What counts as cheating may get ambiguous, but whose fault it is does not. Spoiler - it's always the cheater! Yet the idea that women are somehow responsible for men cheating is as ludicrous as it is common. So the last thing we need is women espousing the idea as "advice" in books like Sugarbabe. Author Holly Hill (a pseudonym) quit her job as a psychoanalyst and put an ad online for a sugar daddy. MSN Glo interviewed her, and she had tips for wives trying to keep their husbands home with fear and jealousy.
- "Don't let yourself go - there is nothing less valued than a commodity that no one else wants."
- Put his wandering eye to work for you, not against you: "That means negotiating some infidelity if you are not 'in the mood.' It does not have to be other lovers: It could be pornography, or a lap dance [at a strip club]."
- "Never cross legs for an extended period without arranging some sort of alternative." (ed. I don't know, either!)
- "Always remind him how valuable you