Is It Cheating? Poll About Online Cheaters. What Do You Think?

Guys and girls are sending flirty texts, friending their exes on Facebook, and getting super close to that girl at work. When does his behavior (and yours) cross the line into not-cool territory? I polled some readers here and man, did you have opinions!

Take a look at the Facebook Cheating Results

Sad but true: People have always cheated (just take a look at Mad Men or the Bible). But throw in e-mail, text messaging and Facebook, and these days you have a lot more opportunities to cheat, plus even more confusion about what cheating actually is. I wanted to take the mystery out of the equation, asking women to contribute their most intimate cheating stories so readers could vote on what crosses the line. Read on, but don’t be surprised if you end up feeling some old-fashioned moral outrage!

Editors note: Some names have been changed to protect the innocent (and not-so-innocent).

Is it cheating if the relationship isn’t official?


When I was in college, I dated a guy for two years who said he wasn’t comfortable with the boyfriend label. Among friends, I called him my significant other, but when I was with him, I just went with the flow and assumed we were exclusive. He was the first guy I slept with, the first I brought home to my parents, the one I spent every holiday and birthday with. Then he started fooling around with my best friend’s roommate, and a month later they were a couple. I confronted him, and he said he didn’t think we were officially together, so it wasn’t cheating. He also felt justified because she and I weren’t close friends! Everybody knew but me that’s what hurt the most. -Nicole, 22, New York City

This has He’s Just Not That Into You written all over it. I’d never continue dating someone who couldn’t verbally commit to me in the first place. He may have cheated, but she should have confronted him much earlier. -Kimberly, 25, Milwaukee

Is it cheating to go on a pseudo-date?

Once, I was seated next to a handsome stranger on a plane. He’d been bumped from first class, where he usually sat, which is why he was flying coach. Turned out he was a famous agent, owned a fabulous art collection, was smart and funny, and, to top it all off, he was single. (I’d been dating someone for five years.) When we landed, he asked for my number and called me at my hotel that very night, inviting me to a private party for one of my favorite actors. As we worked the room, I pictured the fabulous life I could have with him. I’d be rich and connected. I’d be taken care of, for once (my boyfriend is a musician). But in the end, I felt too guilty to continue the relationship, and stopped returning his calls. -Diana, 32, Los Angeles

It’s not cheating. Believe me, men do this all the time. Sometimes a little flirtation with a stranger helps keep the relationship alive, or makes you realize you should end it. -Krista, 43, Pelham, N.Y.

Is it cheating if you just sleep in the same bed?

“When I was a senior in college, I had a boyfriend of three years, but sometimes my friend Nate would come over and spend the night in my bed. We never hooked up or even really touched; we just talked and fell asleep next to each other. One parents’ weekend, my dad caught us in bed together and asked me if I was going to tell my boyfriend about it. I said no, because I didn’t think it was cheating.”-Jessica, 26, Boston

“I’d say this is cheating only if she was being secretive about it. My wife used to chat on Facebook with her ex-boyfriend and when I walked into the room she would quickly close it or hide the chat. Not cool. My general rule is that if it’s something you would absolutely not be comfortable with your significant other knowing, you’ve crossed some sort of line.”

Is a girl kissing another straight girl cheating?

“I’d been dating my boyfriend for a year and a half when I flew to L.A. to go to a girlfriends bachelorette party. We got dressed up, rented a limo and went out to a bunch of bars. Along the way, we picked up a few guys, who later bought us tons of drinks. As we got more and more drunk, the girls got flirtier with each other, and the guys were egging us on. Before I knew it, I was lip-locked with a girl in the back of the limo, for a while! At the time I didn’t think it was a big deal, but when I saw my boyfriend back in Chicago, I felt really bad. Even though he’d often joked that he found it hot when women made out with each other, I decided not to tell him about the wild night Id had.”-Jennifer, 32, Chicago

“I think the media puts so much focus on how hot it is for girls to kiss, and how much it turns guys on to watch two girls together, that women are now much more curious than they used to be. Add alcohol, peer pressure and the freedom of being in a different town, and mistakes happen. That said, I think she was probably right to keep it to herself. Coming clean would have been more for her benefit than his.”-Jennifer 36, Oregon City, Ore.

Is it cheating to exchange steamy Facebook messages?

“Out with friends one night, I met a cute guy who was wearing a wedding ring. We hit it off, and eventually everyone left the bar except us, and that’s when we admitted our attraction to each other. He said he’d been married less than a year. When we left the bar, I gave him a sad goodbye kiss on the mouth. Four days later he sent me a message on Facebook, and for a week, he sent me beautiful love messages. He said his feelings were too intense to ignore. I broke it off. I knew I couldn’t survive it, emotionally. Then he sent me a CD full of the most stunning songs, which I listened to twice, crying. After that, I put it away and never made contact with him again! -Regina, 32, New York City

“The kiss, sexy talk, messages and music are crossing the line. People like to play the technical game too much when it comes to cheating. It’s all about intention. Being attracted to someone else is natural, but if your intentions with that person mirror the ones for your significant other, you have a problem.”-Tivi Jones, 24, Durham, N.C.

Is it cheating to have a work spouse?

“Whether or not this is technically cheating, she’s playing with fire, especially since they’ve talked about having sex. It’s clear she’s getting some kind of sexual charge out of it. She needs to call her boyfriend and break it off, and then dump the married buddy, too.” -Penny, 26, Mobile, Ala.

Is getting a private dance at a strip club cheating?

“My boyfriend and I have a great, honest and, in my humble opinion, sexually satisfying relationship. Recently when he went to a bachelor party, I joked about him getting lap dances, and he said he wouldn’t. It wasn’t like I forbade him; he said he just wasn’t into that stuff. When he got home, I made a crack about the lap dance and could tell by the look on his face that he’d had one. I was pretty devastated. He didn’t understand why I was so angry, since it was normal bachelor-party behavior. It wasn’t that he got the lap dance (though its not an image I’ve enjoyed having in my head); it’s that he said he wouldn’t, and did it anyway.”-Jenny, 34, Portland, Ore.

“Normally, having another woman on your lap is cheating. But a stripper at a bachelor party is a gray area. He told the truth; if she wants his continued honesty, she’d better get past it.”-Pamela Weiss, 23, Los Angeles

Is it cheating if your boyfriend fools around with his gay best friend?


“Several years ago I was in a long-term relationship. My boyfriend had a close gay friend who was obviously in love with him. One night my boyfriend came home wasted and mentioned, as if it were no big deal, that he’d let his friend go down on him. He said the guy begged him all the time, and that since he was drunk and didn’t really care, he’d let him. He couldn’t believe I was upset! He said he was doing it just to be nice, to throw the dog a bone, and that his former girlfriend had been fine when he’d done it before. We had a huge fight about it. He thought I was being uptight, but promised that he’d never do it again. I forbade him to see his friend, and as far as I know, he only saw him a couple more times while we were together.” -Joy, 28, Las Vegas

“Frankly, I would question if my boyfriend were gay or curious. And getting a blow job from someone who’s not your girlfriend is cheating; gay friend, mother, dog; it’s still cheating.” -Katie, 26, San Francisco

Straight up! If you can’t tell your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband or wife what you did or what you are doing then it’s cheating. In my opinion, of course.

35 Responses to “Is It Cheating? Poll About Online Cheaters. What Do You Think?”

  1. JR July 13, 2010 at 8:35 am #

    Interestingly, all the questions above ask if the offending behavior is “cheating,” but fail to consider the bigger issue of whether the behavior at issue is disrespectful towards their significant other. If your relationship is based solely on the premise that “I can do whatever I want, so long as I don’t cheat” (whatever that imaginary line is), I think your doomed for failure. Your behavior towards your significant other has to be better than simply what constitutes an ultimate betrayal. Take the advice that most of us were given as children – treat others as you would want to be treated. In the instant case, the question would then be: if the roles were reversed and my significant other was doing what I am doing, would I have a problem with it? For instance, would the guy who got a lap dance during a bachelor party have a problem with his girlfriend getting a lap dance from a male stripper at a bachelorette party?

    • Jay July 24, 2010 at 12:46 pm #

      Amen.

      • JP August 4, 2010 at 11:58 am #

        Well said.

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  2. David July 15, 2010 at 4:27 am #

    The idea of monogamy or exclusive relationships is only a recent phenomenon (500 yrs or so), certainly stemming from religious Western beliefs.

    Unfortunately Western Society has convalesced around a family of husband wife and children, which is against our genetic and anthropological makeup. Marriage was only for procreation and men and women participated in sexual congress if they liked each other.
    Happier societies around the world are polygamous and polyandrous with children raised by a commune.

    Guilt is also a self imposed neurosis stemming from repressive beliefs.

    • David July 15, 2010 at 2:40 pm #

      Pardon me? Lol

      You did not just say that…Lol

      I’ll quote you…”Unfortunately Western Society has convalesced around a family of husband wife and children, which is against our genetic and anthropological makeup”.

      Why “unfortunately”? It’s unfortunate that we center our lives around marriage and family?
      What a choice of words.

      Guilt is a feeling that creeps up when you know you’ve done something wrong.
      Just because you may develope a sexual attraction for someone other then your spouse, does not mean it has to be acted upon.
      Most people actually want a respectful and true partner. Men and women alike.
      Both must want the same thing going into the relationship. Anytime one or the other strays, there is usually never a good outcome.
      so, if there isn’t a good outcome, then how can this pratice be normal or good?
      How can it be against our genetic makeup?
      I dont care who it is, everyone wants to be loved and cherished by someone. Everyone wants to have that great relationship.
      A solid relationship is a phenomenon? Lol
      Hillarious.
      More rare perhaps but entirely possible.

      • rachel July 16, 2010 at 5:47 pm #

        i think david #1 is referring to a much larger picture of humanity than you are used to thinking about, david #2. he is looking at things in a very anthropological way, whereas you are seeing through the “goggles” so to speak of your upbringing and the culture and experiences you have grown up in. when you don’t know any different it is hard to see how anything else could possibly be good or right, i suppose.

        i understand what he is getting at, and in a way you are further proving his point.

        interesting stuff, this whole being-a-person thing is.

      • Jay July 24, 2010 at 1:52 pm #

        On the topic of guilt in relationships. Guilt is when you know you’ve done something that’s against the values of your partner.

        “Guilt is also a self imposed neurosis stemming from repressive beliefs.” – David#1

        If you *chose* a relationship and you don’t feel guilty for violating the beliefs and values of your partner then there is a problem.

        This is more about having respect for another human being. If you both find it okay for casual flings that’s fine. But don’t agree to be in a relationship while you behave otherwise and expect it to be okay.

    • Mike July 25, 2010 at 11:14 pm #

      1# (David #1)Not only is monogamy NOT a phenomenon, the practice of marriage is biblical. You were to be true to your vows you took before God.

      2# I can see where you (David #1) would say genetics would play into a man or woman cheating but do you have to act upon thoughs urges? Hell, Im married not dead. I still look. Its in all humans to sin, but also in all humans to make the choice to honor his or her vows.

  3. turnerBroadcasting July 15, 2010 at 12:40 pm #

    Facebook and other online tools are an ideal mechanism for sexy people to meet each other. As long as they are so sexy or attractive that they need to meet, flirt and connect …

    as long as you do it completely without your body. That’s what the internet is all about – its all anonymous.

    The best bet for meeting someone is to do it in real life.

  4. Mike July 25, 2010 at 11:15 pm #

    oops, wrong thoughs *those*

  5. Raelian July 26, 2010 at 9:31 pm #

    Cheating is a myth. We don’t “cheat” on each other. Humans were not genetically engineered to be faithful to one person their entire lives. As we go through life, our likes and interests change. So why shouldn’t that include our relationships with people?

    What is the origin of marriage. What is its purpose? Think about it – it doesn’t make any sense. If your current partner cheats on you, you should be happy. Yes, happy! Why, because your partner is happy. That’s true love. Unfortunately, our society doesn’t not truly understand the concept of love. Love isn’t sexual or an attraction. It’s about doing for others without asking anything in return, putting other’s happiness before yours. With this model, marriage doesn’t make sense.

    Marriage and monogamous relationships will soon end. It’s just the way is. Now don’t be alarmed if you find a co-worker attractive and you are married. Don’t suppress it — you weren’t engineered for it. Enjoy it, tell your partner! And if they truly love you, they will be happy for you! It’s that simple.

    Good luck, Earthlings. May you one day understand your purpose and origin.

    • Ross September 22, 2011 at 5:52 pm #

      That doesnt mean you need to cheat, if you feel that you have lost intersest in your spouse either sit down and talk or just leave them. That does not mean you need to rip out there heart and throw it in the trash

  6. Vinja August 20, 2010 at 8:24 am #

    the wrong assumption some comments here base upon, is that monogamy is relatively “new”, historically unbased. this is simply false – christianity is monogamous from its start, as well as Judaism before it. Throughout known history monogamy has been the only, or one of the forms of male-female behavior. Even with polygamy, (i.e Islam) there was (and is) a firm set of rules, which was a result of cultural and historical needs.

    Lastly, i’d like to point out that humans were “engineered” also to kill each other, die in late 20′s (if not sooner killed), use brute force to dominate others (especially females, to rape them) etc. Point is – not every urge is good to be followed.

    • Ms Z September 4, 2011 at 3:16 am #

      Well said, Vinja.

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  8. Kiffe September 10, 2010 at 10:17 am #

    The one about a girl kissing another straight girl is horrible. I can see if the boyfriend approves, but she was in another town, guys she didn’t even know were egging her on and there she is making out with another girl for attention from the opposite sex.

    Worst of all, she didn’t even tell her boyfriend. What an awful girlfriend.

  9. Sylvia November 30, 2010 at 9:49 am #

    I have a Facebook and a Myspace cheating husband.
    Its bad enough to go through the humiliation of everyone knowing your husband is cheating but to have the “other woman” post pictures and comments of the affair for the rest of the world to see is far worse!
    Duhhh if you post a pic and keep posting the “I love you” and whatnot even without tagging my husband or mentioning his name where does that leave me? Its bad enough to have your spouse out and about acting as if theres nothing wrong with what hes doing but to make it public for family and friends to see wheres the respect in that? Granted an affair is total lack of disrespect and morals and values for the institute of marriage and I donot condone infidelity whatsoever but whatever happened to discretion? Mistresses and infidelity has been going on since the begining of time but there was always some sort of discretion. Now in this day and age respect morals and values seem to have fallen to the wayside along with discretion. It is appalling to me how both men and women think its ok to step outside the marriage because of marriages no longer being in the honeymoon stage or a mid life crisis. I have heard the excuses it started off as friendship I was giving her advice she was giving me advice and blah blah blah! Well how in the hell are you going to offer someone else advice on how to fix their own screwed up marriage but not apply your words of wisdom to your own marriage? A big crock of poo is what that is! All both parties wanted was an excuse to see if the grass was greener on the other side! Well I say if you tended to your own grass you wouldnt even notice the weeds growing across the street!

    • secret March 7, 2011 at 11:37 am #

      Sylvia: I’m on board with you! My husband was a Facebook cheater. It didn’t start there but it certainly grew from there. He could send her messages without me knowing. I didn’t even know he was on FB until I was told about the affair.

      Social Networking is a catch-22.

  10. Hailo November 30, 2010 at 4:00 pm #

    I am a 18 year old girl who recently found out my dad was cheating my mom through facebook. I sent up my dad’s account, and helping him pick out picture for his profile, and showed him how to use it. He’s had the account for just over a year now. And within that year, a lady from his past(who was one of my mom’s bridesmaid at their wedding!) contacted him. At first it was just a friendly hello, openly posted on his wall for all to see. Then i noticed one day that he had deleted her from his friends list. I asked him if he had gotten in an argument with her and they werent friends anymore, he said no. So i ask him if this women and my mom had gotten in an argument and werent friends anymore..he also said no. I dont know why, but that struck me in a weird way, why would the have deleted eachother? I decided to email the lady and ask her how she was doing and make small talk..she immediatly deleted me off of facebook as well. Then i knew something was going on. Its been 5 months since that day, and yesturday my mom told me she is filing for divorce from my dad. I ask her why and she explained that my dad found someone else. I know who it is..and this has literally made me feel the highest amount of discust, regret, and betrayal. I helping set up that account.. i showed him how to find people.. I showed him how to send private messages.. I know its not my fault, but I cant help but believe if i hadnt showed him all that, they would still be together. We had the best family in the world… till my dad got facebook.

    • Eileen Graham December 2, 2010 at 4:05 pm #

      I know how you feel. I too set up Facebook for my husband. He doesn’t know much about computers and was having difficulties with his young adult daughter so I thought that opening up a Facebook account for him might help the communication between the 2 of them. My mistake. She used it to insult and be mean and hurtful to me. She continued to not get along with her dad and blocked both of us from her account. My husband continued to use it for playing poker and a few other games. It wasn’t long before his old classmates started looking him up and he them. I was a fool and encouraged him as he doesn’t have any friends of his own to visit or just hang out with.
      Well it wasn’t long before Leah found him (friend from over 30 years ago) and soon “true love” was formed. Even thought they have never dated or even kissed as kids it didn’t take him long to be professing his everlasting love and making claims of “soul mates” with her. You can only imagine the tears when I found out that he was telling her that he wished she had found him 5 years ago so they could of been together, I guess he forgot he has been with me for 10 years. He had also provided her with his personal cell # so she could give him secret love calls while he is at work. Funny he always is short with me when I call him at work because “he is busy and he is there to work not talk” but I guess when it is your “soul mate” regular rules don’t apply.
      Now he claims that he is no longer in touch with her but I am not very sure as he also told me that he would never loose contact with her or loose her from his life again so what is the truth? The trust is now gone.
      So now I no longer find romantic letters to and from her but he sure loves to compliment women on line and chat them up. He usually only has insults or put downs for me. He has even sent off care packages to his “girlfriends” in other countries but he has never sent off any other package in the 10 years we have been together but only to these 2 women. He even has a parcel that he has wanted shipped for 2 years sitting on his desk beside where he packaged up the “friends” parcels. He makes all sorts of wonderful gestures and kind offers to other women on Facebook but unwilling to make such offer to the woman he claims to love. He showed so much “love” to me that it hurt to open FB and see the compliments to other women and that there is nothing good for me so I deleted him from FB as a friend. How sad is that? How sad when you have to delete your spouse because of the lack of respect shown to you on a website that was designed to be fun.
      I am sure that all the girlfriends of “Shawny your so great” won’t understand but truly girls you don’t have a clue who he is.

      • BlackSheep January 8, 2011 at 9:29 pm #

        I see two issues here. You are insecure. You have him, he is with you, he has obviously chosen you. Stop beating yourself up, stop looking at the negative – he is your man!

        Sending packages to girlfriends? WTH? Tell him to stop this crap, totally inapropriate! WTH is he thinking!!! How rude and disrespectful!

        Also tell him to slow down on the flirting with the girls, if in fact he is really flirting.

        Be secure! You are woman, roar! And the packages – no more! That is rediculous!

      • secret March 7, 2011 at 11:43 am #

        Eileen: He’s still cheating. My advice file for seperation and then divorce. The best way you can roar as a woman now is to pick yourself up by your boot straps and move on. I’ve been where you are.

  11. kandisue December 3, 2010 at 5:24 pm #

    I am sitting home tonight while he is at the home wreakers fathers celebration of life and informed ME he was staying for the full thing…services and all. Then they all might go out for a drink. He has made me out to be totally jealous and insecure and has given me every reason to be. we have been together 12 years in March…and I cant believe this has happen…I really cant…I tried to get hiim to stop and he would always turn it around on me and blames me for the ladies he was talking to wouldnt talk with him no more…I scared them off…alll because I said hey tell the girls HI and he said no they dont need to know your in the room! Except ONE and thats the one in the beggin of my email. Get this…they hadnt talked since JR and he told her our whole life story and before you knew it she was there to support him through the hard times and she would always been there…WTF..I did send her an email and told her the damage she had done to my relationship and he commet was it was all innocent flirting…my respons was really because from the outside looking in it sure didnt seem that way to ME! I dont know what to do no more…I love him so and dont understand why he has chose to do this…we had a very good relationship….never any issues where he would want to wander like this and then make me out to be the jackass. I am so so hurt and dont know what to do anymore….I know I love him…jsut wished he could see that.

    • Eileen December 5, 2010 at 1:35 am #

      Shawn did the same thing. He had some woman in England telling him that she was a porn star. (saw her photo and they maust have old overweight pornstars over there) She was sending him items throught the “Pleasure Island” and sending him messages telling him that she was having horny lusty thoughts of him and that she was going to have naughty dreams of him. I don’t need my 14 year old reading that this woman is sending him an edible cockring! I wrote her and told her that I thought she showed no taste and that it was so wrong of her to send this to a married man. I asked her if she was totally vacant of morals.
      He got really pissed at me and sent her an appology telling her that I can often be mean! This is coming from a man that has called me a slut for going for natchos at Boston Pizza with a gay male officer and a female nurse after work. If I try to stop him from going on FB he gets really cranky and gets worse. He then goes out of his way to contact and chat up even more women. How much of this disrespect will I take? Think maybe I will give him enough rope to hang himself!

  12. Michael December 21, 2010 at 11:15 am #

    I been married for 26 years and when my wife open and started to look out friends from school and others guys she knew. Well she just walk out on our family two weeks ago and we had no idea were she went and come to find out she has moved in with a guy she was writing on facebook. But yet she is still married by state law because we our not divorce yet no paperwork has been drawn up on either side. I cant believe she just walk out and run into a stranger arms for whatever reason. Every married couples goes through thinks but you never seen this man walk away from his family for any reason. i love my wife but the things she has done makes me wonder should i let her go and move on. Or be good christian and forgive her for her sins. I really confuse and does not help being the Army at war.

    • BlackSheep January 8, 2011 at 9:35 pm #

      If she is already playing shack up, doesn’t sound like she wants to be forgiven. I hope you don’t have kids in this mess, if you do……she is a total hag!

      Don’t throw your pearls to the swine!

    • Ross September 22, 2011 at 5:54 pm #

      its not really up to you i forgave my wife for what she did to my family but she doesnt want anything to do with me so its really all up to what she wants

  13. Linda February 3, 2011 at 3:19 pm #

    This is what it all boils down to, if you wouldn’t want it done to you than its cheating. Boils down to respect for the feelings of the one you are suppose to love. If its going to upset your loved one don’t do it. Plain and simple.

  14. Tracey February 20, 2011 at 4:54 am #

    My partner has facebook affairs as well as a profile on an internet dating site (one that I know of), I have no idea how to tell him I know.
    I found out when I used his laptop while mine was charging, opened internet explorer and it went straight to facebook inbox where I could not help but read very explicit messages (the suject title was an eye catcher).
    I then googled his known tags and found he has a single profile and has posted up on forums looking for bars while overseas.
    While these people and sites are not local it make me wonder how far he would go if he came across one of these people or simliar who lived local :(

  15. secret March 7, 2011 at 11:50 am #

    If you know your partner is having an affair whether through FB, MySpace or other dating sites your question shouldn’t be how do I let them know I know, it should be Am I willing to deal with disrespectfulness and how much is YOUR sefl esteem worth.

    Confront the situation and go from there. It takes a strong woman/man to overcome cheating, one way or another.

  16. justin yensamo March 22, 2011 at 4:55 am #

    i wil like hv an affaire with a partner who will keeep me comfort and who can handle a virgin verey well

  17. JAL June 3, 2011 at 9:07 am #

    Its cheating when the ‘significant other’ feels its unacceptable, has said that it is hurtful to them, and the person continues to do whatever it is that is hurting the other person…

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