Before you come down on me like the Wrath of God, I'm not referring to guy A having both Girl A and Girl B has his girlfriends, I'm talking about going on dates with multiple people.
Example: With online dating, Are you going to message one person that suits your interests and only wait for their response? OR Are you going to message multiple people that suits your interests and wait for their response?
The Same philosophy follows with regular dating, You meet multiple people till you find one that works best for you, I think its one of those things we try to deny it exists but in the back of our minds we know its there but don't like being reminded about it.
What do you think?
- Because its morally wrong. (Explain)11% (1)40% (4)26% (5)Vote
- It isn't wrong (Explain)89% (8)60% (6)74% (14)Vote
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I think it's a reasonable strategy. It's very logical to plant many seeds because it increases your success for a healthy plant. I think most people do this subconsciously but wouldn't really say it out loud. Most people on earth want to have success in their endeavors whether it be in a relationship or business. More options generally increases your chances of success. I would never be in a relationship with more than one person at the same time but in the process of cultivating a relationship I think it's normal to keep all your options open.
To answer whether it's morally wrong or not I'll leave that up to the individual. I can understand and prefer exclusivity while in a relationship but until that time everybody wants the best person they can find.2