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  1. My girlfriend wants to try sex with a girl (without me) How to respond?

    Your girlfriend and you're her boyfriend? Did you discuss this status together, or is it just how you think it is? And then it happens that a guy thinks of someone as his girlfriend, and she doesn't know it. If she wants to give it a try and you ask her how to respond, then she probably isn't interested in your opinion. Because then she would ask, and you would not be able to answer: “Wait. I'll ask you about my possible reaction to TQ and then I'll tell you.” This doesn't happen in normal life.

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    What would make a difference with you? Do you think that much? What if she wants to try with a guy, but with you? Will it be the same as without you?�

    As you can see, there are a lot of questions. And only you will have to answer them. Of course, you can read other people's recommendations, but it's up to you to live. And you won't spend your entire life following recommendations.

    It seems to me that your relationship can have many options, but the key is only one: are you partners only for each other or for someone else? It doesn't matter if it's a girl or a guy.

    If partners are only for each other, then the word try can not be in your life together. If partners are not just for each other, then the third/fourth/fifth can be of any gender and for any of you.

    The choice is yours.

  2. Do you have an open relationship? Have you agreed that she can date someone other than you for sex, and you can also date someone else or someone else for sex? If not, if your relationship implies loyalty, then her intentions are those of infidelity. Kmk, you should remove a few extra words from the question and you will get: my girlfriend wants to have sex with another person without my participation. I think if you put it this way, it will be easier for you to find the answer. And, most likely, after the first experience, the next one will follow.

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