Relationships can take many forms and for some monogomy is something that some have to have and others prefer to date outside the lines. Recently actress Monique gave an interview where she discussed her marriage and how she gives her husband a pass to cheat. Read her explaination below:
"The person that you stood up and you said 'for better, for worse, sickness and in health, richer or poorer' you took those vows in front of the universe. If you don't live by them, then maybe you shouldn't have taken them. And when you say 'a pass to cheat'… see when you're with your best friend and you say to your best friend 'I'm having these feelings about this person, sexually and I wanna share it with you'.. when you're best friends, you can have those open and honest conversations. Often times people cheat because of something they're not getting. But when you have open and honest dialogue and you say we're just human beings and all these people on the face of the earth, do you think my eyes won't ever say 'he's fine' or 'she's attractive'. Now if you wanna go further with it, let's be honest enough to have those conversations. What is it about that person that you find that you wanna sleep with? Because they may give you something that I'm simply not willing to do. And if that's the case, how can I be mad? Because I'm not gon' do it. Should I deprive you of not having it? That's when the relationship is real real."
From personal experience if you're not in an open relationship (more on that later) and you feel the need to cheat, breakup and spare everyone the headache. I'm low key freak so whatever you want to try sexually I'm pretty much down. So I feel like if you want to fuck someone else, let me know and maybe we can work something out, hell I might want to join in. But usually cheaters have to lie, and once you lie to me its a wrap.
So would you give your partner a pass to cheat?