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Lifestyle Sexual Advice
Does this make me a cuckold?
We have tried Bi sites and have not had any luck.
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Lifestyle Etiquette
Perhaps I just want to know your opinion and if you agree that their behavior was rude?
I have a single male friend that I play with
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What say you?
My fantasy is simply being with a man that wants to be with 'only me' and loves me most of the time. I really don't think he does any more.
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How would I find these parties?
We are new to this site and the lifestyle.
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Question: We met a single bi fem ... but she is married and hubby doesnt know anything about this...

Dear Lounge Advice,

We recently met a single single bi curious woman. She was attracted to both of us. Now what could be an issue about this? Turns out she's married, and her husband knows nothing about her desire for women, or for that matter other men. We really like her, however are troubled. We wouldn't play with a married man, without his wife knowning, and don't think we can play with a married bi woman under these circumstances.

Any advice?



Sincerely,

(Anonymous)

  
Dear (Anonymous),

This is a moral issue for you guys to decide.

No matter what kind of spin you want to put on it, she is cheating. Whether you want to be the "other" object of a cheating spouse is up to you.

It is always helpful in these situations to try to walk a mile in the other person's shoes (in this case her husband) and ask yourself how you would feel.

This is all about having fun and physical pleasure, but if its at the expense of someone else feeling pain, it's just not somewhere we would even consider going.

As info-the lifestyle is about honesty, caring, and trust, and not about cheating. We are far from the morality police, so if you can live with yourselves and look in the morror without guilt after doing that to someone, then have fun.

We just think its really bad karma.


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