a married women contacted me to become her sex partner with no emotion. i m single and i m confused is it right to be sex partner of a married women? please help me out


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Ancient Hippy Profile
Ancient Hippy answered

No, it's not alright. Put yourself in her husbands shoes. She's not to be trusted.

Pepper pot Profile
Pepper pot answered

  • "I, [name], take you [name], to be my [husband/wife], to have and to hold from this day forward; for better or for worse; for richer, for poorer; in sickness and in health; to love and to cherish from this day forward until death do us part.
  • "I don't remember "Sex Partner" being in the wedding vowels."

    Mountain  Man Profile
    Mountain Man answered

    It's wrong. Why would you want to make someone else's mess your mess too? You're better off staying away from her and finding a single woman. Besides, what if she tells her husband about you to make him jealous and he comes looking for you? It is a possibility.

    Aldrich Ames Profile
    Aldrich Ames answered

    N to the O. No.

    Bikergirl Anonymous Profile

    Not sure what would confuse you about the situation .. It's quite obvious that it is wrong to get involved with a married woman .. Period.

    It's only a matter of common sense. I don't know what kind of game she is playing by sniffing around ., but I  can assure you .. It won't end well. She could potentially be trying to find some naive enough to enter into a situation to make her "better half" jealous .. And believe me, if that's the case .. You could end up in REAL hot water.

    Tom  Jackson Profile
    Tom Jackson answered

    From a practical standpoint, sex without emotion is mutual masturbation and tends to be somewhat less satisfying than the solitary act.

    Such a period in your life is unlikely to become classified as some of your "fond memories."

    And, "No, of course it is not right."

    Jann Nikka Profile
    Jann Nikka answered

    Your're not confused you know it's wrong. But if you, her and her husband agree. 

    Walt O'Reagun Profile
    Walt O'Reagun answered

    I'll go against what the others have said.

    IF she and her husband have an "open marriage" or are "swingers" or whatever the term is now ... And you don't believe in any "higher power" that said it's wrong ... Then there is nothing inherently wrong with it.  In fact, it's really between her and her husband if she chooses to have sex outside marriage.

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    Jann Nikka
    Jann Nikka commented
    Still adultery, but if all agree.
    Walt O'Reagun
    Walt O'Reagun commented
    the prohibition against adultery is purely religious ... and not all religions have that prohibition, either.
    Jann Nikka
    Jann Nikka commented
    Walt, I apologize I answered on the wrong question. I'm sorry.

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