For the record, I don't care if my boyfriend has friends that are girls. His best friend is a girl and my best friend is a guy, so it bothers neither of us if we have friends of the opposite sex. I also trust my boyfriend completely.
We both met this girl at the same time. She's the best friend of one of his girl friends. I don't like this girl. I don't trust her. I get this vibe that she's a bitch and I also just don't trust her around my boyfriend. My boyfriend is bi-sexual and jokes around about being the "gay best friend" a lot, which he basically is, haha. I They were talking at the party we met her at and today, when his friend brought her up, he was like "I basically became her designated gay best friend." Then he asked for her number or snapchat.
Like I said, I trust him completely. I just don't like or trust her and I'm trusting my gut on this one that there is something off with her. I'm not upset with him for asking for her number because I know he doesn't mean anything by it and he even asked for it in front of me so I know he's not trying to hide anything.
I'm not a jealous girlfriend. I'm territorial, but not jealous. I just don't like the idea of him talking with her. Would it be bad to talk to him about how this would make me uncomfortable?
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It seems you are already open about that kind of stuff. I'm assuming you've had talks about guy/girl friends as you've both got them. Communication is healthy, if you have a concern talk to him about it. I've had bad vibes from people and been right, it's always good to listen to your gut. I feel like men tend to be less intuitive than women (yes I said it 😜) but I swear its true. I've warned bf/exbfs of unsavory characters and they don't listen and learn the hard way. Dont be pushy though, say your piece and he's gonna do what he's gonna do. You've already established it's okay to have friends of the opposite sex in your relationship and you need to respect that he will choose his friends based on his thoughts decisions in the same way you would with a male friend.1