Open Relationship Rules

Pronunciation:
|ˈōpən riˈlāSHənˌSHip ro͞ols|
Definition:

The conditions and constraints established when an open relationship is formed. Typically the rules will be set to protect the interests and emotions of both parties.

Common open relationship rules:
-Always wear protection with sexual partners
-A curfew

-A maximum amount of sexual partners

Example:

Brenda told Richard that he needed to wear protection while they had sex, explaining that it was a part of the open relationship rules she had with her husband.

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