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    Posted: Sep 08 2013 at 11:41am
Even if the two of you clicked so well?

A friend of mine was dating this guy who was her "Mr. Right". They've been friends for 2 years and finally decided to start dating. He's always said that he "likes everybody" but we never knew what that meant(I seriously thought he meant he had no racial preference).... he admitted he likes men too and has had several relationships with men. He feels that everyone deserves a chance regardless of who they are...

Would you continue dating him? I personally wouldn't. I told her to move on but she claims she cannot just move on.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep 08 2013 at 12:05pm
Originally posted by HowardAlumAKA HowardAlumAKA wrote:

Even if the two of you clicked so well?
Well ok. I see you've already assumed the answer is "no".
Originally posted by HowardAlumAKA HowardAlumAKA wrote:

Would you continue dating him? I personally wouldn't. I told her to move on but she claims she cannot just move on.
So you have a problem with it and are attempting to sway your friend or is she not into it? As far as the bolded-- why "claim"? Because you apparently find it impossible on some level to love a bisexual man, doesn't mean she has the same difficulty. Perhaps after knowing him 2 years, she loves him as a person. It's not as far fetched as you're trying to make it seem and, when you love someone, it's usually hard to "just move on".
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep 08 2013 at 12:06pm
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep 08 2013 at 12:07pm
No I would not.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep 08 2013 at 12:23pm
Yes. He just has to fit my idea of masculinity.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep 08 2013 at 12:36pm
hell naw!!!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep 08 2013 at 12:39pm
Originally posted by nekamarie83 nekamarie83 wrote:

Originally posted by HowardAlumAKA HowardAlumAKA wrote:

Even if the two of you clicked so well?
Well ok. I see you've already assumed the answer is "no".
Originally posted by HowardAlumAKA HowardAlumAKA wrote:

Would you continue dating him? I personally wouldn't. I told her to move on but she claims she cannot just move on.
So you have a problem with it and are attempting to sway your friend or is she not into it? As far as the bolded-- why "claim"? Because you apparently find it impossible on some level to love a bisexual man, doesn't mean she has the same difficulty. Perhaps after knowing him 2 years, she loves him as a person. It's not as far fetched as you're trying to make it seem and, when you love someone, it's usually hard to "just move on".




I don't find it impossible at all...you love who you love....but I'm telling her to move on for several reasons:

She DOES have difficulty because she does not like the fact that he wants to suck a man's penis (which he has admitted) and still wants to be with a woman. He has been the "queen", he has been the dominant one, he's admitting to "doing it all" and does not want to give up the love he has for men as well as women.


I say for her to move on because its complicated. 1. HIV is high among gay men (Fact). He's already admitted he has anal sex with men (but he gets tested) and has admitted to not using condoms with some past men AAAAAAAAAAAAND he doesnt know if he would ever be able to choose to strictly be with a man or be with a woman because he IS confused. To me I think he needs to just find himself and she needs to let him find himself before she gets hurt.


Should she move on for her health? Yes. Should she move on until he finds himself? yes, but those are just my thoughts.....I personally would not want to date a bi-sexual man in fear of my health. A gay family member of mine has full blown aids from dipping in a couple of men's butt-holes, and he WAS safe and tested regularly.



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep 08 2013 at 12:50pm
Hell fuk naw.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep 08 2013 at 12:54pm
yes.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep 08 2013 at 12:57pm
Originally posted by HowardAlumAKA HowardAlumAKA wrote:

I don't find it impossible at all...you love who you love....but I'm telling her to move on for several reasons:
fact: hiv/aids and various std/i-s are high among people that have sex. that's a given. regardless of his sexual orientation, she should be having sex with protection against such if she knows he can't keep it in his pants and/or play safe.  

if all of the above was your concern, why not just say that in the op? as all of the above could just as easily apply to straight men, dude's sexual orientation is secondary to his not having his sh!t together commitment wise and not being upfront/smart/safe with his sexual partners. 

the latter is just his disrespectful and thoughtless ass personality as a individual. 
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