There are things we have a right to ask the people with whom we have casual sex—like whether they're practicing ethical nonmonogamy, if they have an STI, what kind of birth control they're using, whether they're on Pr EP, etc.—but a casual fuck isn't entitled to details about your relationship.My boyfriend of one year has refused to delete photos from his Instagram account that show him with his ex-girlfriend.Your role-playing games take place before she fucks someone else (when she asks your permission) and after she fucks someone else (when she recounts her experience).
Of course, it's just an elaborate role-playing game—but is it wrong to be using these people as pawns in our game without their knowledge and consent? There's a perverse thrill in her other lovers being totally oblivious to it, but we want to be ethical in our polyamorous ways.
But he needs to be involved in determining where, when, how, and with whom he'd like to make this fantasy a reality.
My bi girlfriend and I are getting married in a month.
We're in a cuckold relationship—she sleeps with other men and women, while I am completely monogamous to her—and "my" best man is one of her regular male sex partners and her maid of honor is one her girlfriends with benefits.
No one else at our big traditional church wedding (that her mother is paying for) will know.