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If all three people involved in this situation discussed it before hand, if both ladies came to the agreement that nobody had the claim on Tyler, and everybody was consenting before this even began, I still don't know if I'd say it's "morally wrong" for Amy to like him. It's never good to say that you "aren't allowed" to like someone, because, in my experience, that just makes you like that person more. My question is, how does Tyler feel about Amy? Does he genuinely like her, is he interested in something serious with her? Or is she just sort of an "upgrade" from Laura, and he's just "having fun"? If you know the answers to this, it would be helpful.
I'd hesitate to use the phrase "morally wrong." It's never "morally wrong" to like someone (unless it's Hitler or Pauley Shore). I think I'd use the term "messy." It sounds like this whole threesome thing has made for a VERY messy situation - like Slick said, that's what happens when "real feelings" come into it. It's one thing if everyone's in it for the fun of the experience, but when someone starts developing unrequited feelings, and the other two (presumably) develop feelings for each other, you're in for a bumpy road.
Like Dave said, we're here to help and not judge. As long as everyone consents to it, I withhold all judgement.
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