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Second, relay this message to your husband from me: Travel and adventure—sexual and otherwise—don’t have to stop after you become parents. They do become more difficult, logistically speaking, and you won’t be able to go adventuring on impulse anymore. But you can have adventures, dude, as a couple and as individuals. (It’s good for married people, including parents, to spend time apart.) It’s true, however, that most parents do stop adventuring—but that’s usually because they were ready to stop adventuring or they weren’t that adventurous in the first place. You can do it differently. Pro tip: It’s easier to make time for adventuring if you have one kid. And traveling with a small child—even taking off to live in a foreign country for a year or two—is a lot easier than Parentlandia propaganda would have you believe. You’re an adventurous person–—you and your wife are adventurous people—and adventurous people can choose to be adventurous parents.

DEAR READERS: You were probably expecting me to comment on that “making it with a chimp” detail in WHIP’s letter. But I had nothing to say except “Really? Holy crap. Chimp fantasies? Damn.”

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