The majority (88%) of men and women believe a happy ending is considered cheating on your partner. I’ve had this conversation with lots of men and women. I see both sides of the opposing arguments but when it comes down to it, this is why the majority of men and women consider receiving a happy ending cheating on your partner:
As a guy seeking a rub and tug, what if a 60 year old man presented himself, would you still be willing to receive the massage and the unspoken pleasure? Likely not, right? That’s the point here – you are seeking and receiving another woman’s touch and that’s the other issue… there is a third party involved. Though pro-happy-enders would argue that there is absolutely no emotion involved, that it’s just ‘mechanical’, the third party involvement is the biggest issue. If it really were solely mechanical, as a guy, you’d give yourself the wank, wouldn’t you? But it’s about the experience, convenience, the intimate setting, and the fact that you’re laying lathered in oil, completely naked being stroked by a stranger.
The Golden Rule: treat others the way you would like to be treated.
I have a question for men who believe receiving a happy ending while in a relationship is okay: How would you feel if your partner’s male masseuse rubbed every part of her body, gave her a generous fingering and an orgasm? Does it make a difference if the male masseuse was an attractive guy?
Some women responded and mentioned that if their partner asked them for permission beforehand (pun intended), they don’t think they’d have an issue with it. So it’s up to you to decide what kind of partner you would like to be. Would you like to honor your relationship with honesty? Or are you more of a “do” and ask for forgiveness type? Either way, there is a 7% chance she is okay with it 😅.
I’d love to hear your thoughts on this topic, feel free to DM me!
Is a happy ending considered cheating on your partner? — SELF CARE EVERY DAMN DAY is written by Stephanie Daily for www.selfcareeverydamnday.com