If your girlfriend/wife/fiance cheated on you...

...with another woman. Would you be more forgiving if say she cheated on you with a man instead? Less forgiving? Just about the same/Not at all? And no. There is no threesome in this scenario.
MademoiselleFiskJune 12, 2018 11:44pm
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  • ...with another woman. Would you be more forgiving if say she cheated on you with a man instead? Less forgiving? Just about the same/Not at all?

    And no. There is no threesome in this scenario.
  • WarAngel1
    The man, the legend.
    38 years old male from San Antonio, TX, USA
    Nope, cheating is cheating. Same end result, split.
  • Weeds
    27% of the world has homicidal tendencies... the rest are just victims
    They would both still die.
  • Posted by MadHatter
    Can I video it?


    no.
  • TheRabbit
    Asshat Sun, Asshat Moon, Cardboard Rising
    BURN THE WITCHES
  • Redbull
    Oh you got a phd, playa hatin degree
    male
    Theoretically its not the same. So theoretically at least I could "forgive" that as far as it Not being the same dealbreaker. That would be "women liking women" thing haha. So Maybe not that in and of itself but it could contribute to her just not being someone I want to be involved with in that way also. Speaking as a single guy.
  • I'd be disappointed all the same if it involved lying or keeping each other in the dark.
  • xkraft
    Hoe Ass butter
    Posted by MademoiselleFisk
    ...with another woman. Would you be more forgiving ?


    U trying to tell us something?
  • hydorah
    - Top Intellect
    46 years old male
    I'd flip my dick like xkraft flirting at work
    I'd spin that dick
    then I'd put on my chanclas
    chanclas of peace
  • hydorah
    - Top Intellect
    46 years old male
    she can't cheat on you if you're constantly cheating

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  • Chuckcem
    Four neighboring signs in four different elements...That's Me...
    male
    I'll be honest, I'd probably be less offended and a bit more open to talking about it if the other person was a woman. While the acts of lying, cheating, and secrecy would rub me the wrong way, I typically don't see women as sexual competition. The way I see it, you're either into my half of the species or you're not. If you're into women as well, then be honest and we can talk about it.

    Obviosuly another woman brings something to the table that I as a man I literally can't provide. Also I wouldn't have to worry about my partner getting pregnant by a woman. If somehow opening up the relationship resulted in my benefit in the bedroom, then I'd be less upset. However you said there was no potential for a threesome, so I'd be more likely to burn the bridge.

    My biggest concerns would be the break in trust and intimacy. I'd have a hard time putting energy and time into a relationship with a person who was stepping out on me. I'd be concerned that a partner who felt the need to sneak behind my back wouldn't be trustworthy in general. So regardless, I'd still end the relationship (or at least the exclusivity) so that I cold focus on finding a more suitable partner.

    As a Leo I'm not trying to share my partner or be with someone dishonest. If I was being put on the backburner by my partner for someone else, I'd do the self respecting thing and end it.
  • Forgiveness?

    Do I look like Jesus 2 u?
  • Half would want to join. Half of the other half would want to watch. The remainder would be hurt.
  • Posted by MadHatter
    Posted by MademoiselleFisk
    Posted by MadHatter
    Can I video it?


    no. click to expand


    I do not approve then click to expand
    click to expand


    Typical. If it's not about self, no dice. That's why more and more women rather deal with each other than you dudes.
  • Lol at those mad because they can't join. You can't please one woman. Why piss off 2?

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