The 13 most jawdropping bits from Melissa Gorga's controversial new book
1. "Men, I know you think your woman isn't the type who wants to be
taken. But trust me, she is. Every girl wants to get her hair pulled
once in a while. If your wife says "no," turn her around, and rip her
clothes off. She wants to be dominated."
woman needs to keep herself in shape. She has to be seductive. She must
be willing to try new things for her husband's pleasure and her own.
And, most important, she has to be available for sex."
"Even when I'm exhausted and not really in the mood, if it means a lot
to Joe that we connect physically, I'll say, 'I'm not so into it
tonight, but let's go.' If it's a hard 'no,' I try to be nice about it.
Don't swat him away, or say with a tone, 'Leave me alone!' Eventually he
will leave you alone at more than you wish he would."
"The way I see it, if a wife is a puttana, her husband will never feel
the urge to go outside the marriage to actual whores, or strip clubs."
"His style was to make corrections and to teach me from the beginning
days of our marriage exactly how he envisioned our life together."
"If I ran out to CVS and he came home from work to an empty house, he
didn't like it. He'd call me and say, 'I don't care if you're out all
day long. But I don't want to come home to an empty house.'"
7. "It's my job to clean up spilled milk. I just do it."
"In our marriage, Joe is always the man, doing masculine things. I'm
the woman, and I do the female things, including housework."
"Girls don't poop. Me, never have. Never will. It just doesn't happen.
Or, that's what Joe thinks! We've been married for nine years, and he
has never once seen or smelled my business. How have I pulled this off? I
don't do it when he's around or awake."
10. "I also aspire to be eye candy for my husband."
"Joe never wears a wedding band. Joe has really chubby fingers (he will
tell you so, too), and he thinks that a ring is the most uncomfortable
thing ever. It used to bother me, but now I just tell myself that a
wedding band is more of a chick magnet."
we all love to hang out with our single friends. Who's more fun? But,
let's call a spade a spade. You can't make a habit of it when you are
13. "If he gets one ounce of flack from me, he flips a switch and goes off."
Edited by CLCNY20 - Oct 04 2013 at 11:00am