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    Yes this would make me angry - I can't STAND double standards

    I've actually just walked away from my husband after 10 years and 2 kids together. Enough is enough - I would have done what you did originally and deleted the male friends eventhough I've ALWAYS had better male friends than females - but not now. No one has the right to tell me who I can and can't talk to, let alone be friends with on facebook.

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    Yes that's a double standard. Dh and I have a rule we can have the opposite sex on FB just not those we've been in relationships with. He has females, I have males, neither of us care. Just the fact he made you delete ALL males except family seems a tad OTT to me, then to add a female himself then turn it on you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LibranTwin View Post
    I wouldn't have deleted the male friends/acquaintances at the beginning. He should trust you.

    And yes that's double standard I would be angry in your position too!
    yup - I agree with this comment ..

    I have my EX on fb .. so what?? I'm married now .. and he is married now - but we are still friends (not irl .. just online .. ) but its nice to see how he is going every now and then ... DH doesn't care ..

    DH's best friend is a woman .. it was an issue for me when we started going out - but I've had to learn to trust him about it ... they've been friends for longer than he has known me ..


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