Cactus Kate blogs about person who writes to Wendyl Nissen, of all people, for sex advice:
Wendyl then has a go at hot young chicks and suggests because “Confused” called herself “very pretty” and has “a great body” that she has a too high opinion of herself in the looks department. Nonsense.
1. No woman in their twenties or thirties writes into a woman’s magazine they can share with their mother and calls themselves “very pretty”. Maybe someone in their forties or fifties uses that term but come on? Hot? Babe? Gorgeous?
2. Even if the letter is bona fide, the reason that a woman this hot cannot get the man to come back even a second time before her texts are not answered is, lets face it, she isÂ not giving headÂ or if she is appalling at it.
3. Don’t women have enough body issues? Lets take this rare youngster confident enough to say she looks good, down a peg or two for daring to rate herself.
Summary of all that…the “person” who wrote to Wendyl Nissen is a dud root. Next.
Wendyl then gives a namby pamby answer about the man being threatened by sex toys.
The above is a ridiculous scenario. It just would not happen.
No straight man would worry about their wife having sex toys. He would be delighted and be online within seconds suggesting more. He is either gay and doesn’t want her to know it by enjoying another dick in the bed or she purchased a dildo larger than his member and he’s got stage fright. As for his reaction, theyÂ allÂ bought the toys. Why didn’t he think they all thought their husbands were crap in bed?
Could be worse, he might like gobbling cock himself, of his best mate, afterÂ theÂ missus has gone to bed, in the lounge. Still moaning about the missus having some sex toy…definitely gay…in the lame sense of the word.
Bottom line, I reckon these letters are autobiographical…and self sourced. Does Wendyl have a belly button ring?