") don't value their partners and don't deserve intimacy.
People who are assholes to everyone don't deserve intimacy either, of course, but they get points for being consistent.
It is, however, one of the things on my list for my quarterly pro session.
My boyfriend of five years has developed a strange fascination. (Spoiler: He's bi, bicurious, or so homoflexible he could tour with Cirque du Soleil.) If you're not interested in having sex with women, tell him so.
We've always watched porn together, but now he has been looking at straight porn and even lesbian porn (!!! More than once he has expressed an interest in having a MMF threesome—and he's a self-proclaimed gold-star gay! On the other hand, we still have sex pretty frequently. Guy Alarmed, Yeah, By Younger Boyfriend's Interest Turning bi? If being with you means he can never have sex with a woman, tell him so.
She went on to say that she is considering changing from poly to nonmonogamous. I'm certainly nonmonogamous, but I've never thought of myself as poly. Confused Over Lines Inside Names I would describe the difference as googleable, COLIN.
But since you asked: A nonmonogamous person has sex with their partner and others; a poly person has or is open to having committed and concurrent romantic relationships.
" Just Seems Rude People who are courteous to strangers ("Excuse me, can I squeeze past you?