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A few years ago, my dad was busted by the cops for using an online forum to solicit escorts.
The arrest and infidelity destroyed his marriage to my mom. I know part of my anger comes from how badly he hurt my mom. But because my dad was involved in this bust, and because I had to become aware of the double life he led, I felt uncomfortable around him.
And while those gaps, when exposed, can be mutually negating, that's not always the case. You don't say why your dad was seeking sex outside the marriage, PH, and I can't imagine that was a conversation you wanted to have with your dad in your mid-teens—and it may not be one you ever want to have.
It is possible for someone to be a good dad and a shitty husband. But it's possible your parents' marriage was more complicated than you know.
You can take your time crafting what you want to say, and your dad can take his time crafting a response.
In the Nineties and Noughties we had an influx of American programmes which told us that a) everyone was beautiful, b) everyone was dating all the time, and c) everyone was having it off all the time.
Friends, though still one of my favourite sitcoms, portrayed a world of non-stop pick-ups and constant conquests, with Joey’s ill treatment of the women he slept with being rich comedy fodder (a theme that became an even greater source of inspiration for the god-awful Barney in How I Met Your Mother).
There are, as the top comment on this question notes, four bases in baseball, and these have corresponding sex acts associated with them.
"I got to second base with that girl yesterday." "I didn't think I had a chance, but I made it to third base with her last night." One of the other answers has provided a nice link to the Wikipedia entry for baseball metaphors for sex.