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    "I'm breaking up with you because I like girls only" says the gf or vice versa

    How would you react
    What would you say
    Would you be mad sad glad

    Thoughts

    EDIT: also assuming maybe they weren't sure about their sexuality so they wont necessary lying?
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    (Original post by bluemadhatter)
    "I'm breaking up with you because I like girls only" says the gf or vice versa

    How would you react
    What would you say
    Would you be mad sad glad

    Thoughts
    Depends on how much I liked them. I'd be annoyed that they went out with me despite being homosexual.
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    No idea, I don't have a girlfriend.
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    Wouldn't be new information cos I am gay, you presumptious piece of ****.

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    Well I am gay. However if a girfriend broke up with me because she wanted ****, I would say eww get the **** out of here.
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    why would they be in a relationship with you in the first place lol
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    What a surprise that would be...!
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    (Original post by Proxenus)
    why would they be in a relationship with you in the first place lol
    I've heard of some people still 'hiding' in straight relationships. even worst having kids too
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    (Original post by bluemadhatter)
    "I'm breaking up with you because I like girls only" says the gf or vice versa

    How would you react
    What would you say
    Would you be mad sad glad

    Thoughts
    Angry
    Shocked
    Used
    Humiliated
    Sad
    Happy they know their sexual orientation
    Sad they might be ostracised
    Idk lol I'll definitely be angry at the start and hold a grudge and let my pride get ahead of me
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    I mean I'd be glad they've accepted it but
    sad they never liked me ):
    will ):
    anyone ):
    ever ):
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    Do the 180 and RUN
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    Cry.
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    Depends on how much I liked them. I'd be annoyed that they went out with me despite being homosexual.
    (Original post by Proxenus)
    why would they be in a relationship with you in the first place lol
    Maybe they didn't realize they were completely gay when they entered the relationship? Although that'd probably reflect badly on you if they only decided they were when you went out with them xD
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    laugh & do a runna
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    (Original post by bluemadhatter)
    Maybe they didn't realize they were completely gay when they entered the relationship? Although that'd probably reflect badly on you if they only decided they were when you went out with them xD
    yeah the person should let the other know he she is unsure
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    I would flip my ****.
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    This has actually happened to be- except I was on the other side of the table.

    I was in a lesbian relationship, and I was open from the start that I wasn't sure where my sexuality lay, that I liked girls and I was attracted to my then-girlfriend but I also liked boys. She hated the idea of it, insisted that since I was with her I must be a lesbian and that I didn't have the right to question who I was attracted to.

    I actually broke up with her over something else, but she was convinced it was because I'd been 'using her' and that she was 'just an experiment'. Really annoyed me because it was complete nonsense- if I'd wanted to experiment I wouldn't have stayed with her for 3 years. She was a manipulative b**** anyway so she just twisted everything to make herself the victim.

    Anyway, if you're not sure about your sexuality then you should be honest, because breaking up with someone because you've 'just realised' you're attracted to the other sex is a really nasty thing to do, but equally if your partner tells you that they're questioning their sexuality you shouldn't assume that it means they're not into you.
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    load my shotgun
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