Social Media Cheating?


What do you think? Does the article below make some valid points, or not so much? I suspect that a few guys who follow me on Instagram, and some who have even added me as Facebook friends, might be at least a little bit "in lust with me." I barely know these guys and have never really had any conversation with each other, we just have some mutual friends and see each other at some events. But with that said, they see ALL of my Instagram stories, regardless of how mundane they must seem to them (like one story about my sister-in-law's baby shower), and the same with liking my Instagram and FB posts. It's also the kind of posts they like. I won't lie, I post lots of selfies and pics of me glammed up, such as the ones I included here for example, and they always like those, more than even my close girlfriends, who is actually more who they're meant for. These guys all have wives/serious girlfriends/fiancees, some of whom are gorgeous (and admittedly, others are not so much), so why are they so interested in another woman like me, or at least giving me so much attention? Or am I reading too much into this? I'm married, and they know that. With that said, my husband is not very active on social media and rarely likes any of my posts. All I can say is that if I knew my husband was doing all of those things with another girl on FB and/or Instagram I'd be mad as hell!
Social Media Cheating?


Social Media Cheating?



These pics got A LOT of likes from men.
These pics got A LOT of likes from men.


https://www.bustle.com/p/11-social-media-habits-that-could-mean-your-partners-cheating-8191688
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As I mentioned, I do often see these guys at events (and quite often their SOs aren't there) and I'm concerned they may one day try to make a pass at me.
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I came across this video, it makes some really good points! It talks about how it's actually a pretty complicated issue.
https://youtu.be/MBEN0jIcjyg
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