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Question: He's offering himself as a hall pass when I don't allow this

Dear Lounge Advice,
I don't know how to approach this but me and my boyfriend have been very honest with this life style lounge and have been together for 8 years. I barley am ever on here until recently. I was going through our mail and he told another couple that he had a free hall pass (which I understand is when he can go out with another couple or be with somone else with out me) I would never agree to something like that and I don't understand why he would do such a thing behind my back. I also think he is on something called craig's list. If someone could please explain to me what that is and any advice on how I should approach him with all of this I would greatly appreciate it.

Sincerely,

(Anonymous)

  
Dear (Anonymous),

Craig's list is for all sorts of things. Some people are on there to browse general ads, sell merchandise, or put out general ads. It's akin to an online newspaper classified section. There is a section for meeting other there, so I don't know why he's on there.
If you have found out without doubt that he offered himself as a hall pass to someone, you need to confront him! There really is no other way around this. He owed you an explanation if he wants to stay in this lifestyle.
It's going to be hard, but keep your temper in check and ask him calmly why he told someone he had a hall pass. Be prepared to produce the evidence if he denies it too.
Tell him that if he wants to stay in this lifestyle, he better knock it off, pronto!! This is all about trust, and if he can't be trusted, he doesn't need to be here.
Also, I recommend that you keep closer tabs on the communication via the site so you know what's going on with all correspondence.

Good luck!
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