Msny of you will remember the film “The Go Between”, where a young boy acted as a secret means of communication between lovers.
It’s a fact of life that many affairs are exposed by suspicious spouses checking out their other halfs mobile phone – contacts and texts.
As our site name suggests, we take adultery seriously, and in that context we are developing a Go Between service to pass messages, meet up details etc between lovers.
The basic framework would be that we would supply you with a mobile number which would be answered by somebody of the “appropriate” sex, you would leave the message for your lover which would then be personally delivered to your lover, again by somebody of the appropriate sex.
In the event spouses do any checking up, they find themselves talking to their husbands “squash partner”, or their wifes “beautician” etc, so if any checking up goes on, your position is safe.
Rather than launch something that doesn’t exactly meet you needs, we need feedback from YOU, our readers so we can tailor our service accordingly, and crucially, how much you would be willing to pay for such a peace of mind service, and would you prefer £ per month or per use.
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In yet another frank admission from a celebrity, wailing, queerly-spelt country chanteuse LeAnn Rimes has opened up to a US magazine about her affair with Eddie Cibrian.
Apparently, he too is a celebrity of sorts (I had to look it up, but he is on CSI Miami and had a role in Ugly Betty, trivia fans) and was married as well when the affair began.
Eventually, Rimes’ 7 year marriage to Dean Sheremet broke down and Cibrian’s wife walked out on him when she discovered the affair.
Rimes told People magazine:
“I take responsibility for everything I’ve done. I hate that people got hurt… But I don’t regret the outcome. I did one of the most selfish things that I possibly could do, in hurting someone else. I never once thought what I was doing was OK”
So there you have it!
One thing to note is that Rimes feels that while painful and wrong, her affair has led her to a happier place and a new life of sorts. We dwell a lot in these pages about instances where affairs end unhappily for those having them (partly because they end horribly sometimes) but it’s worth remembering that they can be a route to deliverance for at least some of the people involved.
You have to wonder whether it’s worth it. Sure, there’s the pulsating pleasure of illicit sex – the kind of steaming passion you haven’t felt since you were a desperate teenager… but what when it goes wrong?
GP Colin Shawcross is merely the latest addition to the pile of dead bodies caused by extramarital sex. The good doctor became friends with nurse Julie Hill after taking her out to dinner when she was moving jobs from the Sheffield Hallam hospital.
Of course, you can’t have dinner with a chick these days without it ending up in a hotel room and it was little surprise when the two found themselves in a series of steamy clinches. Dr. Shawcross was unusually frank about his affair – showing a little bit more honour than many of those who’ve found their way onto these pages. He told his wife about the affair and moved out of the family home.
For once, a love that blossomed illicitly seemed to have a bit of hope for the future.
Meanwhile, Hill too confessed to her husband. But rather than the relatively civilised and adult arrangement that the Shawcrosses managed to find for themselves, Hill’s husband took it all rather badly.
In a series of text messages, he threatened suicide until Hill moved back in with him out of fear. But under such circumstances, things could never last. When at last she announced that she was leaving him for good, it unleashed a tidal wave of fury. He smashed her mobile phone against a wall… threw her personal effects from the window… and then set out to find Dr. Shawcross.
We can only speculate what went through the doctor’s mind as the enraged husband approached his car. Seconds later, he was beyond thought – his skull split by a pick-axe handle. After the savage attack, his killer bundled his body into the boot and attempted to bury it in nearby woodland.
The case, as they say, continues.
So another tale of extramarital sex ends in tragedy and death. When will you people learn? But even so – you’re still interested, aren’t you? Why not tell us about it in person before you wind up in these pages as just another statistic…
Normally (insofar as the experiences we cover can be classed as “normal”) adultery takes place between two consenting adults – one of whom is in a marriage. Textbook definitions and all that. Occasionally though, a case comes to our attention that is even less savoury.
Madeleine Martin, 39, of Knutsford, Cheshire was jailed today for sleeping with a 15 year old pupil in her care. The two had begun talking through Facebook and after apparently under a weeks’ worth of cybersex proceeded to full sex in various places like his uncle’s house and a supermarket car park (where a security guard shooed them away).
At her hearing, the judge noted that her relationship with her husband had “ended” but without divorce she was still committing adultery, which really seems like the lesser of two sins here anyway.
It is interesting to note that reaction is rather different to when girls get abused by boys. Partly, I daresay we can easily picture the victim getting massive kudos from his mates from shagging a teacher in a way we can’t ever imagine a girl doing. However, his parents puncture that rosy picture, saying that he had ‘lost his sparkle’ and was no longer in full time education having been picked on by other children in his year.
Maybe the judge sums it up best:
“You started to abuse the trust you were entrusted with. Eventually you lured him into intimacies which should never have happened. You are to blame, not him. Those of either sex in a position of trust must expect significant punishment when they abuse that trust – especially sexually.”
Amy Winehouse has found herself divorced following some extra-marital shindigs. Frankly, we’d have divorced her on the basis of irreconcilable hair, but there you go. Her estranged hubbie, Blake Fielder-Civil was granted the divorce by decree nisi after Winehouse admitted adultery in court.
Normally, in cases of celebrity cheating, we find that it’s because the famous party is stunning, gifted and rich. Whoever thought that an encounter with the skeletal Winehouse, pepped up on goofballs and wandering around reeking of gin represented an attractive proposition has our sympathy.
Surely no coincidence that he wasn’t named in court. Would you have publicly confessed to having had her gnashers anywhere near your groin?
Noddy. The Famous Five. The Secret Seven. Thatched cottages and lashings of ginger beer. That’s the Enid Blyton we know. But a new TV drama, starring Helena Bonham-Carter and with the approval of Blyton’s daughter Imogen is set to reveal that the author was actually “bonkers”.
Maybe that’s no news to anyone, but the show also reveals that she was a cold-blooded adulteress. Cripes!
Blyton’s daughters have explicitly endorsed the show’s portrayal of heras a weird, distant and manipulative mother. Amongst authors of children’s books, this is surprisingly common. It is held by some that the best children’s authors are themselves childlike and unable to deal with adult relationships.
Having said that, there was nothing childlike in Blyton’s affairs – which were numerous. Perhaps the most stunning news of all is that her elder daughter is to announce in an upcoming book of reminisces about life with her mother that Blyton was also having a lesbian affair with the girls’ nanny.
If this sort of thing is common among children’s authors, we’re still hoping that J.K. Rowling is still playing the field. She’s a prime piece of wizard-writing ass, and no mistake.
Cheating in Parliament is everywhere. Can’t escape it. Fraudulent expenses claims, fake second homes, duck islands and all the rest of it. Frankly, all that dry financial information and dreary form-filling and regulation makes one yearn for the days when MPs were sullying the green benches with the results of their sexploits.
The prospective Conservative candidate Elizabeth Truss has reminded us of the whiff of moralising that still hangs over MPs and their doings. So to speak.
Selected as the candidate in the Norfolk South West constituency, Truss was presented as one of the new, young, female faces of the modern Tories. However, she has had a brush with infidelity that has raised hackles with the local party.
The association has refused to yield to pressure from Conservative high command and last week voted to deselect her as the candidate for the constituency. The accusation is not only that she was sleeping with a married man, but that she failed to mention it during the selection process.
There’s maybe a grain of sympathy to be had with the latter point – MPs are these days expected to be whiter-than-white. But really, the affair was public knowledge long before she was put up as a candidate and frankly if they didn’t look into her past they’ve only themselves to blame.
I think there’s something interesting in the way she’s being treated – and it’s typical of the double standards that are applied to women. She was unmarried when she had an involvement with Tory front-bencher Mark Field, 41. All the heat in the world is being brought to bear on her character, while he – who was the married party at the time of the affair – barely gets mentioned.
It seems that no-one minds that the opposition spokesperson on culture shags his researcher. But when she herself tries to get into the party, the drawbridges are drawn up and the blue rinses get sniffy.
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