If you want my humble opinion on the matter, I doubt there can be much ‘joy’ in Secret Sex and it would be easier not to go down this path in the first place.
If you want a fling, do it,own it and go out for a drink afterwards.
These days, with all the choice made available through technological innovations, the dating pool can potentially be huge.
No longer limited to meeting our significant other through mutual friends or family connections, we can make our own introductions through internet dating resources at our fingertips.
While some may believe that it is sacred, I seem to be encountering more and more people that view it as a primal need, nothing more than an itch that needs scratching.
These types (including but not limited to WISOs/MISOs) do not require any semblance of a relationship before they drop their panties.
Take the La-Di-Dah Princess who has everything that money can buy. Along comes the good-natured Afrikaans boy, who has been eyeing our Princess.
But then she meets Graham (Jeff Roop), an attractive acupuncturist that she can’t help but feel physically drawn too.
As they begin their own affair, Delaine gets the strength to finally divorce Robert.
And after the objectives have been realised, he simply returns home with no need for a Uber.
But the sad truth is, these arrangements of convenience are not as ‘secret’ as these little genius’ would have us believe.