What makes me sad is that I adore him as he is—I love his big white belly, his bald head, and his rosy cheeks.I think I do a good job of communicating this to him.She discovered the dating app I used, and we worked through that.
(I promise you most of the “snowbunnies” he’s chatted with were other men.) The world is full of people who enjoy pretending to be someone they’re not, from cosplayers pretending to be Captain America or Poison Ivy to creative anachronists pretending to be knights and ladies to Donald Trump Jr. We can’t gloss over the racial/racist cultural forces that shaped your boyfriend’s kinks, of course, but it’s possible to explore those kinds of fantasies online or IRL without being a racist piece of shit.
And a person can pretend to be someone of another race online—because it turns them on—without injecting racial hate into online spaces and/or thoughtlessly reinforcing damaging stereotypes about people of other races. One month ago, she told me she has thoughts about missing out on the things she didn’t get to do in her teens. Also, she says she feels only a mild love for me now and is curious about other men.
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A serial adulterer/betrayer/liar is a cheating piece of shit; someone who cheated once, regrets it, and makes a good-faith, multi-decade effort not to do it again is a fallible human being.
My boyfriend of five years is a sweet, smart, handsome, loving, supportive, middle-aged, chubby white guy. When we first met, he shared a fantasy he had about watching me get fucked by a black guy.
Why are you monitoring his online activities/fantasies at all?
What your boyfriend is doing sounds relatively harmless—he’s pretending to be someone he’s not while flirting with other people online who are most likely pretending to be someone they’re not.
(He knows it’s not something I’m interested in IRL.) I’ve caught him several times posing online as a young, buff, handsome black guy looking for a “snowbunny.” I call him out on it every time, and it causes huge fights. Weighed against all his other good qualities, this isn’t that big of a deal.
Clearly he’s not going to meet up with the women he’s chatting with.
You’ve seen your boyfriend’s online chats, UGHERS, so you’re in a better position to judge whether he’s exploring his fantasies without making the world a worse place than it already is for actual black men. Yesterday we met and cried and talked and made love and it felt like she still loves me passionately.