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Talk about lawsuits! Can you imagine anyone, male or female

We all get cheated on some of us accpet it some of us don't depending on how deep the commitment is. If the girl is by any means more beautiful why not just date her instead. My BF has cheated on me with a girl that I don't believe is prettier than me and trust me she did become my competition but I learned to respect myself and gave him an ultimatum now things are some what better good post.

I agree. I think that no matter how far along the poiialctl spectrum we've progressed, the innate need of a woman to feel protected and the pride that men feel by displaying their ability to provide is, in my opinion quite natural. What's unnatural is the confusion both sexes feel when a man can't decide whether to open the door or not, give up a seat for a pregnant woman on the bus, actually go to the door to pick up a date, rather that honk the horn from the car. Hell, if it were up to me, men would still be throwing their best coats over puddles so my Cole Haan's stay intact.

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