you say"True love usually includes a certain amount of possessiveness and jealousy in the partners "<quoted text>
I suspect that you two aren't in love though. True love usually includes a certain amount of possessiveness and jealousy in the partners and neither of you has it at all. It's more likely that you're just friendly f*ck buddies having a good time, living on the edge where sexual excitement runs very high.
Because your relationship is based on sexual experiences and excitment foremost, one of these days when you find a guy with a c*ck that knocks you for a loop 10X better than your boyfriend, you'll dump him and go for the higher high that you can get. Or when he finds a girl with moves that knock his eyeballs out of their sockets when he has orgasms that are so massive that they hurt, then he'll dump you too. If that's okay with you both, then have fun!
If you ready love someone you would let them enjoy sex with others if they desire it.
To me being overly possessive and overly jealous are strong signs of insecurity and fear and lack of confidences or low self-esteem.
A person who let a spouse or girlfriend have the enjoyment of having sex with another is a very high quality to me. They are at a much higher level of friendship and love without knowing it.
Swingers encourage their partner to enjoy sex with others. But many marriages would divorce their spouse if they had a sex with another. I think that is major wrong and not love at all. It also is a major turn off to me.
I feel a spouse who tells their spouse they can have sex with another out of love and tell them they would not divorce them , to me that is a major turn on.
I admire anyone who let there partner have sex with others. To me that show a lot more love and security and divorcing your spouse because they had sex with another.