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For instance, during conversation, he might say "I like to do XYZ with my girlfriend..the girl I'm dating..."In the big scheme of things, it's not a big deal - but I am curious. No reason to bring it up if things are going well and there isn't a concern that he's seeing other people anyways. Or did he say or do something to make you think he isn't as serious as you are?Before I ask him his thoughts, I am looking for opinions on whether you guys make this distinction yourselves. Holy crap that's a whole lot of mess tied up with the definition of labels. I've had the discussion many times but to be honest I don't think I've ever actually used the term "mutually exclusive" outside of these message boards. Talk things out with him I treat those as the same thing..The default is to spend your time together when possible, not ask for a date and wonder if the answer will be yes.The exclusivity only means that when you ask for a date and the answer is ``I'm busy that night,'' that ``I'm busy that night'' doesn't mean ``I'm busy boinking someone else that night.''That's news to me.Boyfriend/Girlfriend I think it when you know there is more there than just dating.You know there is some sort of relationship forming and there are true feelings and emotions involved. If there is romantic interest along with sexual chemistry than that is what you call a boyfriend/girlfriend.Every woman I met also had more or less the same idea about that as I did. It is also possible to be bf/gf without being exclusive if two people are into that.Sounds to me like someone isn't sure what they want. The whole "dating exclusively" does not mean I'd have a girlfriend.
Is the purpose for your question to clarify your position in your relationship ? I would guess someone who said "we are dating exclusively" are trying to leave a backdoor for themselves but still keep you tied up just for the mean time till they know for sure about you. Dating exclusively means you go out on dates with only one person at a time, presumably for as long as it takes to figure out whether or not you can stand the person enough to be in a relationship.Exclusivity = boyfriend/girlfriend Some people will try to twist and squirm obnoxiously that there is a "difference", but reality is that is not the case. No one realistically does that, but people often talk about if they want to become girlfriend/boyfriend. I myself see the labels of "dating exclusively," and "boyfriend/girl friend" to be referencing two almost entirely separate things.I have known tons of people, including right here in these very forums, who have talked about having more than one boyfriend or girlfriend.If anything, people begin as acquaintances, move to "dating," with "bf/gf" labels being applied after they have established that they no longer have to show ID before asking each other out.
When they then move on to "getting serious," and want to establish exclusivity, then they add that separate label, almost like a Scout Achievement badge, to any existing labels they've already applied.Do you want the other person to have sex with other people while they have sex with you?