drucake wrote:why in the hell dont you go with her? you could have a wonderful experience together!
The Bass wrote:people are in a liberated state, and there are many opportunities to stray.
but there are just as many opportunities to say, no thanks.
tons of people stay faithful at burning man. don't stress too much.
think of it as a big nightclub (it's not, but this is a reasonable proxy) -- there are lots of dudes there who'd love to make out with cute girls, but that doesn't mean the cute girls are all making out with them.
(obviously this applies to all genders and sexualities)
teardropper wrote:dodi142004 wrote: burning man isnt some drug fuelled, naked rave.
Jeez, now you tell me...
RangerTurtleDove wrote:I never brought my boyfriend to the burn, and now I'm breaking it off with him because we grew completely apart. He wanted nothing to do with it, and more and more of my life is becoming centered around it. I now wonder if I could ever be with someone that is not a burner.
However, I would NOT want to camp with a significant other. I like having my own space. The can stay over and what not, but I want them to be able to 'go to their place' so we can both have our own experiences.
I tend to need a lot of space. Not everyone does. So it may be different for you. :)
Teo del Fuego wrote:Dodi:
I know you will not believe me when I say this, but you really can't know someone with whom you are in a trans-continental relationship. I speak from experience having wasted 1.5 years in an England-USA relationship. We saw each other once every two to three months, talked on the phone a shitload and exchanged marvelous e-mails. But with such limited face time, our times together were Roman holidays with both of us on good behaviour when we weren't actually rolling around in the sack. Long-distance relationships are perfect for people with commitmentphobia; when things look to turn serious there is a built-in excuse. But, your mileage may vary, as they say here in the States.
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