ANSWERS: 100
  • It depends on whether it was ok with their spouse or not.
  • I will not date a woman if she is married.
  • no, because 9 times out of 10 they would be going home and sleeping with/next to their spouse. its not a calming feeling.
  • Yeah, i would date my wife, lol. Seriously though, no, too many complications for starters.
  • No, how could I trust someone who would cheat on someone else?
  • No, I couldn't trust the man or the relationship, being the other woman ends in pain most times, from what I read.
  • If she was separated and it was prior to divorce being finalised? Maybe with some thought,yes
  • No, I would not personally knowingly date a married man. Too much drama and stress.
  • It depends on whether it's just a fling or you actually want something serious. If it's the latter I'd say no, but if the former, maybe?
  • no not ever. having been the one cheated on by my husband who i completely loved & was committed to. i would not let anyone esle have the same hurt and devastation i felt for a little selfishness and fun. i have to live with the hurt everyday, why do that to someone esle!
  • NO! I wouldn't even date someone who was involved with another person. If I was single, and you wanted to date me...YOU better be single too...BAD KARMA to mess with someone already involved or married to another person! eeeesssh no, no no!
  • If they were married but in an open marriage, their spouse knew about it and was completely okay with it, I would still stay clear. The fact of the matter is I wouldn't want to be in a relationship with someone who I knew was more devoted to somebody else (romantically) than me. There's too much potential for it to get really complicated and messy...
  • No, I would be scared. If the husband saw me with his woman, I'm sure I would get hurt.
  • Noooooo way. Been on the flip side of this and it is no fun to find out your spouse is cheating. I simply wouldn't want to put anyone through what I went through.
  • no. if a person is married they have taken a vow at the very least legally and most likely religiously, that should be upheld. and if you can take someone away from someone else that person can just as easily be taken away from you.
  • HELL NO! Why the hell would anyone do that!? There are so many great single people out there. How would you feel if that someone was you being cheated on instead. And how do you know a few years down the line that person wouldn't do the same to you. It all comes down to trust as far as I'm concerned.
  • Nope, couldn't do that.
  • sure, if they are willing to cheat then why not with me. i understnad that someone is going to be hurt in all of it but if a person wants to cheat they will, and if i am attracted to the person then i will go for it.
  • I sure would - but she would have to pee in her pants for me every so often. I would want it to be worth the trouble. Obvioulsy their marriage is already shit.
  • absolutly not no way no how
  • No way I'm not going to contribute to someone's adultry.
  • I have been talking to this guy for a long time, got attached and one day he fesses up that he is married with kids and is sorry for everything. he got rid of the extra phone and he still calls me. nothing is going on between us, but talk. Its a life lesson that sucks since i lost my best friend.
  • Isn't this an oxymoron?
  • Well imo.wedding rings dont plug holes.
  • As often as possible, My husband likes to take me out on dates but I always ask him if his wife is OK with it and wink at him. As for other men NOT married to me, I am just not interested in dating them.
  • Married women are a good bet. It is well known that married women are trustworthy as they have a lot to lose if exposed. In the meantime, they are appreciative, not much trouble, and they always go home after.
  • No, no, no. After all, I wouldn't want my spouse to cheat on me either.
  • only my husband...seriously, NO. look at Britney and Fed-ex. that is a typical relationship breakdown due to lack of trust. she met him while he was married (with a baby on the way) and then expected him to stay faithful to her. No wonder she is freaking now. If a person will do that to one partner, they will do it to you.
  • I've done it, a good few years ago, twice. Once with the knowledge of the husband and once without. In both cases it was great, no-strings-attached sex. I wouldn't do it now though; I think it makes things too complicated.
  • I just came back from a long awaited date with a married man.... my husband
  • No I wouldn't.
  • Only if i was sure they were headed for divorce.Nothing feels better then dipping your fingers in someone elses cookie jar...
  • Never even in my dreams.
  • To cut to the chase, so to speak, for several years I was "the other man." No point in going into the reasons I fell in with a married woman. The point is, it was wrong! Period. It ended 10 years ago. I've been alone ever since. No matter how many showers I take, I just can't feel clean any more. My guilt from this is so strong, even 10 years later, that I can no longer date anyone. I doubt I will ever forgive myself, and cannot even begin to tell about the insanity I've gone through over this. There is NO justification...no excuse...no reason that can make any of it right. It is wrong. There is no "gray" area. Absolutely NO GOOD can EVER come from dating a married person, even if it starts "innocently" (a married person, man or woman, has no business, for instance, meeting a single person for social functions -- movies, dinner, etc.). If you do, you're setting the stage for disaster. Of course, if you have no conscience....well, I won't even go into that. Unfortunately, I do have one. If there were a way to undo it, I would, but there's not. If anyone else is contemplating it, I beg you to stop a bit and think it through first. Don't go through what I've been through.
  • NO! A person would HAVE to be divorced, and would HAVE to be final!
  • No never . If they will cheat on their present partner they will cheat on you.
  • Yeah... I would... but I wouldn't make it a serious relationship.
  • Sure, why not, but no sex.
  • I'll try anything once. He was separated. We were together for five years when he told me that he had been seeing her - He went back to her. So married and recently separated men were off the menu from then on.
  • No. There are just too many available single women in the world to distract me from the married ones.
  • Married women are just like guys. They like, the need variety, and anyone who thinks that being with one person for a lifetime is all that they need is very different than me.
  • No way, Jose
  • I've been having dates with a married woman for almost 40 years and I love all of them. The fact that I'm married to her is neither here nor there.
  • For anyone considering it - Don't. It's such a waste of time and energy. And, just think, if he can treat his wife - and maybe the mother of his children like that - what chance do you have? Sorry, but I can only comment from the female perspective. No offence to all you lovely, loyal guys out there.
  • dependz on whos da wife. i mean if shes a bitch i might convince the dude. but i dunt know its just wrong lol
  • No. I wouldn't feel comfortable with being the "other woman." I don't think I could live with myself if I were responsible for breaking up someone's marriage and home.
  • Hmmm...normally I would say NO, but it depends on the situation. The woman would better have to give me a convincing reason why she wants to date or have a romantic affair outside her marriage, i.e. for instance very abusive husband but cannot opt for divorce or separation because of kids or money. If she manged to convince me genuinely, then I probably might date her. P.S. You should always put yourself in the shoes of the other person too, before making any judgment.
  • Yeah, I once dated a married woman. We had an intense relationship for about a month, then she found a new boyfriend and broke up with me. I've come to the conclusion that cheating is a compulsion like alcohol, gambling, and drugs. [Edit: No, I don't feel sorry for her any more. She uses people's affections without caring who she hurts.]
  • Never in a milloin years. It's amoral and destructive. And there's no sob story or excuse that could ever make this all right. Just think of all the choas and destruction your actions would bring. And think about this if they'll do it to their spouse, they'll do it to you. Some one who cheats is nothing but a selfish liar. And you're joining on in and helping them out.
  • YES> Marriage is not the end of exploration. No one can eat the same food every day, read the same book over and over, nor should anyone, my wife included, be expected to do so.
  • ummmmmmmmmmm...NO thats just straight out wrong!!!!!!!!! you cant find a single man/woman so you have to be with a maried one you should find someone else and dont ruin that family. Same for the person whos married you should be commited to your spouse and dont mess around behind their back.
  • Not no, but HELL NO !! If a person will cheat on his/her spouse whom they promised to love and be faithful to, they will burn YOU TOO sooner or later. Once the "New" wears off you'll be old news.
  • If someone is interested in me and I in them, then it's not my problem whether or not they're married, it's their spouse's. I'll date whoever I want, regardless of who they're involved with. Having said that, I would still really avoid the hell out of it. I get jealous easily and I don't like to wonder about loyalty. It's just too complicated and will cause shit for everyone involved. I'm sure I could find a great single person just as easily.
  • Definitely not!! As it's happened to me two weeks after separating from my husband I was gob smacked. The other woman was single, my husband hurting and had always liked this other "Friend". We got back together as he didn't tell me until moving back in much later. It caused us years of pain, expensive too as we sold up house, moved interstate to try and rebuild the marriage over what? Because this woman couldn't leave a hurting husband alone. Some people just suck and I hope that it'll happen to her one day.
  • thats asking for a lot of spice that would finally affect our own health
  • No. My friend is in a long distance thing with a married man and she is MISERABLE and lonely beyond belief.
  • Until a couple of weeks ago, I'd've said absolutely no way, not no how, are you on crack? I've also steered clear many times before because they've reeked of catastrophes waiting to happen. But now that I'm involved with a married woman, my thinking has changed a bit. You connect with people who you connect with. If you go this road you have to accept whatever parameters are germane to the situation. You have to think in terms of enhancement rather than possession. You have to find joy in the moment. And you have to learn quickly not to take anything for granted. Perhaps I'm selfish to want the company of a fun, loving women (and some pretty phenomenal sex) when a third party could be hurt. But I also have no illusions that this something that it's not -- I will enjoy the gift that has been bestowed upon me and move on when it has run its course.
  • Yes, Absolutely
  • If you were married, would you want your spouse to be dating or being dated??
  • definatly not,the most powerfull attraction to a woman that i have ever had,happened to be to a young woman that i worked with for a while,who happened to be married.it was one of those situations where you tear your hair out asking ,how could fate do this to me ? how could fate be so cruel ? there was no way that i was going to break up their marriage,the guilt would have been too much,i ended up quitting that job and even leaving that city.
  • Never say never
  • not in a million years , i dont even date guys that i am married to . ( only one and i left him )
  • If she pays me, I'll think about it.
  • Would sleep with a married women, why not
  • I would only date a married man if he were married to me. I would not date someone in a marital or other committed relationship, even if they had an "open" relationship (mutual agreement to date others). That isn't something that I want for myself, and I believe I deserve someone all to myself (which I define as "I deserve better.").
  • No, I wouldn't. It would bring too many complications and would not be what I'm after in a relationship! I'd consider dating a separated woman - depending on time separated, likelihood of divorce and so on...
  • Been there done that i was 17 at the time and was going to be named in a divorce. i was bricking it for ages luckily my dad came o the rescue and sorted it al out.
  • Been there...done that....NEVER AGAIN....If I can't be his EVERYTHING....then I'll be his NOTHING AT ALL!!!
  • No, no, no. I can't even elaborate on this...there are just too many reasons why this is so wrong.
  • Yeah, if there hot duh!
  • this kinda cheating is Against God, Big NO NO
  • Not a chance in Hell
  • I have intregrity and scruples..so no
  • I am married so, no I only date my husband, when I was single I would not date a man who was married if I knew it. Once or twice I didn't know, when I found it out, I stopped. he was mad. I just walked away.
  • I used to say no I'd never do it. But once I was in a good relationship, but I met this guy one day. We just...I dunno, sparked. We resisted, but it was sooo hard, because there was just something there. So I know where people who are cheating on their spouse are coming from, as wrong as that is.
  • Absolutely not! I've been the innocent party that didn't know what was going on and had to find out the hard way. I would never do that to someone else, whether I know them or not.
  • My wife won't let me!
  • Not anymore, I did it once with my boss, it ended in disaster, I was married too, I got divorced and my married lover stayed with his wife. He's (the married lover) now messing around with someone else, and to add insult to injury someone from work. Married men rarely leave home they don't have the balls, and at the end of the day when we see sense we realise we are better off without them anyway, because if they cheated on their wives they will cheat on us too.
  • no. my conscience would not allow me to.
  • Nope it's not worth your time. Even if he or she says they will leave their spouse they never do.
  • No!!! I think a marriage is all about trust. I would never break up a marriage just for my own needs.
  • Not until he's divorced.
  • Jeeze Children. You cannot help who you fall inlove with. What you can help is the other woman. If you know the guy wants to break it off with her but he is waiting for the right time. Then tell him you cannot be with him until he is single because while you love him you have morals. This leaves an oppportunity for you to see if he loves you as much as he says he does. If he does not leave her theres your answer move on. but most def do not stay with him if he is married if he don't cut it off for you then you don't want him anyways
  • No that is horrid and disgusting.
  • I did, I regret, & Im paying for it. Bad karma.
  • I would never do that even if I loved that person very much.
  • no definatly not its just harsh having an affair ...you wouldnt like it being done to you so why do you do it
  • No F'in Way...to risky...lol then again I am too young to determine. :)
  • Thats the only facination i have. Date a married women..!!
  • No if he is willing to cheat on someone he made vows with then what will hold him back from cheating on me in the future.
  • no he probably cheat on you and the partner being cheated on won't be too happy with you you will just ruin everyones life including your own
  • My wife and I make a point of having regular dates with each other, so yes I have.
  • Not on purpose. But when I found out, it ended right there and then.
  • no lol i hope nobody under 16 is married yet. lol
  • Never.

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