Nowadays everyone has their own code of ethics, I suppose; "wrong" is very subjective. I think it's wrong to lie to people and play games. So basically, if you have a bf and you're not doing anything behind his back, cool. If you have a best friend/lover, as long as SHE also knows what's what, cool.
You wont know until u experiment. morally yeah its wrong, but if it builds up n up in your head your might direct it at a ******** lol. sometimes u have to crack a few eggs to make an ommlette.
No it's fun
I don't think so, but you should be asking your boyfriend. I doubt he will mind, but if he does, then you know it will hurt him if you do. If that's the case, you have to decide whether what you want to do is more important than how your boyfriend will feel about it. Maybe if you two talk about it, you can work something out to where he can do something he wants to do in exchange or something.
I say go for it then. I don't know how that could be considered wrong.
No I have a lesbian friend and she tried to hit on me, but I told her that I have a boy friend and I am straight. We are still friends.
it's not wrong to want something.. as for whether or not it would be the wrong thing to do, ask your boyfriend...
Just read this after my post. It isn't "wrong".
I say as long as he knows it's fine
Yeah it is. I'm a firm believer in faithfullness in a relationship. And your guy wouldn't understand. He may go along with it but he would want to watch or join in which it seems like you are not a all interested in.
It isn't "wrong" if you have that understanding with your bf, and he is okay with it. Otherwise, you know the answer.
Not as long as the bf knows about it and is okay with it.