LGBT Open marriages

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by zameil, Feb 29, 2004.

  1. zameil

    zameil OT Supporter

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    Hi peeps,
    I know im'n new etc etc. Been lurking for a while and decided to post.

    Who here is in an open relationship?

    My fiance is bi and we openly pick up other females for sex and fun. Not as often as my mates think tho.

    So, How many 3 way's have you had?

    Us well only 4 in the past 5 years theres been no jealousy and it's always been safe and fun.

    Any phyco probs with the 3rd?


    Well thats about it.
     
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  2. DejaVooDoo

    DejaVooDoo *Jojo*

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    I know this isn't a polite 'rule of thumb'. I am into 3-ways...but not in my own relationship. I wouldn't have one with my boyfriend...but I am willing to do it in someone else's relationship.
     
  3. CoCo

    CoCo ...is a Queer Don!! OT Supporter

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    In general, I believe that they (3ways) aren't the best thing in actual relationships... I've just seen them go wrong sooo often. I would never attempt to incorporate them into my actual relationship. I hope that it works out for you, and that you have rules established... :ugh2:
     
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  5. ne0

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    incorporation isn't part of the deal.... it's just fun... you aren't incorporating someone else into your lives, it's just FWB. the moment feelings get involved, or even oen person is uncomfortable, then it should stop. If it doesn't work out like that, then maybe the couple should analyse their own situation and relationship before proceeding.
     

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