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A 31-Year-Old Beautiful Woman Who Repeatedly Had Adulterous Relationships with Older Men

Sanae Kameyama reports on "There is a reason for infidelity.

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A 20-year-old woman who fell in love with a man who was about the same age as her parents… A true-life report on adult love.

All of her lovers were married.

Marina, 31, has been dating a man 20 years her senior for the past six months. She was born and raised in the Tokyo metropolitan area, graduated from a well-known university in Tokyo, and joined a listed company. She says that all the men she has dated, from “the first person I dated as an adult” to her current boyfriend, have all been married.

I wonder how I ended up like this, even to myself,” she said. People say that being attracted to older men is like being a fathercon, but I don’t think of myself that way.

She is a beautiful girl with fine features and eyes. Dressed neatly in a light gray suit in the sweltering heat, she looks like an “able-bodied careerist. She herself is modest, but if you ask her about her career, you will find that she is the most successful person among her peers. Not only within the company, but even her friends from her school days do not know that she has been repeatedly having an affair.

Marina grew up in a “very normal salaryman family. She has a brother three years older than her.

My father was not very family oriented. In my generation, there were many daughters who were close to their father, but not so in my family. My mother was the only one who came to sports meets and class visits. We weren’t very educational-minded parents.

In junior high and high school, she spent her time playing tennis and entered a famous private university straight out of high school. I may have been a smart kid,” he says with a laugh.

In her first year of college, she had her first “adult love.

Marina’s first “adult love” came in the fall of her first year of college. A senior member of her club introduced her to a part-time job at a consulting firm run by an alumnus of the club. She jumped at the offer because it only required her to work when she had free time.

It was a small office, but the owner, Mr. Nakamura, was very enthusiastic and willing to help. It was a small firm, but the manager, Mr. Nakamura, was an accomplished consultant. At the time, he was working in the He was in his mid 50s at the time. He was in his mid 50’s at the time, a dandy in romance gray. My part-time work was simple things like making copies and serving tea, but I had loved computers since I was a little girl, so I did some simple programming to make things run more smoothly.

Within a month, Mr. Nakamura invited me to dinner as a “thank you. The adult man took me to an Italian restaurant in a quiet residential area of Tokyo.

He was very calm in all aspects: the way he looked at the menu, the way he assembled the a la carte dishes, and the wine selection. He was very calm in all of them and seemed to enjoy making decisions with the restaurant staff. I couldn’t drink wine back then, but I remember ‘gassed water’ being delicious.”

He”, who is more than 30 years older than her and older than her own father, asks her in detail about her taste preferences and chooses the dishes for her. Whenever she thought about it, he would talk enthusiastically about his favorite movies and old actors. They talked a lot, but never touched on her family or her future. This made Marina happy.

I felt that he treated me as a woman. I felt like she was treating me as a woman. As a teenage university student, you are inevitably treated as a child. When you are a teenage college student, you are treated like a child, and people ask you, ‘What do you want to do in the future? or ‘How is college? But he didn’t. He asked me about movies and books I liked. He would ask about my favorite movies and books, but never about my family or college. I thought he was an adult.

On an “adult date” at age 20, we went to a hotel.

In April, about six months after I started working part-time, when I turned 20, Mr. Nakamura said, “Let’s go out for a drink. I was looking forward to having a drink with you. Marina replied, “We can have an adult relationship from now on.

I guess he thought so, too. After dinner that day, we went to a well-established bar. I felt like I had become a very good woman. It was a fun date. And the second time, after Golden Week, we went for drinks at a hotel bar. When he came back after sitting out, he secretly showed me his room card key. I was so excited, it was like a drama.”

And that day, she says, “I grew up. Her first experience was not scary or painful at all. Perhaps he was used to young women. She says, “Everyone I talked to and read about said it hurt at first, but it felt really good to feel connected to him.” She knew he had a family, but “I didn’t care about his background. “A 20-year-old woman has no time to think about the background of her partner. She wanted to catch up with him as an adult.

Every time I saw him, I begged him to have sex with me. He was very attentive to my body. I felt more and more comfortable, and just the sight of him made my whole body hot.

In her second year of college, Marina was married to a man older than her father. Her “first love as an adult” was adultery, and after that…. Continue to Part 2: “Passion and Sexual Desire for an Older Man…The Aftermath of a Love that ‘Compelled Me to See Him Every Time I Saw Him’ “.

  • Interview and text by Sanae Kameyama

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