My husband was 28 when we met and a virgin. When we started having sex, he opened up about being “different.” He wanted to wear panties and wanted me to make fun of his tiny penis. Didn’t love the stuff, but whatever. Now it’s a thousand times worse. He goes to Victoria’s Secret and tells the salesgirls he is being punished by his wife for wearing her panties and that I am “forcing him” to go buy some of his own. He told me he could see our neighbor undressing, so he tried to contact her to see if she wanted to humiliate him while he was dressed as a woman. And he recently “confessed” to a female coworker that he had a deep, dark secret he wanted to tell her. I confronted him, and he said he was going to tell her about me “forcing him” to wear panties and ask if she wanted to see his tiny penis! Now he tells he wants to flash women his panties so they can laugh at him.
He sees nothing wrong with this behavior. I have children with him, this isn’t a joke, please help! He also is very mean, verbally to me and my children, says mean things and I just don’t know what to do.
When you met your husband you knew what you were getting into, he showed his strange behavior almost from the start, now that it’s continued and worsened you want help? I just don’t understand how you didn’t see the signs from the beginning. No man wants a women to make fun of his penis and call it tiny, if anything they want encouragement that it’s nice and big. Your husband definitely has issues, and if you want to work things out and stay with him, you need to open up to him and go to counseling. See if he can get his urges under control. If he begins flashing people in woman’s underwear’s this can lead to more problems then what you already have. It’s hard because you have children, but you have to think about them first and foremost. If your children see their father in a woman’s underwear do you think that is okay? Communicate with your husband about how you are feeling towards this, ultimately it is going to be his choice to realize that he does have a problem and that it is not normal. Because this has been going on for so long and you accepted it, he may not understand why it’s such a big problem now. If he refuses to admit he has a problem and see professional help, you may have to make a decision to get him out of the house.
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