When we really opened up to each other and spoke the truth we both realized that we were just trying to be status quo during our dating.
He then confided that he really prayed for a wife who would be in charge of everything and he is just naturally a submissive man when it comes to marriage.
I love being in charge and I always knew that the right husband for me had to be very submissive.
I am very bossy, domineering, controlling, and possessive.
Well, you could barely keep Thurston on a lat-press machine after that.
He dashed home and did some Googling and found Seeking Arrangement.com, a site built for wealthy (to varying degrees) men who are seeking a formal (to varying degrees) arrangement for sex and (to varying degrees) companionship with someone who in turn is looking for cash and prizes without any drama.
But on all the traditional dating sites, the women didn't just want sex. Thurston wanted sex, and he wanted eagerness about the sex.
So one day when he was at the gym, he saw this old guy with a very pretty young lady, and when Thurston expressed confusion to his trainer, his trainer explained that the geezer was her sugar daddy and that the young fawn was his sugar baby.
But you know how it is, the fires dampen, and he wanted a lot of sex—“I'm Italian! ”—and eventually they divorced, and Thurston wanted something, mainly a lot of sex without having to beg for it, and to be found attractive again.
After almost seven years of being asked this question, we suppose it’s high time we answered it.
It should first be noted that, contrary to what many seem to think, not all blind people are completely blind.
(And if you’re wondering, see: How the 20/20 Vision Scale Works) This “usable vision” point is important to note because it means that these individuals, like their better sighted brethren, can also be distracted or otherwise disoriented by bright light, with a pair of sunglasses being an easy solution to the problem.
That said, while some blind people opt to wear common store bought sunglasses to filter out bright and ultraviolet light, others need to wear specially made eyeshields that can filter specific colors of light their eyes are sensitive to.
The clinical diagnosis refers to a central visual acuity of 20/200 or less in the better eye with the best possible correction, and/or a visual field of 20 degrees or less.