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Rated G

Two professional women: both married with kids and both juggling clients, reports, potty training, packed lunches, chores, dogs, cats, errands, husbands and …”what was that you said? SEX?”
That three-letter word that once was so frequent, so liberating, so yummy has been sidelined in a sea of life, work and snot.
It is time.
Time to put sex back on a pedestal by injecting some extra spice into our relationships.

Rated G

Photo courtesy of https://www.youthchg.com

Photo courtesy of https://www.youthchg.com

A Public Display of Affection is purely subjective.  For the Duke, a PDA is a prolonged kiss and maybe if I am lucky a stealth-like squeeze of the behind.  For me, I don’t regard those as PDA’s.  No, I am much more flamboyant in expressing my affection for him in public – my arms drape around him and I am happy to plant a big wet one on him in a crowded room.  He is intensely private and I had a sex therapist as a mother.  Go figure.

In the week when preparing to go public was not only about accomplishing Mission 30, it was about getting ready to  crawl out from under my pseudonym and bare my identity on national television, it should have meant I was doggedly trying to attempt this mission at every turn.  Then I could have regaled amusing stories of the Duke and I heavily petting in the centre of the mosh pit at a concert, or locking lips in the middle of the frozen section of the supermarket and only coming up for air once all the frozen peas had thawed in shock.   But alas, it didn’t quite end up that way. The stomach bug that descended on the Duke and I in the middle of the week did not help our mojo (throwing up in the car on the way back from dropping my son at school was particularly special).  But not achieving the mission is OK.  It shows that the sexy revolution which Miss Lee and I have embarked upon is real.  It is not a competition to see who can do things bigger and better than the other, it is about taking an idea and running with it in the best possible way for your relationship.  Sometimes the sparks fly and a bonfire is ignited but sometimes the sparks sputter and fade.  This week our in-public rating was very family friendly: a big round G.  Even NickJr. could have aired our antics without fear of the Complaints Commission being bombarded with disgusted telephone calls.  But one thing we do know about “G” is that it precedes “R” in the alphabet and as my mother always told me, “the best things come to those who wait.”  So watch out “R”, the Duke and I are coming to get you……


  1. Whatever it’s not a competition! I win!!!

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