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>know guy for a long time, best friends
>enter into great relationship with said guy
>move in with him after a good while, more great happy fun times
>start talking more often about sexual fantasies and interests since we're fucking 24/7 in our own place finally with no other housemates/family around to disturb us
>he tells me he'd really like if I dated other guys casually and had sex with them
>ask if he wants to do the same; he says he isn't interested in seeing anyone else
I'm not scandalized or upset really, but I'm a little surprised. He's all over me a lot and we have great sex pretty much every day, we're always having a lot of fun together besides.. This thing he's so interested in just seems very much like something that people get into after their sex life has waned. I dunno. I'm a little thrown by the idea and I'm not sure if I want to do it, but I can't say it isn't tempting. What are /adv/'s thoughts?
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> Can I make extra money as a teacher if I have extra skills?
I'm currently working on my MA in Linguistics, and I'll likely follow that up with some other, more marketable skill, like a TESOL certification, another MA (or PhD) in Speech Language Pathology, or even whatever certification I would need to teach French in a public school.
>If I achieve two of these skills, would I be able to market myself to schools as being able to fill two different roles?
For example, I could be the speech therapist as well as the TESOL teacher.
>If so, would I be paid more than a teacher who only teaches one thing?