Monday, May 11, 2009

And I thought American men had sex on the brain.

I found this story rather interesting. If a 7 day lack of relations hurt his marriage I can only imagine how the 6 weeks following a baby would affect him. I am a firm believer in granting my guy whatever 'relief' he needs. He works hard and deserves some release and hey I get happy time too but if there is something going on that requires a bit of space between togetherness then we will survive. Our house is usually full of people. People who require attention and have a hard time respecting a locked door. We are lucky to find time once a week at the moment. Suing over a 7 day dry spell just strikes me as ridiculous and so completely disrespectful to his wife. I mean seriously how tortured to wait 7 days and over a cause his wife obviously believes in. If the Hubs sued over something like this the week wait would be extended for the foreseeable future.


  1. "A Kenyan man has sued activists who called on women to boycott sex to protest the growing divide in the nation's coalition government."

    How not having sex is a protest to the divide in the nation's coalition government is a question which shall haunt my dreams forever.

  2. Lol I didn't want to go there as I was so astounded at the lawsuit itself.

  3. Not to worry. This bozo is a figurehead, trying to humiliate and diminish the organization of women, and the ability of women to exert any political influence.

    The description of charges in the lawsuit read like standard, boilerplate lawyer-speak.

    Never confuse lawyer-speak with what passes within the home.

    Besides, I imagine any stress the dude encountered was due to finding his authority over his wife questioned, not the sex he missed out on. He should have been able to handle any abstinence-related trauma by himself.

  4. "He should have been able to handle any abstinence-related trauma by himself."

    hehehehe, sorry, that comment picture made me giggle.


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