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What?! You're leaving me for him/her?
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Posted 1/31/11 , edited 1/31/11
Ok I wanna know what would you do if your boyfriend/girlfriend left you for the same sex... Like if your boyfriend ladies came and told you that he was leaving you for a man, and vice versa for the fellas.... Or better yet if you caught them cheating with the same sex....

So, I was watching cheaters, I don't know why but l was and this guy cheated on his girlfriend that he was dating for 3 years with another guy... Now she cussed and cried, you know the typical shit most girls do when they've been cheated on, but i wanna know what you all would do if you was in that situation....

Now l checked to see if this was a duplicate, and l didn't see anything like this here on cr, but if l was blind and didn't see it, feel free to delete it...

Me personally I would let him as if he cheated on me or left me for another woman...
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Posted 1/31/11
I would dump is ass. Cheating is cheating.
I would be happy for him at the same time though. He probably wasn't sure of what he wanted, confused, and didn't know what to do. If he's happy with a man. Then so be it. Why would I get upset if he found someone he really likes? The only thing that would piss me off is the fact that he cheated. I never understood the whole cheating bit. Just break up with them, and then be with who ever you want. Stupid..

Weird scenario though. Does this really happen in real life?
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Posted 1/31/11
LOL, I think I'd be like "that's OK" to his face. I mean you can't help your sexuality, and if you're bi or gay whatever.

...But afterwards I'd be kind of OTL. XD
Posted 1/31/11
If my girl left me for another girl, I'd lose all confidence in myself as a man.................. nahhh

I don't believe in love being one sided. If I love somebody and they do not reciprocate that feeling, best thing is to let them go. Doesn't matter if she leaves me for a girl or another guy, it just means she didn't love me truly.. it'll hurt the same.
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Posted 1/31/11
It would be over between us. But we would probably be better off, the both of us. I don't really think it'd be much of a difference. But I would imagine that if he was struggling with being gay. We could be friends. Because at that stage it's not about me anymore. And I'd probably try to help him through stuff. Similar if my "boyfriend" discovered he was bi but I'd be more pissed. Of course I'd be pissed either way, but some reasons are easier to accept.
Posted 1/31/11
i would punch his face.
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Posted 1/31/11
"That's pretty hot... let's call it even if you send me a video of you two doing naughty things... what if you don't? Well then I'll both of you!!!!"


Posted 1/31/11
It's still considered cheating, so I'll definitely leave him for good. And...what?! The same sex? I will never see that coming, roflmao. Except for my boyfriend, I don't really despise those weird relationships that some people have. Well, I was once teasing my boyfriend about how sexy it will be if he and his brother start a relationship since both of them are pretty good looking. He thinks it's the worst thing that could ever happen on him.
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Posted 1/31/11 , edited 1/31/11
This actually happened in real life. I don't really know the names, but the story was that a couple got married and stayed married for like many many years. He went to a wedding with his wife, not sure who's wedding, and his wife met this other lady and they got along really well. I think a year or two later, she cheated on her husband with her. Even, she didn't expect it to happen... or so I heard. The guy didn't see it either, I really feel sorry for the guy...
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Posted 1/31/11
I have no idea. I haven't been cheated on, except when I was in a long-distance relationship as a young teenager, so I don't exactly know how I'd react. I imagine, though, that gender wouldn't matter, and that cheating is cheating - it makes you feel like shit.
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Cheating is cheating. It (in most cases) puts an irrevocable strain on the trust of a relationship, which either cripples or breaks it, regardless if it's with a guy or girl for another guy or girl (in any combination). Some people have tolerance for it. Just because I like playing devil's advocate, let's take the following scenario:

You go to a friend's house where there's a party going on. You trust your friends enough who are attending that you're talked into drinking and things lead to this cheating scenario. If it's a one-time thing that can be a reasonable misunderstanding by either party's part, then sometimes a relationship can continue more or less unfettered. Though trust will in any case be tried or broken to a degree.

If my partner flat-out told me that they were leaving for a girl, that would be the end of our relationship. I might recognize her as an acquaintance, but nothing more. If I was serious enough to date her, then I knew by that point that she was serious enough to date me in a meaningful and lasting way, and I'd be hurt more so from the breach of trust than the result. Though this would be the same regardless for whichever gender they prefer.

I don't have anything against the LGBT community, but it's not something I can support or contribute toward either. If I recognize someone bullying someone I know to be in it, I'll probably try to intervene as I would anybody else.
Posted 2/3/11
No, I would preferred him to talk to me in person that he like guy, because that way, he still got my respect for not cheating me behind my back. If he cheat on me there would be a slap whether he leaving me for a boy or girl. (but if that person the type to cheat, I wouldn't go out with him in the first place) I believe in my ability to choose a partner regardless of any gender.
Posted 2/3/11
i think i would be speechless. And then obviously be really devastated, because after alll, he's still leaving for someone else, no matter what the sex is.
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stareye_pink wrote:

It's still considered cheating, so I'll definitely leave him for good. And...what?! The same sex? I will never see that coming, roflmao. Except for my boyfriend, I don't really despise those weird relationships that some people have. Well, I was once teasing my boyfriend about how sexy it will be if he and his brother start a relationship since both of them are pretty good looking. He thinks it's the worst thing that could ever happen on him.


wow, interesting. you would actually encourage your boyfriend to do tha?
lol, most girls would be jealous or find it really wrong.
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Anyways, my thoughts on this thread:
I think I would be really shock. I mean, it's unexpected. Though I'd be glad that he actually confronted me about it. Though yes, like any normal person I'd be SUPER pissed off. I guess the last and only thing to do is let him decide what he wants to do, and during that time we wouldn't be seeing each other, so I'd probably break up with him.

My last words to him would be: "good luck and don't regret the fact that you let our relationship get ruined"
Posted 2/3/11
This calls for a mind-fuck.

Act like you don't give a shit, save the tears for later....

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