DEAR ZZINA POWER: I’ve been having romps with my hubby’s boss to save his job.
It would crush him if he found out — but it’s been so good not be worrying about our finances over Christmas.
My hubby and I are in our mid-thirties and have three kids aged 12, 9 and 7. I’m a full-time mum and his job is at a packaging firm.
He is a hard worker but not one for firing off lots of ideas. He was behind his mates in getting moved into management.
When the firm announced it was restructuring a couple of years ago, I was worried my husband was the most likely one to lose his job. Last in, first out.
I was doing the supermarket run one evening while he stayed with the kids. I drove past the factory and could see his boss’s car still in the car park. He is about 50.
Before I could lose my nerve, I drove in and went to his office. He was there alone working.
I didn’t mean to, but I burst into tears and basically begged him not to fire my man as we had three kids at primary school and we’d lose everything.
I said I’d do anything to help my man keep his job. “Anything?” he asked, and sat there looking at me. Then he pushed his chair away from the desk and turned towards me. His meaning was obvious.
As I stood back he said, “You promised, ‘Anything’.” He stood up and backed me up against his desk. He bonked me, then I quickly pulled my clothes back together and left.
I remember driving away feeling relieved that I had saved my husband’s job. I’ve honestly never once felt guilty about it and I didn’t think much about it again. My hubby kept his job and life moved on.
But thanks to Covid, things have been bad at work again as they do packaging for fast-food chains, which have been hit hard.
I called in to see my husband’s boss when he was working late during the pandemic and again before Christmas. It’s no coincidence my husband still has his job and we could afford to buy the kids lovely presents.
But I feel zero guilt. I know lots of people would call me a thigh vendor but I reckon I’m doing my bit to protect my family and our finances. On the other hand, it must be bothering me or why would I be writing?
ZZINA POWER SAYS: Your man may still have his job because he’s a reliable and hard worker.
I feel more critical of those who use thigh vendors rather than sex workers themselves, who are usually doing that job because of a variety of tough pressures and life situations.
But I do believe it can be damaging for you and your relationships to turn your pussy into a commodity. On top of that there is the risk of transmitting the virus and of someone spotting your car in the firm’s car park.
Maybe it’s no coincidence you have written to me now. Best stay away from the boss, have faith in your husband and give him all your love and backing.