From both the male and female perspective, what would you consider cheating, in interactions between a man and a woman?
Flirting, suggestive comments, a kiss.... where exactly would YOU draw the line?
This depends on the structure of the relationship. It is in my opinion to far if you know your partner considers it cheating and you do it anyway.
by Dawn Michael2 years ago
Is chatting to the opposite on the computer cheating or just being friendly/ where does the line get crossed?
by affairdetector3 years ago
so i recently got a new boyfriend, who has apparently liked me for quite some time, and he goes through pictures of other girls on facebook. he'll make comments like "wow nice hair" or if someone says...
by Paul Wingert4 years ago
I have been dating his woman for 8 months now and been spending a lot of time at her apt. Over the course of our relationship there have been odd moments, i.e. her ex boyfriend, who lives 100 miles away, and keeps...
by L a d y f a c e6 years ago
Currently there are two new measures in place at the airport for screening. There is the 3D machine (Advanced Imaging Technology) which sees through clothing; and there is the new pat down option where people are...
by Phil Perez2 years ago
People have their own personal opinions of cheating. That's fine, but what I'd like to know are the classifications of cheating, specifically, factors to prove something is deemed cheating. How does cheating begin?
by imadork8 years ago
I have an anecdotal story I wrote awhile ago but am very hesitant to publish. It is quite sexually vulgar but (I believe) well written. It is not pornographic, just funny in its vulgarity. Should I...
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