On Bridgerton and Consent — Boy My Comment Sure Struck a Nerve

Spoiler Alert – It wasn’t rape and after 1K reads and 62 fans, people agree with me

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Did Daphne rape her husband, Simon?

No. She did not.

Before we get there, the word rape has too much baggage to work with. I’ll use the more modern term of sexual

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Wife, mother, author, and mature adulteress. Wrote How to Cheat — Field Notes from an Adulteress. Email me at teresa@tjconwayauthor.com

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Wife, mother, author, and mature adulteress. Wrote How to Cheat — Field Notes from an Adulteress. Email me at teresa@tjconwayauthor.com

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