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This is why we have handcuffs, when they are chained to your bed they can't cheat. Even if they do then it's time for the riding crop.

So smart!


Thanks :D, Course there is much to be said for a good length of rope and the "Cat" as well. I like the aesthetic appeal of rope especially the more complex ties of Shibari more than handcuffs but the cuffs are more convenient. 3:)

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Do you still have respect for anyone that cheats in a relationship? If so why?

Respect takes a nosedive as soon as I find they are cheating.


Yes. Because cheating does not mean someone is a bad person.
They lack self-respect . Remember cheating is a form of lying


Everybody cheats, everybody lies and everybody is a hypocrite. It's about whether that person does it excessively or not. Cheating once or twice does not define a person's character. Cheat once or twice will make the next time easier. First wife started that and she chose a bar that I would go to. One of them was a friend from highschool The next Sunday I had divorce papers ready when she had to ring the bell to get in afte her key didnt work in the door.



Besides, I don't believe in the true love garbage that a lot of writers spout anyway. As much as I can appreciate this concept in fiction, I don't think it applies to real life.

Humans are not monogamous creatures in nature and never will be. Society conditioned us to think that we're monogamous.




lordseth23 wrote:

Yes, there is nothing wrong with cheating. You can always choose to leave the person if you do not love their promiscuity, and you should be allowed to have sex as much as you want to with any consenting partner.

For the first time you disappoint me. You must be the one to cheat first. NOBODY LIKES TO BE CHEATED ON!



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In a relationship both parties have to work to make the relationship succeed, if its only one sided love and the other side cheats on you then im sorry but you chose the wrong partner

I AGGREE 100%

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kennk5 wrote:

For the first time you disappoint me. You must be the one to cheat first. NOBODY LIKES TO BE CHEATED ON!



I don't understand why someone would take offense to cheating. Why should a person be able to dictate the actions of their partner?
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Thanks :D, Course there is much to be said for a good length of rope and the "Cat" as well. I like the aesthetic appeal of rope especially the more complex ties of Shibari more than handcuffs but the cuffs are more convenient. 3:)

I like how handcuffs allow for a little struggle.
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lordseth23
I don't understand why someone would take offense to cheating. Why should a person be able to dictate the actions of their partner?

To me it's like this, if you're going to be promiscuous in a relationship then let the person know before you start the relationship that you are. It just shows more respect to the person's feelings and just really more logical, so you won't end up in situation where you're called a cheater by your partner.

There are couples (married and unmarred) that have knowing open relationships and then you people who aren't cool with them. Like I said if they or you want to be a relationship and you're promiscuous, then the really smart thing to do would be just to let them know you want to have a open relationship and if they aren't cool with that then tell them it's not going to work out.
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if you don't like cheaters watch school days.
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Can't respect someone with no self-control.
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it depends on what type of cheating
because cheating for some can be flirting with others, or kissing them, or going on dates with them, or making out or having actual sexual relationships
if it wasnt you know, cheating all the way, and he/she had reasons for doing what he/she did, like for kissing for example
no excuses, just reasons even when the reason is just being confused or manipulated or drunk
i mean, everyone makes mistakes and no one is perfect
yes, but well if it was having sex with another person
that would be too much, because how could you do that to the person you are supposed to love? unless you dont actually love that person in which case you can and should just walk away, you little slut
idk, its hard for me to form an unbiased opinion
i was in a situation like this
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It really depends on the person and how they are, and if they allow themselves into situations that can promote cheating.

secondly I believe true love does exist... I've seen a partner fight to stay together with their mate, even though their mate was cheating on them multiple times (with different people) and treating them like a utter piece of trash this includes both physical, verbal and mental abuse.

I've seen some people after bad cheating situations. Some were permanently damaged mentally, others committed suicide. It still horrifies me to this day that one of the most happiest of the people I ever encountered committed suicide over something like this
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It isn't acceptable under any circumstances.Cheating is the worst nonviolent thing someone can do to their significant other, it represents a deep betrayal of trust and a complete lack of respect. I have a zero tolerance policy for adultery in relationships, and I believe in the "once a cheater, always a cheater" philosophy. I would never even consider dating someone with a history of cheating, but I guess that goes without saying...

So, are you unhappy with your relationship? End it and spare everyone your BS.

Are you happy with your relationship but dissatisfied with your bedroom life? Communicate with your partner. (God forbid you have to actually talk about something instead of communicating your dissatisfaction through petty backstabbing.)

Do you have wandering eyes and/or second thoughts about your partner? Well, this is pretty normal, but if it occurs in excess then you should ask yourself why you are even dating them in the first place.

I think my point is clear.
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Posted 7/7/13

mhibicke wrote:


kamaitachi5587 wrote:
Thanks :D, Course there is much to be said for a good length of rope and the "Cat" as well. I like the aesthetic appeal of rope especially the more complex ties of Shibari more than handcuffs but the cuffs are more convenient. 3:)

I like how handcuffs allow for a little struggle.


A little struggling can certainly add to the mood of a scene. I've found that there is no one true formula that will work all the time. It really depends on the type of scene you are trying to create as well as the factors that are unique to the sub. Leg Irons work well.. Damn all this talk on Cuffs makes miss my old metal frame bed.....

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kamaitachi5587 wrote:
Damn all this talk on Cuffs makes miss my old metal frame bed.....

Hey, me too. I left mine in the desert after I bought my condo and moved to Atlanta. Sacrifices had to be made and it couldn't be helped.
Posted 7/7/13
I could never stay with a cheater. I would just throw it back in their face time and time again. Things would never be the same. I have trust issues. Once you cheat on me, we're done for good. If you disrespect me I have absolutely no respect for you anymore.
Posted 8/17/13
I would respect them to the level that they are human beings, but it'd be very little respect they receive from me.
Posted 8/19/13 , edited 8/21/13
I would lose a lot of respect for a friend who cheated on their girl or boyfriend, but if it were my girlfriend I would never forgive her 100% brake up.
I am sure she would never find another guy like me so she would have created her own punishment for cheating.
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