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Dating in an Open Relationship

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Submitted by Straight_Talk_Luigi (United States), Mar 24, 2019 at 12:41

Hi Shay:

Dating in an open relationship when you are this far in and having sex is not a good idea for a lot of reasons besides him being a potential VISA scammer. It used to be that dating was to determine if someone was a good fit for marriage, and at that concept you are just wasting your time, Shay.

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