A controversial new book by Holly Hill, “Sugarbabe,” indicates that women should let their men cheat on them. It suggests that couples with unmatched libidos should arrange for “negotiated infidelity” with a “sugarbabe” – that is, that women with out of control husbands should set up a woman for them to have sex with on a part-time basis… and even pay them.
“Women who cross their legs deserve to be cheated on.”
That statement basically sums up the premise behind Aussie psychologist Holly Hill’s new book, “Sugarbabe: The Controversial, Real Story of a Woman in Search of a Sugardaddy,” which hits shelves this month. Among some of Hill’s more fascinating theories: Couples who want to stay together should try out “negotiated infidelity,” with a “sugarbabe” who acts as what we can best describe as a surrogate wife meets Hooters waitress. And who, by the way, is paid for ministering to your man.
The author of the book – an Australian in her 40s – worked as a “sugarbabe” for 12 months before writing the book, at the rate of $1,000 a week. She decided to work as a professional mistress after her wealthy boyfriend dumped her – and started her career by posting a classified ad looking for a sugar daddy. She ended up with five of them. It was from this experience that she drew the material for her book, and the conclusion that men should be allowed to blow off steam from marriages with selective side-sex. (See the article for the interview.)
Now a successful self-help author, Hill lets her own current partner of two years cheat on her… as long as he doesn’t spoon. (Seriously!)
What do you think – is this reasonable? Would you let your man have a “sugarbabe”??