Too Many Partner's: How many partner's are too many for the man or woman you want to marry? Or does it make a difference?

You've finally found Mr.or Ms. Right and as you have those late night phone conversations of getting to know one another you discover your partner has been with more people intimately than you feel is acceptable for someone you're hoping to marry!

There is definetly a double standard on the number of sexual partner's men should have in comparison to the number of partner's women should have in a lifetime. So, to simply pick a number stating "how many partner's are too many", has to be broken down even further to "if you're a man" vs. "if you're a woman".

Would you continue to date someone with the idea of marraige, who had more sexual partner's than you felt was an acceptable number?

Or would they now just become the in the meantime person?

And is the number of sexual partner's different for men and women?

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Comment by Alisha Cordell on March 3, 2010 at 10:16pm
To women, men are like shoes...doesn't matter the color, the size, or how many she has, she always want more! Happy Shopping Ladies!
Comment by GROWNAZZMAN on March 3, 2010 at 7:16pm
As long as you don't have six kids by six different men its your business how many partners you have had. I must add that goes both ways i'm sure a women does not want six baby mamas in the picture as well JMO
Comment by Derek Arnold on March 3, 2010 at 6:38pm
It simply doesn't matter unless the number is zero.
Comment by Maria P. on March 3, 2010 at 6:09pm
First of all I would not be discussing how may sexual parteners I had. What would be the purpose of this conversation? I would think this is a private matter unless you were going around having unprote=cted sex and may have to be concerned about std's.
Comment by Priscilla Washington on March 3, 2010 at 2:17pm
Honestly, I don't care how many partners anyone had. If I had a mate I wouldn't care. To me thats not even important or an issue. The only thing I would be concerned about is STDs and getting checked.
Comment by CHERYL (BKA) Natural Beauty on March 3, 2010 at 12:59pm
This is a question that nobody is ever going to be really honest with their mate about. I seriously don’t care how many partners my lover has had in the past because it is the past.

As long as he can show me the results of his health status then I’m living by the don’t ask don’t tell act when it comes down to how many people have you screwed!
Comment by Tasha G on February 28, 2010 at 9:24pm
It would not matter to me. The past should remain there.
Comment by Ms.Foxxy on February 28, 2010 at 9:01pm
Well as for me an my fiance we told each other i think everything. But myself i regret knowing actually how single to mingle my man was before me. I really beieve i got turned off by knowing his past and he got turned on from knowing mines. So if i could turn back the hands of time i wouldnt want to know..Even before we decided to tell all i couldnt keep him from touching me and now i beieve i started something...Grown folks lets let the past stay there...
Comment by Lady D on February 28, 2010 at 1:02pm
As long as the partners are in the past, I don't see how it matters. What's done is done, and as the future spouse, you're probably going to reap the benefits of your partner's experience. There is definitely a double-standard when it comes to the number acceptable for men vs. women (the male player = the female ho mentality), which is why I don't think anyone ought to just volunteer the information, let alone ask for it. You're probably not going to like the answer, so why even go there?


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