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Old 08-19-2012, 10:10 PM
WhatHappened WhatHappened is offline
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As to #2, it's a losing game to pose such hypothetical questions and push and push and push the hypothetical scenario to greater extremes till someone finally says no, and then think it's proof he doesn't love you.

If a man I loved changed his gender or became gay, we might be friends forever, I might value him and love him as a human being forever, I might live with him for a long time...but to be told that when a man comes along who can offer me a full relationship, including sex, but he'd like to actually have a standard-package marriage and not live with another man--no, I would not throw away my desire to marry someone I truly loved and wanted to marry in order to prove to this other man that I still loved him. I'd think there are approximately zero people in this world who would do such a thing, give or take a few.
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