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Now, you have a roommate and can date whoever you want. Make sure you fuck said dates on his bed -- especially if you get a freak who's into pooping stuff.
So he talks to other girls? So what? I’m a guy. I’m completely straight. And I’ve been happily married for 40+ years. And 2 (count ‘em: 2!) of my closest friends happen to be Female. I happen to get along with girls better than guys. My kids call them affectionally: “Aunt”. Even though there’s no blood between us. They know they always have permission to pick them up from school and take them to the park. Or wherever. If all he’s doing is just talking to them then stop being so non-trusting and immature. Because otherwise you’re going to spoil the relationship you have with him. And you’ll only have yourself to blame.
“Inappropriately” could mean just talking to other girls. Some women would find just having them as friends to be inappropriate because she’s afraid the girls will take him from her. Instead of just having the trust and confidence needed to have a healthy relationship.
No, "inappropriately" means highly sexual. Surely, your wife knows about these friends of yours and you would not mind her reading your communications with them? Then, that's not inappropriate. You have to learn the current connotation of words. For example, "literally" now has no meaning and is just verbal filler like "y'know", "like" and "um."
First of all, “talking to” in our generations (Millennials and Gen Zs) means flirting with in certain contexts, one of which includes this. Secondly, OP said her now ex was talking inappropriately with other girls, which implies that he was not only flirting, but full on sexting them. I’m glad you’ve managed to have female friends, and I fully believe it is possible to have friends of the same sex as your partner, but that is not the case in this situation. He’s a cheating ass, and that’s all there is to it.
You do realize she never said they were friends. Right? so randomly talking to other girls inappropriately should not just be ignored. That would make any woman and in fact any man in that situation start having trust issues. so you're telling me you'd be okay with your wife talking to other men randomly and being inappropriate?
In reality I'm gonna say this deal didn't develop over night which means you were around it before you made a str ok ng decision to live together. if this has been a developing problem or existed from day one, who cares? you made the choice now you get to live with it. on the other hand if it's a relatively new situation then I'm sorry he doesn't view you as enough and go get you a better guy or at least some better dick to run him over with. roommates live together you can draw the line.