By Beth Witrogen McLeod
Robin Stanton supposes her admiration for more youthful guys had been honed throughout the revolution that is feminist. Growing up in Ohio into the 1950s, she married her senior school sweetheart at age 22. that they had two young ones, but in a short time she knew her traditional marriage had been killing her heart. To Stanton's dismay, her spouse seemed threatened by her cleverness and spirits that are high along with her singing career.
"He would denigrate me personally by saying i would have had brain smarts but did not have lick of good judgment," claims Stanton. "He stated I became so susceptible to flattery, anybody could purchase me personally with a bag of chips.