It doesn’t matter what you call it so it isn’t seen as cheating by you, “Cock Fun, Just Having Fun, Just messing Around…”, cheating is still just that, cheating. You are betraying one whom you have committed yourself to.
So why then did you give yourself to that person if you going to cheat on them with someone else?
Many “Married Bi” guys like to see it as just having “cock fun”. Well it’s not “cock fun” as you’d like to believe. It’s cheating!
When you’re married, you should only be having “cock fun” with your spouse. Because you’re bi, doesn’t entitle you to be elicit with whom ever you like. If you don’t understand marriage, then don’t get married until you do.
I feel that bi guys seem to think that because they’re bi, people must just understand and accept the fact that they must have pleasure from both sexes. Nonsense I tell you. Not if you are dedicating your self to one person. If you give yourself – go into a relationship with someone, then it should be only that person you share yourself with.
How those who cheat on their spouses don’t feel guilty of their cheating actions is despicable. How they manage to sleep at night as if though it’s nothing is clearly selfishness.
As one of our followers said: “@Bevan2000honda: @GayMenSA Most guys don’t understand its not the sex, its the betrayal that hurts more. Having your fidelity trampled on.”
If you are going to cheat on the one you with now, you will always cheat on the next one you with.
So why do some people cheat?
Simple. It’s called greed. Lust for more. Because enough is never enough. A selfish man’s heart can never have it’s greedy desires fulfilled. It is like a black hole, always sucking into it whatever opportunity passes by.
So what can be done about cheaters on their relationship? Nothing. The best you can do is get out of such a relationship and dump the cheater for the scum they are. Even if they promise they’ll never cheat again, they’ll be lying. You’ll be a fool to believe them giving them a second chance. Yes, you still love them, but remember, they don’t love you. Because if they do, they’d have only eyes and feelings for you. Not also including someone else in their relationship to fulfill a gap that you supposedly can’t fulfill. You might only be there for their selfish needs.
Yes, it’s said, everyone deserves a second chance when they make a mistake. But when one is cheating on their relationship, are they really making a mistake? I don’t believe so.
Love works both ways. That’s why it’s so beautiful. When it works only one way, it’s not love. It’s lust