Gregory Rayo, Kai Stenstrum and Mark Aldridge, three gay men in love and living together as a triad outside of Boston, haven't heard of any either. But a month or two into their long-distance romance, a guilt-wracked Rayo confessed to hooking up with a friend at a party. That's when Stenstrum who responded with "Was he hot? First, it was sex with other people, and then dating other people. Then Rayo met Aldridge through a dating app one night.
Share via Email Non-monogamous relationships can lead to a happier, more fulfilling relationship, a study found. One of the keys to their success: McIntyre and Allen say the strength of their bond is built on clear and open communication. And while that assertion will be perplexing or even taboo to many monogamous couples, a new study into gay couples in open relationships suggests that this skepticism is unjustified.
These 3 Gay Men Are in a Successful, Loving Triad Relationship — Here's How It Works
Did you see the latest DatingAdvice. What are your thoughts, and why do you think that is? Is it because gay men are more liberal and uninhibited when it comes to sexual activity? Is it because we rebel against the moral majority as a marginalized group? Do you seek sexual variety , freedom and experimentation of a consensual nature that will enrich your life?