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View Poll Results: Would you sleep with a married man?

Absolutely not. 28 52.83%
Libido first, everything else second. 6 11.32%
Depends on how hot he is. 19 35.85%
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Old Jan 10th, 2013, 10:12 AM   #91
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Re: Question for homosexual males regarding married men

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ppl take some stuff way too seriously.
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Old Jan 10th, 2013, 10:21 AM   #92
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Re: Question for homosexual males regarding married men

i haven´t read the whole thread
but when a married guy is looking for a diq, then it is not the fault of the gay guy
it isn´t the fault of gay that something is wrong in the marriage.

IMO it is all the decision of the married men if he want to fuck around with a guy while he has a wife at home
but there is not difference if the married guy fuck around with a guy or another girl

cheating is cheating
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Old Jan 10th, 2013, 10:27 AM   #93
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Re: Question for homosexual males regarding married men

Helping cheating is as wrong as cheating (if the guy knows his partner is married of course)
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Old Jan 10th, 2013, 01:37 PM   #94
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Re: Question for homosexual males regarding married men

It's interesting because it happens soooo frequently.

A lot of my friends, both gay and straight women have said they have been hit on/made out with/had sex with married men. Seems a lot of married men enjoy the thrill.

Everyone is different, is it right or not right... that's up to the people in the situation to decide and come to a conclusion about. Not us.

Who knows what is going on in the marriage, who knows, the wife may be cheating with other men or women herself. I mean you just never know.
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If a husband and wife agree to be monogamous i.e., there's a contract between them. Why are other people bound by that contract especially if those people have no say whatsoever in coming up with the terms of that contract?
I don't think using a legal analogy is appropriate or effective way of analysing an emotional and highly personal situation. You refer to the doctrine of "privity of contract". Emotions don't end stop or end where legal obligations do; legal obligations can also be enforced by the courts. Emotions can't be - emotions change where a contract would not lapse.

Thus, it is necessary to have some sort of emotional intelligence before going into a relationship. It would also be a good idea for the 3rd party to have some emotional intelligence too. IMO anyone with any sort of emotional intelligence wouldn't engage in a one-off sexual act where they are essentially a vessel for the other's "guilty or true pleasure" or on the other hand would not attempt to initiate relations and seduce someone in already a relationship. Getting into a prolonged and messy affair where there are other people, such as children, involved also requires some intelligent emotional judgement.

Obviously these things aren't black and white and if the relationship was "dying" i.e. emotional connection was lost, partners talking about separating - then it's a different context. Of course all this is predicated in that the onus isn't on the 3rd party to find out the relationship status in the first place.
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Helping cheating is as wrong as cheating (if the guy knows his partner is married of course)
Then will you go all the way to find the wife and tell her that her husband likes to fuck men? Plus, there is always a possibility that some wives, although a slim one, KNOW that their husbands fuck around.
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You care so much about what others on this board think of you. It's really sad.
It is called reading the other replies and the poll results. Something pretty normal to do when you post in a thread like this.

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i haven´t read the whole thread
but when a married guy is looking for a diq, then it is not the fault of the gay guy
it isn´t the fault of gay that something is wrong in the marriage.

IMO it is all the decision of the married men if he want to fuck around with a guy while he has a wife at home
but there is not difference if the married guy fuck around with a guy or another girl

cheating is cheating
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Old Jan 10th, 2013, 04:05 PM   #99
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I don't think using a legal analogy is appropriate or effective way of analysing an emotional and highly personal situation. You refer to the doctrine of "privity of contract". Emotions don't end stop or end where legal obligations do; legal obligations can also be enforced by the courts. Emotions can't be - emotions change where a contract would not lapse.

Thus, it is necessary to have some sort of emotional intelligence before going into a relationship. It would also be a good idea for the 3rd party to have some emotional intelligence too. IMO anyone with any sort of emotional intelligence wouldn't engage in a one-off sexual act where they are essentially a vessel for the other's "guilty or true pleasure" or on the other hand would not attempt to initiate relations and seduce someone in already a relationship. Getting into a prolonged and messy affair where there are other people, such as children, involved also requires some intelligent emotional judgement.

Obviously these things aren't black and white and if the relationship was "dying" i.e. emotional connection was lost, partners talking about separating - then it's a different context. Of course all this is predicated in that the onus isn't on the 3rd party to find out the relationship status in the first place.
I agree with you that the 3rd party should have emotional intelligence. The husband and wife have an agreement that they are going to be monogamous. My issue is whether or not the 3rd party is morally obligated to respect that agreement. An agreement that they had no input into at all. So I guess my issue is not whether or not the 3rd party should pursue the relationship, but if he were to, would that be morally wrong?
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Re: Question for homosexual males regarding married men

Phags find married men attractive. He might be a 4/10 but if he mentions he is married or has a gf then he is automatically upgraded to a 7. Somehow being a married coward makes him more masculine to the femme phags.
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Phags find married men attractive. He might be a 4/10 but if he mentions he is married or has a gf then he is automatically upgraded to a 7. Somehow being a married coward makes him more masculine to the femme phags.
WTF is this shit? It both offends a lifestyle and the English language. The fuckery
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Phags is like phat.
Phabulous gays= Phags.
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It is called reading the other replies and the poll results. Something pretty normal to do when you post in a thread like this.
Lol have you though? "Absolutely not" is winning.

That some people have quoted you with "+1", "this" or "" in an effort to express agreement with your posts doesn't mean MOST people agree with you, furthermore if the majority of people here would indeed screw somebody elses man it does not even mean they particurarly agree with YOUR views.
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Phags is like phat.
Phabulous gays= Phags.
I'm a phabulous gay and although I see straight guys with lust my dick shrinks when I find they have a relationship / are married. I bet there are many phabulous gays who are just like me.
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Lol have you though? "Absolutely not" is winning.

That some people have quoted you with "+1", "this" or "" in an effort to express agreement with your posts doesn't mean MOST people agree with you, furthermore if the majority of people here would indeed screw somebody elses man it does not even mean they particurarly agree with YOUR views.
The choices that signify the person would do it actually have more voters than "absolutely not"

We are all different ppl and nobody has the EXACT same thought process about anything, but in this thread it is pretty clear there are 2 sides. That's a no brainer. My post was in response to Gagsquet who said I got burnt when only 2-3 ppl clearly expressed they disagreed with me and many more said they shared my view or said equivalent things.
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