tech2011 saidIt seems like I've met quite a few married men lately checking out gay apps/websites. While some merely are looking to chat, others mainly want to hook-up. Please know, I'm not judging any married men exploring their sexuality. However, it becomes pretty frustrating. Some are cool with that fact that I'm not going to hook up with them, but others can't believe that I'm not okay with hooking up with them. Don't get me wrong, I've chatted with some great married guys. I guess I'm just trying to get a sense of how common this is.
Am I the only one attracting married guys? Just curious, fellas.
Assuming that by married you mean str8/bi guy married to a woman who thinks she's in a monogamous relationship.
Curious as to why you don't play with them.
Especially when I was younger I seemed to attract them so much so that it actually got annoying. When I was very young dumb and full of cum in my late teens/early 20s, I fucked around with them. But pretty quickly and with very little thought came to realize that another person was involved, it wasn't just me and my trick, but also the person they were fucking around on. That stopped me.
I had no intention to be an accessory to their crime. Scumbags use sex to hurt others and I would not be that.
I see no difference worth differentiating between that and driving the get away car. Oh I didn't rob the bank, I just provided the means. Same fucking thing.https://thebuddhistcentre.com/text/ethics
The Five Precepts
3. Avoiding sexual misconduct. ... essentially it means not causing harm to oneself or others in the area of sexual activity. It includes avoiding breaking commitments in the area of sexual relations, and avoiding encouraging others to do the same...
If the guy is in an open relationship, then you are not an accessory to bringing harm but you might still ask yourself: "so she get's the house and all you get is dick?" Which might be fine for the moment, as long as you ask the question. If it is a closed relationship, then there is no question.
"... sex should be a means of happiness. The worst thing about sex is that we use it to hurt each other. It ought never to hurt; it should bring happiness, or, at the very least, pleasure. There is no good reason why it should ever be anything less." ~~ Robert A. Heinlein