What society says is right, but is it?  

Jessesgirl_90 32M/F
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9/28/2005 5:20 pm

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What society says is right, but is it?


Society has taught us that a woman should be with a man and vice-versa, and a relationship should be about them and no one else should be involved in that relationship...if society is correct then no one would be able to express their real feelings, and no one would be able to fulfill their fantasies. In the words of the wisest person that I know(my bf Jesse)..."When people cannot fulfill their fantasies, they tend to wander and lose site of what really matters in a relationship, each other, by letting others be involved every once and awhile, the relationship keeps its spark and reminds both parties why they are together, each other...". When people can explore new and exciting things together, they will find that it brings them closer. So this is the thought...If society is correct then more relationships will end because the parties believe there is something new and better and more exciting out there...In my opinion yeah there is something new, and exciting out there, but not better...explore your fantasies, and remember who you love...because experiencing something new and bringing new people into your relationship is the way to go, you will find that it will make your love stronger and teach you to have a new found love, respect, and passion for your partner. But remember this can only work if both partners are present when the action is taking place, if the man wants to try another woman let him as long as you are there and men it works the same way if your woman wants to try another man, just remember it's just sex, not love and you two will be together after the fact, don't let someone talk you into doing anything without the other person, that's not the way it works, you both have to be present. I hope this thought gives you a greater prospective on this society and what it thinks about "right and wrong". What do you think?

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