A WORRIED girlfriend has split opinion after complaining about her man liking photos of scantily clad models online.
The 20-year-old said she isn’t attracted to anyone except her boyfriend, 24, whom she has been dating for over a year.
She confessed in a lengthy post on Reddit that she feels “embarrassed” by the scantily clad women her boyfriend interacts with on social media.
She said her boyfriend doesn’t see an issue with following and liking posts by models, porn stars, and OnlyFans content creators.
She wrote: “I don't know what I should do.
"He finds them attractive and good to look at but ever since I've had him in my life I just can't think of anyone else.
“I have no attraction towards anyone. I love my bf [boyfriend] so much.
“But every time I confront him he says that he is not f**king them, he is just looking at them because they are appealing.
“But I'm very insecure and kinda embarrassed whenever such a post liked by him comes on my feed.
“It pushes me to dig deeper into his following list and I just end up crying and hating every inch of me every time.
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“How can I go ahead with this? Is it wrong to feel the way I'm feeling? What am I supposed to do now?”
Commenters reassured the woman that her feelings were valid but were torn if she should try to fix the problem or end the relationship.
One wrote: “It is not wrong to feel that way, it’s very common. And it never gets better. If he already doesn’t care about your feelings he never will.
“Do with that what you will but I would run. It’ll just make you feel worthless the rest of your life.”
Another said: “If it hurts you DO NOT LET HIM BE IN YOUR LIFE. Don’t let him hurt you anymore.
“I have relationship PTSD from my ex who did this to me and I was a pushover.
“Find you a good man who treats women like family. Not sex objects.
“No matter what boundaries you try on him it’s way more likely he’ll hide this behavior, and it will come out in subtle ways your whole relationship, causing you emotional pain and resentment.”
A third commenter advised the woman to ignore her boyfriend’s behavior.
They wrote: “This is the world we live in now. These girls are EVERYWHERE, can't really avoid them.
“Honestly, as long as he's not trying to actually talk to them, it's fine. He'll get nowhere with them anyway because all they want is money.
"If he's just looking and liking, but not trying to have conversations, leave it alone.
“If you trust him, and he feels the same way about you as you do him, leave it alone.
“There will ALWAYS be someone that looks better. There will ALWAYS be girls he finds attractive. The key is trust.”
Another added: “What if he just looked at the pictures and not liked them, would you feel better about that?
“Like you said, you are insecure, and this behavior isn’t normal. You need to get a grip and work on this.
"You are going to drive yourself crazy over something that’s not that deep.
“He’s going to find other people attractive, that’s how humans work.
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“You aren’t physically acknowledging how attractive or not-attractive people are because you get a relationship.
“I don’t think you are ready for a relationship if you feel the need to control his social media and investigate whose pictures he’s liking or following.”
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