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Izzynius May 16th, 2017 2:44pm

Has your SO ever allowed you to go out and "explore" for a while but to still come back to them in the end? Like they would be fine with you spending a few nights with a couple of people and they themselves might go "explore" as well.

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Suzan Hawaii
05/16/17 10:07 pm

If that happened I would be a widow.

spring27 California
05/16/17 8:14 pm

This is completely unacceptable behavior. Also, what about the feelings of the people who get explored with? It's unfair to everyone involved. If a SO wants to explore, please leave and don't come back.

jmw7477 Indiana
05/16/17 7:12 pm

Sort of. We've not done anything on our own since my first experience with a female a few years after we got married.

Pinkaliscious Peace Out
05/16/17 3:20 pm

I did all my "exploring" before I got married.

shiculka transvaccinated
05/16/17 2:32 pm

I would never do that.

HammeringMan Gods Away On Business
05/16/17 1:18 pm

The answers below are consistent with scientific studies.

The majority publicly deny, while the large and growing amount of outside relationship sex increases.

Few admit cheating but it seems quite a few do.

As for me, well I never have needed or wanted sex with more than one person.

BamaGirl ROLL TIDE from Arizona
05/16/17 1:04 pm

I'm not & never have been in a polyamorous relationship.

bnnt Los Angeles
05/16/17 12:21 pm

No because before we got married we did something called, "dating" to figure out who was not right first.

lcamino Florida and Georgia
05/16/17 11:57 am

Wether he "allowed" me to or not, I'm not interested. You are either committed to someone, or you are not.

kjs Minnesota
05/16/17 11:52 am

Wrong, wrong, wrong.

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
05/16/17 11:10 am

I did that I didn't up in the hospital.

geoag02 Dallas, TX
05/16/17 10:36 am

I don't have a significant other, but I can't imagine this being ok with anyone.

jackaroo Michigan
05/16/17 8:44 am

Creepy and immoral.

Butters Wisconsin
05/16/17 8:20 am

That's what dating is for.

thatguy2 We tried to warn you
05/16/17 8:16 am

Anecdotally, polyamorous and open relationships appear to be on the rise.

CoffeeNow Powderpuff Leftist
05/16/17 7:59 am

No, I did my exploring before I got married. Plan ahead people

05/16/17 7:45 am

I am just wondering how common this is. I heard maybe a few couples doing things like this but not sure if this is common or not. This is just a curious question.