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not_a_hobgoblin
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So my gf and I have discussed having an open relationship for a long time... figured out what makes us comfortable, set some ground rules, etc. Now the time has come- I've found someone that I'm kind of interested in. She's one of my good friends here at school, and we've both talked about how our relationships are open (she's had experience with others). How do I broach that I'd like to add this new dimension to our relationship? It's very different from asking out an SO, to me; I want her to stay a good friend, I'd just really like to be able to explore my physical attraction to her if she feels the same way. Any advice?

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