I don’t really have a problem with just wanting sex. I just wanted to see what it was like to be with different people. – Jessica Alba in “Cosmo” There’s a common misconception that only a wanton slut, a Desperate Housewife, or De De the Dogfaced Girl would be the kind of woman open to a one-night stand.
I feel like a lot of women try to make it into more, so they don’t feel so bad about just wanting to have sex.“I thought I’d lost it,” said Billie, a wife of eight years. He has time for everyone except me.” “If friends and colleagues were enough,” Kim, a wife of 10 years, complained, “I wouldn’t have married. I want someone who’s with me, who can share my life on a daily basis.” No one expects it to happen. If he’s home he’s on the phone talking over strategies for the next game or meeting.But more and more women are embracing their own empowerment and sense of fun and adventure, while choosing to leave the judgments and labels in the dark ages where they belong.We’re all aware of the stereotypes of a weepy woman waiting by the phone for her one night stand wonder to fulfill his empty promise of “I’ll call you…” or the wannabe-wife who believes a night of sex translates into choosing a caterer and color theme for the wedding.She might be too busy to be tied down by a long-term commitment or maybe obligations make her feel trapped.Perhaps she’s living out a lifelong fantasy of going home with a sexy stranger. I had an overwhelming impulse to ask him to hug me. I finally had to admit how lonely I felt.” “I’m tired of feeling alone,” Diane, who’s been married 14 years, commented. He has a ball game or a meeting nearly every night.Marriage is supposed to prevent loneliness, isn’t it? In our work with couples, we’ve frequently heard the same kind of complaint: “I’m married, but I’m lonely.” We all crave the physical and emotional intimacy of a spouse who’s really there for us.My Wing Girl Zoey tells you exactly when a woman is open to a one night stand!I could have a one night stand, and I’m the kind of girl who looks over in the morning and is like, ‘Do you really have to be here?