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Two Pointed Conversions



I met a guy on an app and we’ve been hooking up almost weekly for the last couple months.  Needless to say the sex is great, but I genuinely like him.  I would like to see if this FWB situation could turn into something more but whenever I suggest getting together for dinner or doing something outside of the bedroom he gets an attitude.


Converting it from the sheets to the streets so to speak is going to be an almost impossible challenge.  The rules of the game have been set- you meet, you’re friendly, you have great sex and you leave.  It would take both players’ consent to change the rules, and it seems like he’s happy with the game as is.  All you can do is accept it for what it is and enjoy it for as long as you choose to do so.



I’m getting married at the end of the year and my fiancée wants me to convert to his religion.  I’m not an overly religious person (and neither is he frankly) but it would mean a lot to him if I did this.  I respect his faith, but I’m not at a place where I want to reject mine in favor of his.


There’s so much we can do for our significant other that means a lot.  Changing religion shouldn’t be on that list.  Making a change in your belief structure and rituals is a deeply personal thing that’s between you brain, your heart and your G-d.  Conversion to any religion is something you’ve got to feel with every fiber and if you don’t, you don’t do it.  Perhaps in time you may feel differently, and in the meantime I would continue to support your fiancée’s religious life as an open and accepting bystander.


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