Liberal Hollywood guide to ‘successful’ marriage: Cheating’s fine, sex is fun, what the hell.

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Apparently us conservative barbarians need to catch up with the times.  Marriage has a whole “new” meaning now.  The new official description is:  “If it feels good, do it, what the hell.”

I did not know that.

Actor Will Smith simply informs his wife before having sex with other starlets he comes across. 

He got to this place after spending vast research hours talking about it with Nicole Kidman, Tom Cruise and others in Hollywood whose marriages failed.  I wonder if he spoke to his children. 

Many Hollywood marriages are on the rocks in the time it takes to make a movie.

Will Smith has come up with a highly unconventional way of trying to ensure that his marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith doesn’t go the same way.

His solution? When you want to cheat with one of your costars, get permission from your partner first.

The Men In Black star and his wife say they have agreed a pact that it is all right to sleep with someone else, as long as it isn’t behind the back of the person you love.

They researched the subject by meeting up with high-profile couples who have split – including the likes of Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, and Bruce Willis and Demi Moore – to find out what went wrong.

“Our perspective is, you don’t avoid what’s natural,” said Smith.

“You’re going to be attracted to people. In our marriage vows, we didn’t say “forsaking all others”.

“The vow that we made was that you will never hear that I did something after the fact.

“If it came down to it, then one can say to the other, ‘Look, I need to have sex with somebody.

“I’m not going to if you don’t approve of it – but please approve of it’.”

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