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How can I prove to guys that I'm not after their girlfriends?

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Question - (6 January 2009) 1 Answers - (Newest, 6 January 2009)
A male United Kingdom age 26-29, anonymous writes:

I have a lot of girls that are friends, I mean like 60% odd. I think guys feel threatened by me because of this, im kinda confused about my sexuality right now to be honest and i'm not sure how I can show these guys that I dont fancy their girlfriends and that i'm not going to make a move on the girl they know I know they like. I've made dumb mistakes in the past to loose friends when I wasn't thinking but i've apologised to them and I dont konw what else I can do...

Also my two best friends (guys) both like the same girl. Well one admits it and the other says they like another girl but obviously likes this particular girl. I dont know what I can do because i'm worried that if I leave it they are going to fall out and then i'll have to choose one or the other in certain situations and cant hang out with them at the same time.. What should I do?? :(

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A male reader, tamashck United Kingdom +, writes (6 January 2009):

tamashck agony auntI can sort of relate to both questions. About 40-50% of my best friends are girls (though im sure that im straight), and although ive never had any problems with any of their boyfriends, if i had i would have just told them straight that i have no interest in their girlfriend other than friendship.

If thats good enough for them, then their obviously not committed to their girlfriend enough to accept who their girlfriend hangs out with, and the relationship between them probably wont last.

On to the second point, me and one of my very best friends both liked the same girl, so for the sake of our friendship we both backed off, and now we are both good friends with the girl.

Your two mates have to decide what is more important: the girl or their friendship. If the answer is the girl, then clearly they arent very good friends, and i wouldnt want much to do with them.

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