Girls, If a boyfriend wanted you to sign an NDA where neither of you can tell anyone outside of the relationship about your sex life, would you agree?

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no (for reasons other than wanting to tell my friends about our sex life)
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No because it is important for me to be able to tell my friends about me and my boyfriend's sex life
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  • Fuck no.
    That sounds paranoid.
    I'm discreet and very independent, have never needed the affirmation of friends and family on whom I date; but you can't muzzle a person. No one has that right. Unless it's a business with highly-prize, innovate, intellectual property. And people are not that.

    • what if he is very high profile in the public sphere and this is a safety measure for if you breakup because people change when they breakup. disgruntled ex's will do a lot to get back at their ex. would you do it then?

    • Well I'd be put off, and definitely not like it (it's similar to the negativity of a prenup etc), but in this case... yes maybe. I would consider it then.

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  • Nah my ex tried to do this but not with an actual form. He just bullied me into silence.
    He didn't treat me right at all.
    End of!
    If you need specifics I'm telling and if a generalisation is enough he was an awful unsupportive unloving partner.

    • what if he is very high profile in the public sphere and this is a safety measure for if you breakup because people change when they breakup. disgruntled ex's will do a lot to get back at their ex

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  • Lol, I would already do that. It’s not even something my friends would wanna hear, let alone, should hear.

  • Hell no. Sex is part of life same as work, hobbies, etc. etc. I want to be free to talk about stuff in my life with who ever I want, whenever I want (if it seems important enough to share).

    • In regards to what aspects of your sex life you would talk about: Is it important to be able to talk about his sexual performance and preferences?

    • Yes, if I feel like some advice is needed.

    • If he asked you not to (without asking you to sign a NDA) would you still talk about these things?

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  • That is beyond ridiculous, I would think he is crazy and never have sex with him lol

  • No, just no... because I don't do NDA's for relationships, if he wanted that... I'd have him sign an agreement first that says, asking me to sign a NDA equals a breakup.

    It isn't that I talk about it, the problem is I would get confused as to which relationship I can't talk about and which one I can. I am pretty anti NDA anyways.

  • The fact that people talk candidly about their sex lives in the first place is actually wild to me. I don't discuss that with anyone ever.

    I would not agree to sign the NDA because that's an insult to my character.

    If he thinks an NDA is required for us to sleep together then we probably shouldn't be sleeping together to begin with because clearly he doesn't know me.

    • what if he is very high profile in the public sphere and this is a safety measure for if you breakup because people change when they breakup. disgruntled ex's will do a lot to get back at their ex

    • Still no.

  • I'm willing, but wouldn't need an NDA. If we agree not to talk about it, then I wouldn't.

  • I can see it if i was dating someone that had a public career. Outside of thst, no i couldnt see it.

    • if he is very high profile in the public sphere and this is a safety measure for if you breakup because people change when they breakup would you do it? disgruntled ex's will do a lot to get back at their ex.

  • No, I'm not a famous person or anything I don't think anyone else would care what I do between the sheets, lol.

    • what if he is very high profile in the public sphere and this is a safety measure for if you breakup because people change when they breakup. disgruntled ex's will do a lot to get back at their ex. would you do it then?

    • Oh sure, in that case I would consider it.

  • He wouldn’t be my boyfriend in the first place.

    • what if he is very high profile in the public sphere and this is a safety measure for if you breakup because people change when they breakup. disgruntled ex's will do a lot to get back at their ex. would you do it then?

    • Then he would absolutely not be my boyfriend. Wouldn’t even go out with him in the first place.

  • I already answered this the first 5 or 6 times you asked it.

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