I've been dating my boyfriend around three years, and lately I've been wanting to get out there and have a wild hookup. Isn't it interesting that we use the words "hookup" and "fling" when we're fantasizing about stepping out on our own lover and wield words like "affair" and "cheat" when we're talking about somebody else?
I still want to be with him and stay together for a long time, but I just want to get one hookup in while I'm young. Is it OK to just have one hookup, or should I just keep all these fantasies to myself? Who doesn't want to sleep with that stranger who caught your eye on the street? Mutual monogamy is the ultimate proof of the golden rule: When you think about stepping out on someone, it doesn't seem like such a big deal. If you cheat on your guy, you may ruin the relationship.
“I don’t want this to be exclusive…” was the last thing I wanted to hear. “It’s not that there’s anything wrong with you, it’s just that I don’t want to get into a relationship.” Sure, that made all the difference. I’d never been in that situation before and it was going to be interesting.
For the Guy in a Relationship The beginning of your relationship may have been dynamite—over the top dates, nights (maybe even entire weekends) spent sleeping over each other’s places, and now you’re entering that next phase.
“I had come off of a bad sexual relationship and was very careful with who I gave myself to sexually.” When you initially start dating, you have to figure out: Is she interested in me and just taking her time or is she simply not emotionally and/or physically attracted to me?
“It totally depends on the girl and what her beliefs are,” Kinrys says.
I would turn her on and love her in the way that she really wanted in that moment.
She would look at me with excitement, hoping that somewhere deep in my mind, I was beginning to change and would only want to be with her.