We’ve heard of the rule that it isn’t gay if you don’t make eye contact, but how about this one: It isn’t cheating if you have sex with someone the opposite gender as your partner.
Yeah, we’re still not buying either one.
We hate to break it to this young woman, but her boyfriend is kind of a dick. And so is her gay friend for that matter.
Here’s the gist of it — she’s had a gay male friend for about 15 years, and a boyfriend — Jay — of 6 years.
The friend told her that he had feelings for Jay, and the two males became good friends. She warned Jay not to lead the friend on, the friend starts sending Jay suggestive texts, yadda yadda.
Then it gets interesting:
Then last month he and Jay, went out of town for a weekend convention with his best friend. It comes out that Jay and our gay friend had sexual relations and they intentionally got a room with a single bed for the purpose for ‘cuddling.’ It was our gay friend that called me in tears and told me everything while apologizing profusely. “He’s a great guy, I got him drunk so he’d agree and all he wanted was to come home to you, I’m sorry.”
When I asked Jay about it he got very very angry, defensive and at first would not admit to anything. Later he fessed up to everything and confirmed what out friend had told me– he’s not gay, but wanted to experiment. “I learned that I’m most defiantly NOT gay. It only confirmed that I am most definitely into women.”
When I asked him if he was sorry for cheating on me he said, “It wasn’t cheating because it was with another guy. If you slept with another girl, I wouldn’t be mad, I’d pull up a chair! I have nothing to apologize for.” He then suggested that if I wanted to get even I had his PERMISSION to go sleep with another girl!
Yeah. No, still cheating.
Good thing every. Single. Commenter agreed.