Australian Holly Hill has a solution to infidelity.
She believes the solution to cheating and adultery is to make it more acceptable:
"It's better to walk the dog on a leash than let it escape through an unseen hole in the back fence."Holly Hill (not her real name) is the author of a book that details her time as a mistress. She says:
"I think that cheating men are normal... Monogamous men are heroes. Monogamy does have a place in relationships, but not on the long-term. Men are hard-wired to betray women on the long-term."After she was dumped by a married boyfriend, she placed an ad looking for sugardaddies who would support her in return for companionship and sex.
(She was 39 years old, but lied and said she was 35.)
At first she thought she wasn't a prostitute, but later she realized of course she was.
Ms. Hill, with a degree in psychology and her year-long experience as a mistress, says she's only saying out loud what most of us know is true:
"Men need to get their rocks off... If a woman crosses her legs for any length of time and doesn't arrange some sort of alternative for her man, he is going to cheat on her."She and her boyfriend use "negotiated infidelity" as part of their relationship, where they set boundaries on what they can and cannot do with other lovers.
Ms. Hill believes if more couples practiced this type of open cheating, there would be less heartache from hidden cheating.
'Sugarbabe' favors negotiated infidelity, CNN>>