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Old 10-05-2012, 07:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Vinccenzo View Post
Someone who doesn't want to be involved with someone who engages in particular acts and those acts could be going on with one of his other partners. Do we tell that person its none of their business? That they shouldn't be able to ask for assurance that one of there partners is indeed someone they would have no qualms about being intimate with?
Ka is not asking whether they engage in particular acts, she knows they do. When and how often is absolutely none of her business. It only feeds her insecurity, and has absolutely no effect on her safety.

Clearly, she does have qualms about being intimate with someone who is intimate with others. Why she's still in a polyamorous relationship is beyond me, she doesn't really seem cut out for it.
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