I'm not married, so I suppose my opinion doesn't really matter, it
usually doesn't on this site. However, I feel that it's good that
these married men value their wives and vows enough to be honest and
upfront about their status. Would it be better if they just lied,
out of ease or convince? Perhaps they seek only males for
camaraderie, is that wrong? A good number of divorces nowadays are
spawned from things that happen in the online environment maybe these
men felt it could be construed as unfaithful or cheating if they were
making friendships or chatting with strange women online, what ever
the context of their dialog was. What ever the reasons being that
these men are searching for male only companionship and chat, it is
their prerogative and they are doing nothing wrong. The better
question I feel is why is it any of your business snugglebunny? Are
they harming you in anyway? Are they breaking any rules? It seems a
lot of people on this site like to stick their nose in other peoples
business for no reason, other then their own self righteousness,
boredom or lack of anything interesting to say. Each is own, let
people live their lives until it effects you mind your own.
Phillyboy, Please reread post #16, the response to Jon. Out of 21 people who responded to this post only two (neither married) seemed to take offense to the question. It is simply a topic of conversation.
The reasons my husband listed in the initial post were all honest answers given to us by married men (listed as male instead of couple), that we have had long conversations with via yahoo messenger video/voice chat. And we've appreciated their honesty. ALL of them contacted us, not vice versa. So, obviously they were not looking for "male only camraderie". And it does effect us as they are contacting us. Several have asked if I would be willing to chat with their wives to help them better understand nudism from a woman's point of view, which, in turn, might make them more comfortable with nudism.
The question posed is not judgemental nor adversarial. Is there a reason you feel you must make it so? Those who feel it is none of our business do not need to answer the question. And those who are single don't need to respond to this unless, like Thomas, they have an answer.
Excellent answer, btw, Thomas. I remember the couple you are referring to. I miss seeing them in chat. They were always fun, lively and great conversationalists. With the new chat room, you can no longer log in on two seperate computers under the same username. Either Steve or I will have to create our own account so that we can both chat in the chat room at the same time.