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    You like having sex with women - your husband seems to get a kick from wearing women's underwear.
    I say get him to put on a wig and his favourite pair of women's tights and have sex....win!!! win!!! for both you!

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    Having read more of your responses OP, I think your mind is already made up. I think you want to leave your DH and this fetish gives you a reason to do so which absolves you of guilt and doubt for being the one to end things.

    If you want to end your marriage you need to take ownership of that and be honest with yourself, and him, about why. You don't speak of him with any love, empathy or compassion. I think it's clear that you've fallen out of love and don't want to be with him.

    Please don't stay together for the sake of your child if you really want to leave. It's not healthy for your child to be raised in a home where there is so much resentment and distrust. Your child would be much better off with 2 happy, fulfilled parents who are living separately.

    I hope you do still go to counselling, both of you, so that you can come to a placed of peace in your relationship, however that relationship moves forward.

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