am a massage girl—wink, wink—who provides men with happy endings.
I enjoy porn—especially guy-on-guy porn—and I like to think
of myself as very open. I am also happily married. Until recently.
My husband is 36, handsome, 6’2”, well-endowed, works out
daily, and has an awesome body. For 14 years our sex life
was great. He always liked that I talked dirty during sex,
watched porn, etc. In the past two years, however, all he
has wanted to talk about are she-males. The she-male thing
wouldn’t bother me so much if he could still fuck me like
before, but he’s been having a hard time getting hard for
me. The only way he can get hard lately is while he’s watching
she-male porn or listening to me talk dirty about she-males.
I know a professional she-male through my chosen profession,
and I offered to make my husband’s fantasy come true. But
he is too scared of diseases to act on it. Do you think he’s
gay? Nothing would be wrong with him being gay—except what
it would mean for our marriage!
and Frustrated in B’more
what’s up with straight guys into she-males: Some straight
guys like dick—I mean, they really like dick. They like dick
so much that they want to play with dicks other than their
own. But they’re straight guys, CAFIB, so they don’t want
to play with some other dude’s dick. They want to play with
a dick that’s attached to someone who in every other respect
looks like a hot woman. Straight guys like your husband are
pretty common, CAFIB, while good-looking she-males are not.
Which is why hot she-males can charge hundreds of dollars
an hour for the pleasure of their company.
So is your husband gay? No. Gay men like dick to be attached
to men, not women. (Speaking as a gay man, I can assure you
that I’ve never been tempted by she-male dick.) While I feel
confident in saying that your cock-hungry husband is straight,
CAFIB, by no means is he 100-percent straight. But he’s straight
enough for all practical purposes—certainly straight enough
to fuck your brains out for 14 years, and straight enough
to keep on fucking your brains out for the rest of your unnatural
life. You see, very few straight guys into she-males are into
them exclusively. They just want to mess around with a she-male,
once or twice, now and then, so they can play with another
dick. (Didja catch that? I wrote, “another dick,” not, “another
man’s dick.” He wants to play with a woman’s dick. Cuz he’s
straight—see how that works?)
As to your husband’s performance problems of late, well, I’d
chalk them up to that notorious buzz-kill, the Unfulfilled,
All-Consuming Fantasy. He’s clearly obsessed, CAFIB, and until
he lives out this fantasy, all other sex acts, partners, and
opportunities will pale in comparison to the idealized she-male
experience he’s been masturbating about for two years. His
sexual withdrawal is a sign of despair, not homosexuality.
So what do you do? Stop asking your husband for permission
to help him realize his fantasy and just make it happen. I
speak from experience. I can’t go into details, CAFIB, because
my boyfriend stuck a “no details about our sex life in the
column” clause in our prenup, but I can say this: A few years
back, my reliably vanilla boyfriend suddenly had a fantasy.
It was his first. Like your husband, CAFIB, my boyfriend wanted
to talk about his fantasy during sex, and he downloaded all
the relevant pornography. But whenever I suggested we stop
talking about it and do it, he balked. Then one day I told
him I was done asking for his permission. I was just going
to make it happen. And that’s just what I did. He was grateful,
which was nice, and his fantasy, once realized, was no longer
all- consuming, which was nicer. It was still there, of course;
realizing a fantasy, despite what so many people seem to believe,
does not purge it. But after acting on his fantasy, my boyfriend
was able to talk about other stuff during sex again. (I realize
this is frustratingly vague, CAFIB, but if I included any
actual details—like, say, the Finnish national swim team,
the two kegs of beer, or the 15 rolls of duct tape—my boyfriend
would kill me.)
So here’s what you do: The next time your husband begs you
to talk dirty about she-males, do it. Then, during the dirty
talk, tell him that you’re going to make it happen, and tell
him you’re not asking for his permission anymore. Then make
it happen—invite your she-male colleague over for the evening,
use condoms on his dick and her dick, and keep the sex as
safe as possible.
Will your husband, once he’s tasted she-dick, decide to run
off with your colleague? Perhaps. But that’s a risk you’ll
have to run, CAFIB, just as I ran the risk of losing my boyfriend
to the Finnish national swim team. Because if your husband
never realizes his fantasy, you’re going to lose him for sure.
Subconsciously your husband has set this up as a choice between
his fantasies and his marriage, which is probably why he’s
having a hard time getting it up for you. You have to make
it clear that it isn’t a choice he has to make—hell, it’s
not a choice you’re going to allow him to make.
I was getting a quick espresso from a hot woman who works
at my favorite coffee shop in Baltimore. She had the City
Paper open on the counter and was reading your column.
One on santorum. “What’s Savage Love?” I asked. She said it’s
a column for freaks with outlandish problems. I wanted to
discuss and flirt further, but an older man behind me was
impatiently waiting to buy four newspapers. So I left. Any
ideas on how to strike up another conversation? Any ideas
an idea, Garth: I run your letter in my column, the coffee
girl sees it, and you converse on the topic of “be careful
what you wish for.”
And speaking of santorum. . . .
My santorum Web site—www.spreadingsantorum.com—is now the
first thing that comes up on Google after Sen. Santorum’s
own Web sites, which is wonderful. (And after taking a break
over the holidays, I’m posting lots of new letters on the
site this week.) What’s not so wonderful, however, is the
way the mainstream media elite has censored this important
story! Some asshole compares Bush to Hitler in some dumb TV
commercial that never even aired and it’s all over the place!
My readers and I work like hell to appropriate Sen. Santorum’s
name, we succeed beyond our wildest dreams, and not a single
story? If this isn’t hard evidence of the conservative bias
in the mainstream media, Garth, I’ll eat Tucker Carlson’s
shoes. Someone at the Washington Post—come on, Hank!—needs
to jump on this story already!
I wanted to suggest that SPISL’s wife, the woman with the
sweet-tasting pee, visit her doctor and make sure she doesn’t
actually have sugar, and not Sweet’N Low, in her urine. SPISL
may have inadvertently diagnosed diabetes with his kink.
for writing, Doc. Unlike the boys in the Finnish national
swim team, people with diabetes have sweet piss. SPISL’s wife
should see a doctor as soon as possible.