I lost my favorite harem member. Really, she was my girlfriend. We’d been together for almost 20 months.
We’d had a great relationship. Probably the best of my life. Janelle was white, attractive, and ten years younger than me. I found her when she was 23.
Like most American college girls, she was a former slut.
Yeah, I know. It’s dumb to fall in love with sluts.
But something about her drew me in.
Sure she had flaws. But our attraction was intense. We were crazy compatible. We got along great, banged like horny rabbits, and made each other laugh out loud. She was also an amazing little cook.
And of course, I fucked many other women during our time together. With her knowledge. Despite that, she’d stayed. And from what I saw, she was FULLY monogamous to me the entire time.
So how’d it end?
I made a stupid ROOKIE mistake. Like dropping a nuclear bomb on our relationship.
I went on a Friday night dinner date with Latecia. Janelle’s male friend saw me at the restaurant. Of course, he ran and squealed to Janelle.
She ended it a few days later.
See, she’d tolerated my non-monogamy because I’d been discrete.
Her friends and family NEVER knew the gritty details. To them, I was her perfectly loving boyfriend.
Like most young women, her social circle was important to her. So, when they learned I was “secretly cheating?”
Game over. She walked to save face.
Losing her felt terrible. I’ll admit it, I cried like a girl.
I’m not a sociopath. Yeah, I fall in love.
The main difference between me and the average man who gets starry-eyed? I know what I’m getting myself into. I don’t make big, life-changing decisions when I’m in love. I just ride the wave of emotions.
I know females are hypergamous and opportunistic. They can be icy cold; they’ll leave you instantly.
So yes, a man risks great pain by falling for ANY women. Good girl or slut.
But you can’t hide behind emotional walls forever.
Has a man truly lived, if he’s never shared love with a woman?
No. He hasn’t.
The good memories are worth the pain.
Pay the price of womanizing.
Mourn the loss.
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