11 Things Your Man Does NOT Need To Know

Ladies, there are certain things that when you first start a relationship, your man does not necessarily need to know. That does not mean that you can never share all of these intimate things. It just means that you should get to know the type of guy you are with before you divulge all of your deepest darkest secrets. Take your time in cleaning out your closet and placing all of your emotional strain on him. Especially if you want to keep him. Find out what he can accept and what he is uncomfortable with. Know who you are dealing with! It might save your relationship or at least some time.

1. Sexual Partners

He does not need to know how many guys you slept with. Why? Because no matter the number, it will be too much. There is and always will be a double standard for women when it comes to sex. Men are allowed to swing their penis freely without judgment. Penis is never hard to find. While women, should keep a chastity belt wrapped around their vagina until marriage. If they do not then they are judged harshly and viewed as slut happy. While he is viewed as king of the vaginas.

2. He Is Not Your Best In Bed

If you care about this guy and want to stay with him then you should not tell him that he is not your best in bed. Chances are depending on how long you guys date, he will ask. Something about feeling like they are the only ones that rocked your world strokes a man’s egos.

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9 Comments

  1. And number 3 a man does not need to know about your ”money” mama always told me that!

  2. This is serious Advice? I wish women would stop following all these “rules” and be themselves

  3. Ladies just be yourself enough with the self help book and rules…

  4. Of course this article applies to no one besides the person that wrote it.

  5. I will say this you can lie about your partners if you want to. However if the truth ever comes out then he would probably leave you for lying. I think we all have to be who we are. I agree about the double standard in life but that doesn’t give anyone a reason man or woman to run loose and smash the homies. So ladies if you know you have a past that can follow you be honest. Same goes for men, I will not be with a man I know slept around with many women, so a man does have a right not to want to wife a woman who has slept around as well.

  6. Follow most of these rules at your own peril I think. They seem to make sense in theory but in reality, they’re very likely to come round the corner and bite you on the backside. I do agree that some things should be disclosed on a need to know basis

  7. Um, everyone who doesn’t “agree” with this article”: The author clearly says in the first few sentences “Ladies, there are certain things that when you first start a relationship, your man does not necessarily need to know. That does not mean that you can never share all of these intimate things. It just means that you should get to know the type of guy you are with before you divulge all of your deepest darkest secrets.”

    You should be honest with the man that you are with, but there is no need to give a run down of your sexual history on the first few dates…or even the first 5! On our very first date, my husband started asking about my sexual experience, and I didn’t lie, but I gave the mature response and told him that it was way too soon for him to ask me about that because he’d probably judge me whether I had 100 partners or just 1. I told him that I was not a whore, and that was all he needed to know at that point. I did not tell him about my sexual history because I didn’t want to give him a reason to judge me before he knew the real me. I eventually told him the truth–that I’d only been with one other man than him.

    Let us be honest, most men who inquire about a womans sexual past only want to judge her. Of course, I think that once you start sleeping with someone, you should know something about their sexual past, especially with all the STDs out there.

  8. *and when I said that I “eventually” told him, I mean like, after we’d known each other for about 8-9 months, which is when we started sleeping togehter.

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