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I'm not siding with OP's husband, but unless you've got a lethal weapon, I don't think kicking a grown man (or woman) out is as simple as it sounds.

It's not very likely they'll stop being assholes and say something like, "You know, you're right! I'll leave this place I paid for because I deserve it!"

  Aimeejasmine  |  15

Fuck you. Seriously, fuck you.. No one, man or women, should feel obliged to have sex to keep a partner faithful. Your victim-blaming mentality is disgusting; he cheated, he decided to wreck the marriage, he deserves to be divorced. There's no if and buts about it, you're blaming her for her husbands lack of morals because she's not putting out more? Go to hell dude

  John_HAM  |  11

He went outside the marriage for sex so if he was getting sex he wouldn't have had to find it elsewhere. It doesn't justify it but there's an obvious reason for what he did. If he was getting what he wanted and still cheated then he's just a greedy piece of shit. He IS wrong for cheating instead of getting a divorce though but if he wanted to get a divorce because of the lack of the sex in the marriage he would be a bad guy right?

  cheeeksss  |  29

I'm honestly terrified of getting married because of shit like this happening in the world. Sounds stupid, I know. But I feel like if it can happen to her, it could happen to me...

  8Dirty1  |  24

I guess karma has never worked for you. On my last job some guy tried to get me fired, I was going to key his car for revenge. I decided to not get my hands dirty and be a better man. A week later his car decided to die off. now that's sweet sweet karma:)

  ep1186  |  7

Give it 10 years, some community property, kids, an STD scare and/or STD, and an awkward conversation with your kids about how they are going to have a new brother or sister by daddy's girlfriend and you'll get why get even is a good option.