A married man- to many of us this word may represent our fathers, husbands or the title we hope to bestow on our fiancés one day, but it comes as no surprise for some of you to learn that for some women the word “married man”, represents their main attraction.
Yes, we all want what we can’t always have, perhaps the latest Louboutins or a custom-made McQueen gown, we hope and wish that someday we’ll be able to attain these luxury aspirations, but what happens what when a women starts actively focusing her energy on another woman’s husband?
It’s not a new trend; on the contrary, women have been after other women’s husbands for years, but I’m starting to feel that this trend is on the rise- in Lebanon, and the worst part: the taboo undertone is no longer as present.
With a ratio of 6 women to every man who blames those home wreckers, correct? Wrong! This is not the story where an innocent lady in her mid-to-late twenties is fooled into a love triangle by some deceitful man sans his wedding band, with a wife and kids at home, rather this is a story of the girls that go out on the hunt-for any man-and if he happens to be married, oh well, it’s fair game and she’ll just have to work harder at luring him into leaving his wife for her. At ANY cost.
A friend of a friend of mine is dating a married man. I wouldn’t describe her as a smart girl, but her brain is functional enough to have sustained her steady job for some years now. He’s a well established man in his forties, the best part: He wears his wedding band even while he’s out with her. She’s seen him out with his wife a couple of times before she became his side-dish, and became very envious of what they had. She knew that not in a million years would she ever be able to land such a man, so she decided she may as well have a taste, and that’s exactly what she did.
He’s a scumbag, the lowest of the low, but this story isn’t about him. It’s about the women who knowingly pursue married men, hoping that one day, he won’t be able to live without them, and that they will put everything on the line, for them. That seldom happens, really, and when the wife forgives him and takes him back, the only villain left in this story, will be the one who dated a married man.
Do you know any home wreckers?