Here's the catch, we're both bisexuals, me attracted to feminine types and him attracted to ladyboys. We are kind of in a open relationship but restricted to me seeing a man and him seeing a woman. My worry actually is, how can I explain this to someone who sees him having drinks with a ladyboy. He's a western, and westerns are very blunt or sometimes insensitive as I call it? What approach should I say to him with regards to seeing ladyboys when I'm not around? I am fine he hooking up with a ladyboy but I am not okay with him having drinks and dinner with someone else in public.
Most Helpful Guy
You should join a commune where everyone shares with everyone else, including sex partners, so you'd be too confused to be jealous! And avoid Westerners, who don't understand your culture to begin with, even if you had a more traditional and less controversial type relationship!0
Most Helpful Girl
If you're trying to have an open relationship, every detail and boundary needs to be discussed openly and you guys need to agree on all the "yes's" and "no's" that make you BOTH feel comfortable, before anyone takes action outside the relationship.
That being said, are you sure you really want an open relationship? They rarely work out. Just because you're bi, doesn't mean you can't be faithful. I'm bi, but the ability to be attracted to women doesn't make me unable to be faithful to one partner. It just means there are lots of dating options for me when I'm single. I've been with the same guy for five years now, will probably marry him, and I have no regrets about being monogamous and faithful. I'm in a relationship with someone I love. If I had never met him, it's equally possible I could have fallen in love with a woman, but I didn't. I fell in love with him. And just like any straight or gay person, I have plenty of opportunities for sex with other people but I'm not interested in any of that because I'm in a relationship.0