The Parody of Commitment
I’ve been on a brutal 11-day business trip, on my way home over cloudy skies as I type. And what comes to my browser but this piece of pap.
Have you ever wondered what you have to do to keep your man’s eye from wandering? One woman thinks she has the answer – it involves a scalpel and some silicone.
Self-titled sex expert Louise Van Der Velde is telling women who reach their forties to get plastic surgery or face their partner running off with a younger model.
Louise, who runs a relationship therapy centre in central London, believes ladies only have themselves to blame if their husband starts to find other women more attractive.
Wait, there’s more.
Steering clear of cakes and keeping in shape with regular visits to the gym is not enough though – Louise thinks that women should start to have breast augmentation, liposuction, fillers and the rest as soon as parts of the body start to sag.
She said: ‘A lot of my female clients in their forties and fifties come in and they’re unhappy that their husbands are playing away but they’ve let themselves go.
So… it’s entirely the woman’s fault when a guy starts catting around, and the only solution is to tart up? That sounds like someone who makes a lot of money off of selling plastic surgery deciding to sell more.
I sometimes talk about the parody of radical Islam, or other faiths that encourage women to cover up in a tent so as not to arouse the lust of men who can’t control themselves. So, women are to blame for men being sinful. This is exactly the same sentiment. Women are to blame for men being sinful and sleeping around, so they should take radical measures to prevent the sin. I know it’s not worded that way, but it’s easily read that way once you look at it.
Hey, guys! How about you make a commitment and love and respect your woman? She’ll respond by respecting you and herself. I bet that works better any day than $20k of artificial that begins a spiral to despair.