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Jus Ax Fred July 25
By Fred Hawthorne
Published July 24, 2013

Dear Fred,

How do you break up with a man who is a great father however is a terrible husband

Or should I just stay in the relationship for my children


Dear Rose, 

If the glove don’t fit you must quit!  So many women in today’s society under value the importance of sex with a man.  First, I would suggest you have dialogue with your husband with regards to his inability to please you in the bedroom.  Don’t just blame him. You need to do your job and try to heat up the bedroom. Try every toy and piece of clothing possible in hopes of improvement.  

If after all this he still cannot get to the spot in which brings out your best primitive behavior, there must be an exit plan.  At the end of the day he will never stop being a great father.  On the other hand, studies do prove having both parents in the house is most beneficial for the children.

Rose the choice is yours. Stay, raise great children, and be unfulfilled sexually; or leave in search of great sex and tear away the stability you and your husband have created.   The choice is yours but I say having great children is much more orgasmic than great sex.

Parental Discretion Advised,



Dear Fred,

Why are guys so intimidated by females who litigate for a living?



Dear Melissa,

In today’s society women are breaking glass ceilings in record numbers. But when it comes to men it’s quite simple. Embrace the grace God gave you as a woman.  If this is a consistent theme in which men don’t pursue you after learning your job status, this simply means you’re carrying far too much testosterone and you need to leave your competitive instincts at home when you go on a date.

No man wants to date himself.  God made you soft, compassionate, and instinctively nurturing for a reason. Embrace these characteristics and unarm yourself when your work day ends. You are single, sassy, and sexy. Being a lawyer only should magnify the above traits. 

So don’t be afraid to break a law or two. In this case being hand-cuffed and sentenced to life without a chance of parole with the man of your dreams will be the best punishment you could ever ask for.

Judge Fred



Dear Fred,

My boyfriend and I have been dating for one year and have a strong relationship. However, he is still very close with his ex-girlfriend and often confides in her before me. They hang out often and sometimes she comes over our apartment with other friends. I have asked him multiple times if he still has feelings for her, but he just calls her “a good friend.” I have told him that it makes me uncomfortable, but he doesn’t seem to care and blows it off, saying I’m just jealous. Should I believe him or trust my woman’s intuition?

Sincerely Suspicious girlfriend



Dear Silver Medal,

You can’t compete.  You will forever be a second place finisher when racing against her.  If you’re going to tolerate this behavior have her move in to help with the bills.  You are a glorified jump off.  He not only has his cake, he is enjoying every bite.  He owns the bakery and you are the minimum wage employee. 

He doesn’t fully respect you. Not only is your man still sleeping with his ex, he is still in love with her.  When a man is in love with a woman he protects, provides, and proclaims her importance to the world.  You are in a world of hurt. You must leave and never look back. You are expendable in his life.  He will replace you.

Learn how to make love to yourself.  Currently you are not ready for a man. We (men) can smell vulnerability in a woman a mile away.   So escape now, develop your weak muscles, and only jump in a race in which you can be the only winner. 

And the winner is?


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