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Is it consider cheating if your bf/gf/husband/wife have virtual sex with strangers? I mean like sexting, video call, and all. Is it cheating?

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  • It's cheating if your partner didn't explicitly tell you that they're okay with it.

  • Cheating is never about the action but about consent. Both of you should be on the same page. If someone doesn't know about it it's cheating. If someone doesn't agree with it it's cheating. Want to do it anyway? Think the other person is wrong for it? Well then you always just step out.

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Is it consider cheating if your bf/gf/husband/wife sexting and video call strangers?

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  • If it’s for money then I’d say no.

  • Yes. If your partner is getting or giving sexual gratification to another person, they're cheating. Video calling isn't inherently cheating though, unless they're doing dirty things on the video call.

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I don't know how people can be with the same person for so many years. Maybe it's because I've never had a stable, long-term relationship . . but the thought of being with one person forever seems daunting and boring.

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  • Not if its someone that never gets boring. Some people will just never cease to supprise you.

  • Do you think you will still have takers in your old age?

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I realized I only hated the idea of being "kinky" because I was sure I could never live out my own kinky thoughts. How do I put it, I'm actually really glad that it turned out that my gf likes the same freaky stuff that I like...when I pointed that out, because she seems like the least "perverted" person there could be, she just said "still waters run deep". Oh, how right she is...

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I'm on my first long term relationship, we've been together for about a year and a half. The thing is that he is not doing some little things that he used to do like he used to call me every night to talk about our days and say good night. I don't know if this is the normal course of relationships or if I'm not that interesting anymore or if it's cause he's too tired but I miss those things. And every time I want to bring it up I feel over dramatic. Idk what to do.

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  • Just talk to him. Ask him why he doesn't do it anymore. You should be able to talk to your partner openly about how you feel. The thing is, most people do those things in the beginning of a relationship because they feel the need to draw you in. Once they feel like they've got you, they get... comfortable. It's like the thing where girls will stop shaving their legs all the time. But it's okay to want to feel wanted, and if him doing something as simple as calling you every day does that, then don't be afraid to ask.

  • I think everyone will miss those feeling, it's like you are important in someone life, like you mean something to him, and often couples forget doing that, maybe life tore them down, or those special thing feel mundane or ....

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I've seen so many failed relationships that I'm gradually turning into someone who doesn't believe in marriage. I used to dreamt of having an extravagant wedding, but now I can't see the spark or magic on it.

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  • So what if marriage doesn't last? What's important is enjoying the time you spent with someone, even if that time comes to an end. It happens.

  • I'm confused, you start by talking about marriage then you say you don't see the spark in an extravagant wedding anymore. That's the problem causing relationships to fail, people get excited about the engagement, the wedding, the honeymoon... and they completely forget about the actual marriage.

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I dated this guy back in highschool which I considered myself lucky cause he was super popular with the girls and I wasnt the "super pretty cheerleader" type. I was a chubby emo girl for sure but anyways, We broke up and I found out we broke up cause he found a girl he talked too on the internet and that really messed with my self-esteem. But now Im dating his best freind and we have been together for 6 years and we have two kids, still going strong so the moral of the story is that things are going to be shitty at first but happiness will come along as you least expect it too.

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I wish my boyfriend would understand that I don't want to tell him explicitly what I want for my birthday or that I want him to bring me flowers or my favourite cookies every now and then, because I don't want him to buy me things to get things for free- I want him to give me those things to show me that he thinks of me on his way home, that he sees something and thinks "She would like that" and then can't wait to see the smile on my face. I want him to know me and listen to me when I talk about something I want. But how can I make him know this without actually saying this - as saying it would totally defeat the purpose, because then I couldn't enjoy any flower he brings home because I'd just think he did it for the wrong reasons?

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  • You can tell him that. Just don't mention specifically flowers or whatever. Just say something like 'the reason I don't like asking for things is because I don't want to just feel like I'm asking you to buy me stuff like a kid asking their mom for toys. It would just be nice to know you think of me, that you want to surprise me every now and then, that you pay attention when I talk about things I like, because I do all that for you.' But the other person has a point, some people just don't show their love that way. He wants to get you thinks he is CERTAIN you want/need, so he asks you. And there's nothing wrong with that, really. He just wants to be sure you'll like it.

  • He can't read your mind, friend. He will never be able to read your goddamn mind. Tell him what you like or accept that he's not the gifting kind. There's an interesting book on "types of love" or something like that. There are people who enjoy simple hand made gifts, others who like shiny stuff, then there are those who like actions, attitudes etc. I'd bet your boyfriend is the action type, and that does not mean he doesn't love you.

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I think "casual relationships" are pointless. I just see them as a waste of time. People just using each other for sex instead of putting that effort into actually finding a partner seems really stupid and shallow. Nobody I know agrees with me. Everyone is just fine with the idea of casually making yourself that vulnerable to somebody, everyone's just totally fine with being that close and intimate with someone they have no feelings for. But maybe I'm just too emotional. Maybe I just don't need sex like normal people seem to. I just hate feeling alone on this.

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  • I'm with you 100%. My own mother ridiculed me when I told her this same thing. Well now I've been married for 10 years and she is desperately seeking a 60 year old man to "date" after her on again off again bf of 20 years left her again.

  • Well you have to understand that everyone is different. You're neither right nor wrong with your opinion. This is something you feel and decide for yourself, and just because you feel like this doesn't mean everyone who doesn't is doing it wrong. I can't find a really good metaphor for this, but maybe you can compare it to a project at school and being or not being a perfectionist. If a perfectionist is assigned a project, they want to do it either perfectly or they feel like it's not worth doing at all. They're the ones who get either a grade 1 or 6 every time. Then there are the students who are totally casual, they still do their best but they won't let a school project interfere with their personal life. If they know they won't be able to do it right, they'll do it just as they can at the moment and are fine with getting a grade 3 or 4. See, the first student may get perfect results, But he also may end up with no result at all. The second one will have a lot of poor results, but this doesn't mean he can't be perfect on another project. I don't mean to say that you're doing poorly in your love life, just that you obviously don't want to get poor results just to get results at all. Which is fine. But it's not for everyone.

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I made a deal with a female friend that if I took a photo of myself naked in the street, then I could see her nude in return. She agreed. I did my end of the deal and sent her the photo with full frontal. She just laughed and said "Oh my God" followed by "you're tiny". I reminded her about it occasionally for the next few months, and she kept saying that she was unhappy about her weight and brushing it off. Eventually, she sent me a photo of herself in her underwear. I told her that the deal was full nudity. Then she just went on a rant about slippery slopes and how I shouldn't be asking for nudes. Now I feel humiliated because she has a photo of me naked in public that she can access at any time and laugh at or even share... but the thought of that turns me on. I still hope that one day I can find a nude picture of her online, so I can make fun of her the way she did me. Apparently a video does exist, but I haven't been able to find it.

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  • ladies and gentleman, whenever you feel down, just remember you are not that person. thank you and have a good night.

  • She doesn't want that micro penis getting all worked up when it has 40 plus years of loneliness ahead of it. You should be thanking her

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