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By Heartbroken Girl - / Friday 1 February 2019 00:00 /
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By  manb91uk  |  22

I am so fucking sorry... As a bi guy I see these blokes all the time getting guys on the down low when their girlfriend's are out/away. It makes me sick..

Honey, it might not feel like it now, but it's better you have the harsh truth than the beautiful lie. One day, you'll find both the man (and friend) you deserve.

Don't let this experience put you off! Every relationship you have will fail... Except the one that doesn't! Good luck!!

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By  manb91uk  |  22

I am so fucking sorry... As a bi guy I see these blokes all the time getting guys on the down low when their girlfriend's are out/away. It makes me sick..

Honey, it might not feel like it now, but it's better you have the harsh truth than the beautiful lie. One day, you'll find both the man (and friend) you deserve.

Don't let this experience put you off! Every relationship you have will fail... Except the one that doesn't! Good luck!!

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  bubbat101  |  35

Beautifully said! I will admit that in my past breakups, I have gotten terribly upset, but then I think about how every breakup leads me one step closer to the man I am truly meant to be with. Everything and everyone in life is either a blessing or a lesson.

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  simmpandher  |  24

Omg bless your soul! That was so kindly said!

By  RichardPencil  |  27

I’ll bet you did not see that coming.

You gotta wonder for how long you were being used to provide access to the friend. And was he always gay, or between knowing you and your friend, he decided to change teams?

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  tounces7  |  26

Gay and bisexual menc are the population most affected by HIV. In 2017, gay and bisexual men accounted for 66% (25,748) of all HIV diagnoses and 82% of diagnoses among males.

Keep in mind, they're only about 2.5% of the population. So that says a hell of a lot.

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  jac_1964_au  |  20

It’s about his risky behaviour and life style , not his sexual preference . You are mistaking my comments against couples who are both in the same relationship and committed to each other

By  Kelli Christine  |  10

Really, in my experience of having had a very long relationship with a gay man.. I suspected LONG before he told me.. we had a daughter & I wanted the charade to go as long as possible, for her. That being said, I have many gay friends & family members and from what I've seen, most of those relationships don't last long-term : I'm not saying anything negative, just an observation. If they really love each other enough to last that long (&maybe he just loved who you are too much to tell you, in fear of hurting you) I believe they should be able to have a shot at being happy, too. It sucks for you right now, I'm positive, but think about it from his point of view. Finally being able to be who you are after so long in hiding? Your "best friend", though.. yeah.. he gotta go.

By  EmDizzle2007  |  26

I'm pretty sure this was harder on him than you. pretending to be something you're not for eight years along with hurting you (assuming he actually cared about you), none of that would've been easy.