Here are the facts
Assume there is a heterosexual relationship. The couple have been going out for more 2 years and live together. No one has cheated and both have morals which do not condone cheating in any form. Both go out and do their own thing, see their own friends if they like.
Now let's take a scenario:
Assume one of the person's from the couple go out with their friends clubbing etc. Then that person(let's call him/her A) meets a person from the opposite gender(let's call him/her B). A gets a long with B because he/she seems to very similiar in many ways(interests, intelligence, hobbies, religious views).
Assume A is in no way interested in being anything more than friends, but B however is interested in things perhaps going further then friends despite knowing A has a partner.
Do you think it is right(or fair to A's partner) in all aspects for A to continue being friends with B? (Assuming A is at the minimum not entirely sure if B feels this way about him/her, but A's partner(lets call him/her C) is quite sure B feels this away about A.)
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If I met someone and even had a small inclination they wanted to be more friends and my boyfriend was uncomfortable with me hanging out alone with them because he felt the person wanted to be more than friends, out of respect for my boyfriend and to protect myself from the guy possibly coming onto me, I would stop hanging out with him alone. I could still be friendly with him-say hi, respond to texts, hang out in groups, etc. but yes I would feel 'wrong' for pursuing a friendship with him any further.2