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monogamy monadry (monagomy) - Does Being Gay Rule out sticking to One and if so why?

Dancenog

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I  wanted a broad cross section of opinions....  Earlier this week.  I was challenged with "well, you gays, all sleep about anyway. No one is ever monogamous. It's all open relationships" 

Ithetr are many viewpoints. 

I don't agree.  I've never cheated on anyone in my life... 

I have always been n monogamous.  When a partner suggested an open relationship, we parted ways as I didn't want to do it nor hold him back. 

I don't think people  are necessarily nore promiscious in terms of mindset but I do think it had become easier to pursue that choice through the digital age. 

Sorry for rambling. But monadry (I thought monogamy was correct) is not for everyone and its the same in.

across all sexualitiez... And not necessary less likely cos of being gay

Not that I'm making a judgement of what anyone believes. 

What I will say is its important to be with someone (as) with the same core beliefs

 

I have also seen a article recently on it 

https://goodmenproject.com/featured-content/gay-men-monogamy-combination-jvinc/ 

Am I allowed to post a link.? If not will delete

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ROGERsoCal

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I am monogamous by nature but having said that, I have never had a relationship where my partner didnt cheat on me.  

I have accepted that this is the norm, however,  NOT ideal. 

 

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Dancenog

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1 hour ago, ROGERsoCal said:

I am monogamous by nature but having said that, I have never had a relationship where my partner didnt cheat on me.  

I have accepted that this is the norm, however,  NOT ideal. 

 

I wouldn't cheat on u.. 

Haha if I was with u I mean hahaha

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I slept around when I was single... that's a perk of being single. I'm in a relationship now and we made a commitment to be monogamous and added a stipulation that if either of us wanted to sleep with someone else we would have a three way if everyone agreed on the terms  (we've only done it twice) We are happy with our commitment with each other. I think the two key words are being happy  with your relationship and willing to make a commitment to each other.

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ROGERsoCal

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I think cheating happens more with long term relationships.  I have been in long term situations: 19 years,  current of 16 years,  12 years and 3 years.  I think part of that was due to being younger... younger people tend to want change and variety...

It hurts to be replaced in bed, it never feels fair but I think it is more the rule than the exception.

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I realize that gay couples tend to try to copy heterosexual relationships and therefore heterosexual language..but "monogamy" literally means "the taking of one woman", which is not something we gay guys want to do.  We need to celebrate our difference from heterosexuality, and not copy it.  The correct, if little used word , for a gay couple that doesn't play around, is "monadry" or "monadrous" which literally means "the taking of one hard cock/penis" or  "adhering to one husband". 

So to get to the root of what is being said: Monogamy is the active and forceful dominating of a woman and Monandry is the willing acceptance of one hard cock to which one belongs.  So, for gay guys, homosexuals who are into Man-sex, using the word monogamy to speak of your desire for commitment is a grossly misused word. Accepting “one hard cock, monandry, is a much better word to describe the acceptance, the focus on and commitment to one hard cock, to one Man. Being monadrous means a guy accepts and commits to one Man.

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ROGERsoCal

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I didnt know that.  Very interesting and glad you shared that!!

Now I know.

But I still think people play around on eachother eventually...

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11 hours ago, LordMasterSM said:

I realize that gay couples tend to try to copy heterosexual relationships and therefore heterosexual language..but "monogamy" literally means "the taking of one woman", which is not something we gay guys want to do.  We need to celebrate our difference from heterosexuality, and not copy it.  The correct, if little used word , for a gay couple that doesn't play around, is "monadry" or "monadrous" which literally means "the taking of one hard cock/penis" or  "adhering to one husband". 

So to get to the root of what is being said: Monogamy is the active and forceful dominating of a woman and Monandry is the willing acceptance of one hard cock to which one belongs.  So, for gay guys, homosexuals who are into Man-sex, using the word monogamy to speak of your desire for commitment is a grossly misused word. Accepting “one hard cock, monandry, is a much better word to describe the acceptance, the focus on and commitment to one hard cock, to one Man. Being monadrous means a guy accepts and commits to one Man.

First time I've ever heard that thank u for enlightening me. 

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I have to say this is why I like this site. Some people would just give me abuse for being incorrect but here we get factual information that can enlighten us. No offence was meant. Ha. I'm gonna start using Monadry now

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I have to say this is why I like this site. Some people would just give me abuse for being incorrect but here we get factual information that can enlighten us. No offence was meant. Ha. I'm gonna start using Monadry now

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I've been in three relationships.  Two were monogamous, and one partner cheated on me.  I ended the relationship with the cheater.  He handed me the old line that he was sorry and that he would never do it again, and I called him a liar and threw him out.  As far as I'm concerned, if you want to sleep around, you need to stay single.  You don't have the right to get into a relationship with anyone if you know you're not going to be faithful.

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Dancenog

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On 1/3/2020 at 3:02 PM, GB007 said:

I've been in three relationships.  Two were monogamous, and one partner cheated on me.  I ended the relationship with the cheater.  He handed me the old line that he was sorry and that he would never do it again, and I called him a liar and threw him out.  As far as I'm concerned, if you want to sleep around, you need to stay single.  You don't have the right to get into a relationship with anyone if you know you're not going to be faithful.

If both parties want same thing then fine.  I wouldn't get in a non-exclusive relationship but that's me. Never cheated but have been cheated on. Typical. Thanks for your views . Appreciate all

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