Domestic partnership is two people living together while not being married but they are committed to each other.

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I agree with you phat, he sounds like he was bi and she was his bit on the side. I think you need to get yourself tested and WEAR A CONDOM IN FUTURE! It's not always about whether or not she wants you to, it's about protecting yourself too.<br />
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I don't know if I could date anyone who's been around the block like your woman has (no offense, honestly!) but to each their own.

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1) Sexuality isn't just a this or that. For some, for many, it's very flexible and includes men and women equally.<br />
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2) Domestic partnerships are a legal mechanism to provide the same benefits as marriage without calling it a marriage. They're often popular with non-traditional couples be they m/m m/f or f/f.<br />
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3) For him not to use protection or her not to insist is wrong on both their parts and is the reason so many are dealing with an increase in STIs and things like AIDS (which is most prevalent among HETEROsexuals now.) And now, you should be using one too out of respect for yourself and for her.<br />
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I have no problem with people having multiple partners, etc. provided everyone, ALL parties, is/are included. It sounds like he was on the sly though and lying to his partner from your desc<x>ription.

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