A boyfriend who was given a ‘hall pass’ by his girlfriend claims sleeping with 300 women has saved their relationship.
David Guerrero, 30, from north London, explained how he asked long-term partner Laura Noah, 29, if they could have an open relationship, after finding himself attracted to other women.
The professional dancer said he told her six years into their relationship that he would split up with her if she didn’t agree.
Speaking to The Sun, the couple revealed they had tried threesomes and swinging parties at first, but eventually David said he needed to be with other women on his own.
Laura admitted she felt ‘frightened’ at first when David told her he wanted an open relationship, but now feels like a ‘modern woman’ because she also has the freedom to have affairs as well.
David Guerrero, 30, from London, revealed how he has been given a ‘hall pass’ by his long-term girlfriend Laura Noah, 29 (pictured together above)
David told The Sun: ‘I’d been with Laura for six years when I started checking out other women and was tempted to have an affair – although I didn’t.
‘It was beginning to eat me up inside so I decided to be honest and tell Laura how I felt… It was horrible but felt like a huge weight had been lifted. I was bored. I needed someone else to light my fire.’
David and Laura began looking for women willing to have threesomes at first, before trying swinging parties, but David remained unsatisfied.
Laura then agreed he could meet other women for sex, as long as he didn’t grow too attached or fall in love with them.
David (pictured in an Instagram snap) said he told Laura six years into their relationship he would split up with her if she didn’t agree, after finding himself attracted to other women
David says he has slept with 300 women over the past four years, meeting up with around three different women a week – including a few who he sees regularly.
Speaking about how she feels about their open relationship, Laura said: ‘When David suggested an open relationship I was frightened…. At first it was hard but now I feel like a modern woman as his affairs have also given me freedom too.’
It comes after researchers found that people in open relationships were as happy as those in monogamous ones in a study published in June.
Lead author Jessica Wood, from the University of Guelph, said: ‘We found people in consensual, non-monogamous relationships experience the same levels of relationship satisfaction, psychological well-being and sexual satisfaction as those in monogamous relationships.
‘This debunks societal views of monogamy as being the ideal relationship structure.’
Up to seven per cent of people in the US are in open relationships and as many as 48 per cent in the UK are interested in being polygamous.
David (above in an Instagram snap) says he has slept with 300 women over the past four years, meeting up with around three different women a week