Ground rules for dating
Here are their tales: FREEDOM TO HUNT Rapper Pitbull, 26, takes an extremely different approach to his relationship of nine years compared with that of other guys in hip-hop.The Cuban artist lives by the words Ojos que no ven, corazon que no siente, which loosely translates to "What the eyes don't see, the heart doesn't feel," he says."A whole bunch of dudes who could say they'd had my wife? In the meantime, the 30-year-old music executive from Atlanta did his thing with countless women."They say the ratio of girls to men down here is like 9-to-1, and I took full advantage.
"There are the kind people engage in because their partner is a rock star or a politician and they're getting something else out of the situation, like status.
"It sounds like a complete cop-out, but I felt I wouldn't be happy if I didn't have the freedom to experiment." Although Jake simply figured this phase would pass and he'd eventually stop "experimenting," he didn't realize his wife was doing the same thing. I guess my own guilt forced me to deal with it logically," he says.
That changed the day he spotted an unused condom in her purse. That night they had a long, frank conversation about their relationship.
And then the other category is when it's just a person who likes to have sex with a lot of other individuals.
Both types of relationships can survive, but you have a lot of minefields to overcome to make it happen." Philip Gale*, a 28-year-old Hollywood agent who lives in Los Angeles, learned that the hard way.