Ask Amy: Parents abhor son's November-May affair

  • Article by: AMY DICKINSON
  • Updated: September 25, 2013 - 1:17 PM

Dear Amy: My wife and I will soon have confirmed what we have suspected for some time: Our 26-year-old son and our 48-year-old female friend are having an affair.

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jarlmnSep. 25, 13 9:32 PM

"Victimized"?!?!?? Oh, please. How pray, is an affair wherein a large age difference occurs, between two consenting adults, a victimization? Is this woman after his money? His inheritance? His virginity? Not only is this view ageist, it is sexist. Society would not look too much askance if it was an older male with a younger female. And even if they did, that too, would be ageist discrimination. Get with the 21st Century!

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mkwroblewskiSep. 26, 1312:26 PM

LW 2: Can't understand why you would want to reach out to a 'friend' who blames you when a hurricane keeps you from the wedding and cuts you out of her life. What does she bring to your party?

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ddellwoSep. 26, 13 8:32 PM

Four words to the parents of the 26-year-old son "boinking" the 48-year-old woman: "MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS!!!"

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kennyrogersOct. 1, 13 8:50 PM

Got to disagree. If any 48 year old Cougar was laying prey on my twenty something son, I'd have to tell her to let him choose any prize he likes from the bottom shelf, and she can go back to her barstool.

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