Many people are into swinging and poly relationships and swear that it helps make a relationship more solid. But what if your mate gave you the ultimatum that they could sleep with other people, but you couldn’t and still had to remain faithful, or they would leave you. That’s what happened with a 22-year-old couple in the UK.
An Interesting Agreement
Beatrice Gibbs and her boyfriend Adam Gillet have come to a very interesting agreement. Since their relationship started about 18 months ago, she’s slept with five different men after threatening to leave her man because she couldn’t resist other men. She also claims to “kiss” up to six men a night. Adam can’t sleep around but he’s giving Beatrice her freedom to keep her in his life.
For Beatrice, it’s perfect because she gets to have her cake and eat it too…literally. She has a boyfriend she loves, but can have fun with other men when she wants to. She claims they’re both happy and that she doesn’t feel guilty to having an open relationship, but knows it’s difficult for him.
To Cuckhold or Not to Cuckhold
Adam was jealous at the beginning of their relationship, and still gets pangs of jealousy when she tells him what she’s been up to—but now, he must keep those feelings to himself and just deal with it. It also must be hard for him not to sleep with other girls on the sly, to get even or feel more like the one wearing the pants. It also resembles cuckolding.
We’re wondering if Adam agreed to letting his make-up artist girlfriend have whatever he wants because she is really hot. The raven-haired curvy and buxom babe is a real catch and looks like a model. Adam is covered in tats and resembles Wolverine from the X-Men with his haircut and facial hair and chiseled body.
Check out the photos of the hipster English couple in UK’s leading newspaper Daily Mail http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4226826/Boyfriend-27-lets-lover-22-sex-men.html.
We’re wondering how many other couples have this kind of “understanding” and what our readers think of this type of relationship.
Is it just a Euro thing? Feel free to comment and let us know!