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Background- Shane and Kaijah
We have both been in SL for over 10 years and as a couple for more than 9 years.
Our relationship is one of openness and a willingness to explore each other and to seek out different experiences.
We have been swinging in SL for many years and enjoy the company of others, when enjoying adult fun.
We are exclusive voice based and enjoy nothing more than spending time meeting others and socialising on voice.
Apart from our social lifestyle in SL, we also run very successful businesses and projects and consider ourselves socially minded in the way we approach what we do in SL.
Our time in SL is essentially between the hours of 9am slt to 12.30pm slt (changes in daylight saving) between Sunday through to Thursday
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What are we looking for?

We are seeking a woman to join us in our relationship.
Must be able to voice between 9am and 12.30pm SLT between Sunday to Thursday (of course we understand there will be times where this is not possible) 
While some may refer to this as a pet or submissive, we are not looking for a traditional submissive.
What we are seeking is someone to hang out with us and get involved with some of the things we do and also to join us in adult playtime.
The type of relationship we are seeking with this third person will provide freedom for this person to pursue their own interests, however they will have somewhere and someone to hang out with.
So if you are wondering through SL without purpose or with a lack of fulfilment and would like to be part of a relationship with fun and excitement, then let’s talk.
You can contact either Shane Foresight or Kaijah Chrome

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11 hours ago, shane Foresight said:

We are exclusive voice based

Welp. Count me out. I have hearing loss and tinnitus so I don't use voice like quite a few others in SL that are deaf or have hearing loss. On the other hand I wouldn't want to hang out with people who discriminate. Even unintentionally. If that offends you, think of how much you have offended those who can not hear through no fault of their own and the people who stand by them. You may not have realized it but that is how the cow bit the cabbage.

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On 1/8/2020 at 10:31 PM, Selene Gregoire said:

Welp. Count me out. I have hearing loss and tinnitus so I don't use voice like quite a few others in SL that are deaf or have hearing loss. On the other hand I wouldn't want to hang out with people who discriminate. Even unintentionally. If that offends you, think of how much you have offended those who can not hear through no fault of their own and the people who stand by them. You may not have realized it but that is how the cow bit the cabbage.

Hear, hear Selene Literally!

So many SL users claim to care for the handicapped but are so prejudiced when it comes to handicaps that they cannot see.  If people are in a wheelchair, or have a disease that can be seen we spend thousands of hours and uncounted lindens to support the needs. Don't get me wrong, there are many worthy causes out there in SL and RL that do this good work.

But for those of us that have handicaps you cannot see (hearing loss, mental issues, etc.) SL should be a way for us to at least have a CHANCE to be on par with others. The next time you call someone "out of their mind" take time to "text chat" with them and see if they need a friend. And the next time someone criticizes me for not voicing, at least I won't be able to hear it (unless they write it). And then the whole cycle starts for that person. Grin.

 

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@AnnieHottie38 @Selene Gregoire - In this instance, I’m sure discrimination isn’t what is meant. However, all people in a relationship together must make decisions that benefit the relationship in compromises and others. The more people you have, the more important communication is. If you were to join a couple that did voice a lot, would you not feel left out? To avoid hurt feelings of anyone who might want to come in, the couple had laid down an incredibly small lists of requirements that they have decided together would most benefit their relationship and the relationship they are looking for through adding a third partner. 
 

Please don’t take everything personally. It is hard to understand what folks mean through reading, but it also doesn’t sound like this is a type of relationship that would benefit either of you because of how these partners communicate and you should be able to feel on even ground. ❤️ Be at peace. 

 

 

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On 1/10/2020 at 8:35 PM, AnnieHottie38 said:

So many SL users claim to care for the handicapped but are so prejudiced when it comes to handicaps that they cannot see. 

You can care about people and things and not want to involve them in intimate relationships. This is a bit of a silly reach.

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On 1/9/2020 at 1:31 AM, Selene Gregoire said:

Welp. Count me out. I have hearing loss and tinnitus so I don't use voice like quite a few others in SL that are deaf or have hearing loss. On the other hand I wouldn't want to hang out with people who discriminate. Even unintentionally. If that offends you, think of how much you have offended those who can not hear through no fault of their own and the people who stand by them. You may not have realized it but that is how the cow bit the cabbage.

I'm straight and don't like dating men. Does that mean I'm discriminating against men?

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