yes, only within limits. such as a smile or a comment. is telling a woman she looks beautiful today flirting ? is telling a man he looks handsome , flirting . with all of the political correctness the view is all up to your mind.
Depends on your goal of flirting. Are you trying to hurt someone by showing them what they can't have? Are you simply being yourself? Did the other person start it?
The main point is, don't do something that will hurt your significant other. Talk to them about it, not random people online.
by dashingscorpio 3 years ago
Flirting: Is it cheating?Whenever I've heard this question asked it is always answered from the perspective of the person doing the flirting. I want to know if you saw (your mate, spouse, or significant other) flirting with someone or you were given photos or an audio of them flirting...Would you...
by Sarah 3 years ago
Is it telling a woman not to walk alone at night sexist?I've read today that a university advised their female students not to walk alone at night after 3 sexual assaults. This was considered sexist. Are we living in a society so worried about "political correctness" that we can't advice...
by Hailey 5 years ago
What is your flirt tips, how to attract a guy you like?
by Yves 2 years ago
Are you comfortable with flirting? Why or why not?Studies show that women initiate flirting 90% of the time. Although men seem to do most of the pursuing, they actually do so because they perceive that women invited their advances through flirting. As an aside, flirtatious people have higher white...
by SpiffyD 7 years ago
Can flirting be the equivalent of cheating in some cases?Some persons think so, while others believe it's just harmless fun. Perhaps it can be both, depending on the context. What's your take?
by earnestshub 7 years ago
I just wrote a really helpful hub for mechanics on the finer art of setting valve clearances on overhead camshaft motors and haven't had a single comment!Am I the only mechanical nerd left on hubpages or indeed on planet earth?
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