Proud homewreckers unite!

All Woman

Loud and proud is the mantra of the new-age sweetheart, who is no longer hiding her status as the woman on the side. It's a bold position that the women below say they have embraced for 2018.

JM:

My man has a main woman but I don't care because I get my money to do my hair and nails, I get sex when I feel like it, and I get my freedom. I am not bothered by the wife because she is no real threat to my income.

SM:

My man is married and somehow I am not perturbed because he doesn't make me feel any less of a woman. I actually feel like a wife, to be honest. I am not saying that I am proud to be wrecking a family, but I really do love and care for this man and it is just hard for me to let go.

JG:

I have never met a single man from I have been dating so I have accepted that my role will never be wife, and so I am not bothered if a man that I am interested in lets me know that he is married or involved.

Racquel:

I am good with being on the side – at least I know the reality and I am not living in denial like many wives are. I have my freedom and I get all the benefits of the wife, so I am proud of my position.

Poochie:

It is not about being proud, men are short! Bottom line is, in order to get some loving, you just have to settle for being on the side.

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