderstood, and maybe even really horny. Luckily, she might have some courage to do something about it.
Over the course of mankind’s resume with marriage, female adulterers were taking a giant chance by even considering an affair.
Sure, they could survive it, but they would probably be overcome by the overwhelming pressure of that experience. In other words, women had little to non-existent power throughout the majority of history and the consequences of getting caught having an affair would result in physical punishment and/or catastrophic public shaming.
Nope, history was not so kind to the female sex. Men, meanwhile, were not just excused for their sexual adventures, they were often rewarded for them- sometimes with respect and admiration. History’s greatest heroes were men who also happened to have plenty of women on the side. Napoleon, Martin Luther King Jr., JFK and Bill Clinton just to name a few of those unfaithful icons.
But the most fascinating example of infidelity is a rather famous influential scientist named Albert Einstein, you might have heard of him?! In a National Geographic article(3) documenting the late genius’ views on monogamy, we find out Einstein had several extramarital affairs and was quite the charismatic wooer.
Einstein refused to accept that humans are wired for monogamy and, according to the article, even adopted a type of free spirited love when it came to matters of exploring the libido.
More poignant were the words he wrote in his letters, “I am sure you know that most men (as well as quite a number of women) are not monogamously endowed by nature.”
Powerful words from the man so synonymous with intelligence, most of society still considers him the Michael Jordan of genius. What is interesting to note, however, is the reference to ‘quite a number of women.’ Perhaps this suggests that women are not made for monogamy any more than men, but rather, women adopted it as a matter of conditioning and as a measure of survival and security throughout time.
“Nature will come through even stronger if convention and circumstances are putting resistances in the way of the individual.”
Resistance indeed. Now that women are living in modern times where security is no longer an issue, there is an ability to ask more self-fulfilling questions about happiness, and with ‘quite a number of women,’ the answers point to the thrill of passion and acceptance of an animal instinct. Welcome to an era of female empowerment through affairs.