As you know, an appeal has been posted for funds to help cover the costs of this site. Our popularity has grown considerably, especially since we were mentioned in Playboy Magazine not long ago. We’ve had to pay for more bandwidth to accommodate the increased traffic, and have had to pay more to the firm that handles maintenance of this site.
However, while we still need contributions (and would like more people to become “supporting members”), we believe that self-help is always a good idea. So we’re trying to find ways to raise funds without relying entirely on charity.
You might have already seen the posting regarding the book HOTWIFING; WHETHER TO TRY IT, WAYS TO GO ABOUT IT, HOW TO HANDLE IT, by Cody Alston. As noted in that posting, the book will be available in hard-copy EXCLUSIVELY through this OHW site for now. (It won’t be available to the general public until February 1 next year, and even the offer on this site expires on November 25th.)
But we’ve come up with something else that should interest you:
Some hotwives wear an item that gives notice of that status. Usually it’s attached to an ankle chain, but sometimes to a bracelet or necklace. The least common shows the symbol for female intertwined with two male symbols. Others just use the letters “H” and “W” suspended from the bracelet, anklet, or necklace. You can also buy a heart-shaped item that has the word “slut” or the words “I play around,” etc., on it.
However, there are shortcoming to each of these. For one, they’re blatant. Anyone who knows about hotwifing will immediately recognize the intertwined gender symbols or the letters “HW” for what they imply. Of course, for many women, that’s the whole idea. But the problem is that it invites even more men to come on to you than might otherwise—including unwanted men. Granted, any woman who’s had enough experience with men knows how to let a man know she’s not interested in him. Even so, wearing something blatant is the equivalent of wearing a miniature billboard or flashing neon sign. Most women would prefer to go about it in a more discreet manner.
Second, anyone who sees the female-male symbols, or the “Slut” or “I play around” will immediately draw their own conclusions also. These people can include friends and relatives from whom you want to keep your hotwifing a secret. True, the simple solution is just to not wear it while out in public, except when and where you’re scouting for a worthy male. But even then, there’s the risk of a happenstance encounter with someone you do not want to know about your hotwifing. (Further, you know how children sometimes go through mom’s dresser drawers when she’s not around—and little girls, especially, like to go through her jewelry.)
So, what to do?
Well, the woman who designed the cover for Cody Alston’s book also designed a hotwifing pendant. Three pictures of it are posted with this announcement. —Three pictures, because it’s available in three shades of gold: white, yellow, and rose.
It’s elegant, and DISCREET. As you can see, it suggests a heart (albeit one that’s upside-down)...and even suggests a wishbone.
Many people won’t even recognize that it’s a lower-case “h” connected to a lower-case “w,” highly stylized. (The stem of the “h” curves up to the right. The right part of the “w” curves up to the left. They meet at the top.) So you needn’t worry about wearing what in effect is a miniature flashing neon sign that you’re a hotwife.
If someone whom you do not want to know about your hotwifing (which is nearly everyone) asks what it is, you can just say you thought it was pretty, and let it go at that.
If a man you’re NOT interested in puts the make on you and asks about it, you can give the same answer. If he knows what it REALLY is, he might start by saying something like “I see you’re a hotwife.” You can ask, in feigned innocence, “What’s that?” (and maybe show your alleged distaste when he explains it). You can then also ask, “Why do you say I’M one of ‘those’?” He’ll answer, “Because you’re wearing a hotwife pendant.” You can claim that someone gave it to you…but he or she had not told you its real nature. You can say your friend apparently has played a little joke at your expense, and can laugh about it (or pretend to be mildly offended). If he points out that it’s a highly stylized “hw,” you can respond “Those are my initials”—and give him a fake name if he asks, so that your initials are supposedly “HW” (“Hillary Wodham”?) Or you can say, “The “hw” stands for “Honored Wife,” or “Honorable Woman”—or “Hoboken Wanderer,” “Houston Winery,” or “Halifax Windfarm.” Regardless of how you handle this, you’ve in effect told him you’re not interested in him…but in a nice way that saves face for him. That way, even if he’s had too much to drink, he’s less likely to get obnoxious about it and make a scene.
And if you encounter a man you ARE interested in, chances are he’ll also ask about the pendant (even if he knows), just to make conversation. You can tell him that it’s a highly stylized “h” and “w.” And then you can explain what those letters stand for…and what that means. :-)
On the other hand, depending on your mood, maybe the type of man you want to attract is someone without “class,” who just wants to get it on with you ASAP. In that case, go ahead and wear a “Slut” or “I play around” piece, instead. But THIS pendant will impress someone who’s more likely to have refined sensibilities himself (if that’s what you’re looking for). It’s certainly more artistic (and feminine) than the capital “H” and “W” some women wear.
Further, because it’s a pendant, you can attach it to a necklace. —And that makes more sense than a bracelet or anklet, really.
For one thing, if you’re wearing jeans, it’s hard to spot an ankle bracelet in the first place, let alone to see what’s attached to it. (Perhaps those in the know about hotwifing assume any anklet means the woman is a hotwife. But some women wear anklets that have nothing whatsoever to do with hotwifing. The easiest way to avoid confusion is to not wear a hotwifing anklet.)
A pendant on a necklace is better than one on a bracelet, too. Men will be paying more attention to a necklace, with a pendant dangling on your breastbone (or between your cleavage), than they would to a bracelet.
Prototypes have been “tested” in practice. The foregoing statements are the results of this “research.”
If you want something that’s discreet, stylish, and cute, this might work...even if you’re just a “wannabe” rather than already a hotwife.
The pendant is about 1", which is part of what makes it so discreet. It’s 14K-gold-plated, and to repeat: your choice of white, yellow, or rose gold. It includes a polishing cloth and a dark blue velvety pouch with a draw string, so you can keep it in your purse until the right time to put it on. (The pouch is big enough to hold a bracelet, anklet, or necklace. Those things you’ll have to get on your own, though.) FYI: it’s made in Bangkok…which is kind of appropriate, yes? :-)
As with Cody Alston’s book, HOTWIFING, this pendant is available EXCLUSIVELY through this OHW site, as part of our effort to become at least SOMEWHAT self-supporting. The pendant, polishing cloth, and pouch together are $32.50 through this board, and will be available at that price through this board until Nov 25th. (The price to which they’ll be sold to the general public, later, is $39.50 plus shipping.) They’ll ship in time to be used as a Christmas present.USA: Pendant $32.50 plus S&H $4.95 = $37.45
Canada: Pendant $32.50 plus S&H $11.95 = $44.50 in US dollars.
International: Pendant $32.50 plus S&H $13.95 = $46.95 in US dollars.
For those who get a copy of the book AND the pendant as part of the same order, the combined price is $50.00.
USA: Book & Pendant $50.00 plus S&H $4.95 = $54.95
Canada: Book & Pendant $50.00 plus S&H $11.95 = $61.95 in US dollars.
International: Book & Pendant $50.00 plus S&H $13.95 = $63.95 in US dollars
.These prices are no longer valid, see last page for current price.
So, if you want to help out Our Hotwives, but to get something that might help YOU out, consider taking advantage of this exclusive offer while it lasts—for the hotwife pendant, and the Hotwifing book.
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