In her much talked about New York Times Magazine piece "Married (Happily) With Issues," author Elizabeth Weil lets readers in on the details of her sex life — specifically that it's not passionate. Weil has a memoir coming out all about her marriage, so the public can expect to hear more about the sex she has with her husband.
In the Wall Street Journal, writer Eric Felten says he pities a man whose wife writes a memoir. Felten bemoans the supposed rising number of women authors like Weil eager to divulge the intimate details of their marriages in writing. Felten writes: "If Ms. Weil would really like to improve her marriage, here's a good place to start: Don't write about it in the New York Times."
Do you talk about your sex life with other people when you're in a committed relationship, or do you agree that it's best to keep those details between you and your partner?