Would you be mad or jealous if you saw your boyfriend "liking" other girls half naked pictures on facebook?

Beautiful-Disaster Beautiful-Disaster
would you be concerned especially if he had his relationship status on single?
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yes, I'd be mad/jealous.
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22  (52%)
No, I don't care.
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14  (33%)
other.. explain
NavyDoll87 , Mwar , KyotoAngel , poetprincess , Gunsmoke , Strider
6  (14%)
Total votes: 42
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11/02/2012
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Beautiful-Disaster Beautiful-Disaster
I'd be mad/jealous.
11/02/2012
XYCopperheadSly XYCopperheadSly
I wouldn't be angry, but it's not like he would do that anyway. He's pretty serious about maintaining a professional appearance.
11/02/2012
DiscretionAdvised DiscretionAdvised
For me, yes. Very. But that's the type of relationship we have. Neither of us would find that acceptable.
11/02/2012
panthercat23 panthercat23
No... he can look all he wants, he just can't touch.
11/02/2012
NavyDoll87 NavyDoll87
If you're not exclusive, then I wouldn't be mad. Maybe before things get out of control, you could talk to him about what is and isn't acceptable in the relationship.
11/02/2012
Mwar Mwar
We don't do that stuff, so it's a non-issue. But it wouldn't fly.
11/02/2012
Ex-prude Ex-prude
I definitely would. He doesn't need to publicly display that he's attracted to other women. That just makes our relationship seem rocky.
11/02/2012
KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
I might, depending on the woman and if it was something like a professional model picture or something...but overall I'm not all that jealous (actually I wouldn't be opposed to something like a MFF threesome, so yeah xD ).

The only time I even get a tiny bit worried is if it's a girl that lives relatively close to him and the girl is really obviously flirting with him.
But he doesn't usually like any pictures that don't involve video games or some of his other interests like steampunk so he's given me no reason to worry.
11/02/2012
SMichelle SMichelle
He doesn't use social networking sites, but it wouldn't bother me at all.
11/02/2012
brevado brevado
So sad
11/02/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
Yes!
11/03/2012
DomonCoshu DomonCoshu
Nope I wouldn't care if my wife was to.
11/03/2012
ToyGeek ToyGeek
I don't want to stop looking at pictures of half naked people, so I wouldn't expect a mate to stop looking. Looking and flirting are not the same as cheating, and if someone's going to cheat, a short leash isn't going to prevent it.
11/03/2012
SilverMinxxx SilverMinxxx
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Originally posted by Ex-prude
I definitely would. He doesn't need to publicly display that he's attracted to other women. That just makes our relationship seem rocky.
I agree...it just seems so unnecessary.
11/03/2012
Cat E. Cat E.
I'd be real angry.
11/03/2012
MidnightStorm MidnightStorm
If I felt like there was something else going on there, yes, probably... For example, my boyfriend happens to have an ex who does nude erotic modeling. That is, for obvious reasons, not so okay! However, if he joked about it with me or commented on the girl (I am pansexual, after all) with me around, I wouldn't mind.
11/03/2012
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by Beautiful-Disaster
would you be concerned especially if he had his relationship status on single?
Heh if my boyfriend is liking facebook pictures he'd be sure to show them to me to see if I like them as well.
11/03/2012
poetprincess poetprincess
Quote:
Originally posted by Beautiful-Disaster
would you be concerned especially if he had his relationship status on single?
I would be upset, my ex and I broke up cause of facebook, he met someone way younger them him on there and started to cheat on me with her, it sucked so yeah i would be very upset..
11/03/2012
Leather & Lace Leather & Lace
I'd be jealous.
11/03/2012
sktb0007 sktb0007
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Originally posted by DiscretionAdvised
For me, yes. Very. But that's the type of relationship we have. Neither of us would find that acceptable.
This. I wanted to vote "no" but in all honesty, it would bother me lol
11/03/2012
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Relationships are about shared values. If your's are different than his - then that's a valuable message - he's not your best pick/partner.
11/03/2012
Strider Strider
I would be mad but mostly because my family would see it and I don't want to deal with that.
11/03/2012
kendra30752 kendra30752
Quote:
Originally posted by Beautiful-Disaster
would you be concerned especially if he had his relationship status on single?
Oooooh! Considering my partner and I are 100% monogamous and do not engage in behavior with the opposite sex, this would be SERIOUS. Yes, there's absolutely a reason to feel upset. Jealousy is sad though. I cannot stand for anybody to feel badly about themselves, less than. It breaks my heart.

But the thing is, my partner would not do that and neither would I, so it's different. We would not be together if either of us was the type of person to go lusting after others or taking attention away from each other to go desire someone else like that. Honestly, there's truly nothing like a bond in a 100% monogamous relationship. There isn't jealousy. There isn't cheating. There isn't the worries of cheating like there is with more open relationships. When it's strictly the two of you, you have a lot more love, a stronger bond and something that's totally unique to anything else.

But if someone was bothered by their partner going and doing something like that, they have every right to stand up for themselves. Why do people (mostly women, sadly) feel like they do not have a right to say "excuse me, I deserve better and will not be treating like that." What is so wrong with waiting for the person who is for you and only you? It's actually a pretty dang huge blessing to have someone who's strictly for you, who absolutely loves you and only you? I am happy to be monogamous, and for us, monogamy includes not having sexual desire for other people. Crazy. And extremely rare, but there are people out here like that.

If it bothers you, move on to someone who's actually wanting to look at YOUR body. That would be my advice to a person who had to feel bad because of a partner going off and wanting someone else. If it hurts, nobody should ever have to hurt that way.

Now changing your status to single when you are in a rel. is a big thing too! Yikes! If you are with someone, yet you want to let others know/think/believe you are single, then there's a serious problem, and there is only one reason a person would do that. You're either in a rel. or not. You either love them or you don't. This is why it's so important to get your wants/needs and desires right out on the table when a relationship is becoming more serious. Know what you want, know what you DO NOT want, know what you will not tolerate and vice versa. Discuss it and if you have different views, it's really a good idea to end things. I know that sounds more simple than it is, but my partner and I began our relationship like that -- laying it ALL out there. This is how I am. This is who I am and I will never be different. You want me or you don't. Thankfully, when it came to our needs, we both had the same. He wanted monogamy and so did I. We've been together for 6 years and are closer than most couples twice our age, to say it honestly. Like I said, a relationship where your actually monogamous and happy with each other and only each other is unlike anything else in the world. Sadly, most people either settle or just don't wait for what they really want in a partner. Then some people aren't like me. Some people want the opposite. But there's nothing wrong with you if you want monogamy, even if it is rare.
11/03/2012
Mrs.Intensity Mrs.Intensity
That would never fly.
11/03/2012
don45 don45
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Originally posted by Mrs.Intensity
That would never fly.
No worries there hottie! I don't have any wings and my love for you keeps me well grounded in a very good way! Besides I would much rather see you. OXOXO
11/03/2012
Zandrock Zandrock
Wouldnt care. We both trust each other immensely
11/03/2012
heather-mooney heather-mooney
Quote:
Originally posted by Beautiful-Disaster
would you be concerned especially if he had his relationship status on single?
I guess it depends, but I know I should trust him.
11/03/2012
ViVix ViVix
Quote:
Originally posted by Beautiful-Disaster
would you be concerned especially if he had his relationship status on single?
My bf shouldn't have his relationship status as single...sounds like BS!
11/03/2012
tortilla tortilla
yup
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