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    My girlfriend might be bi
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    An_229030 posted:
    Recently my girlfriend of a year and a half has been talking to a friend which happens to be a lesbian. This girl likes her, and she flirts with her and make comment about them being together which my girlfriend promptly ignores. Last night we were talking about it and she told methat it is possible for this friend of hers to make her start to have feelings for girls. She says that she does not like girls at the moment but how can you not like girls at all and say that you know that you may start to? Im really confused no what to do. i really love her, and i am just afraid that because she hasnt ever done anything with a girl, that if she decides she likes girlsm then she will cheat on me with one. someone please help me, the thought of her being with anyone else but me kills me inside.
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    An_229031 responded:
    There are medications that can be taken for that.


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