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Today, one of my best friends from highschool(im in junior high runs 7th-9th im in 9th)(highschool 10th-12th)

Well She came over to the junior high to get her sister. She told me that in english today *Kyle*(my boyfriend) was flirting with another girl in his class. She said they got to partner up today for classwork ..and he picked her and moved his desk. Also everyone was commenting him by saying stuff like "are yall going out?", yall 2 should hook up". etc. When they said these things he didnt even defend himself by saying no i have a girlfriend! or atleast no...he just put on a smirky smile. It was total flirting he was touching her, looking her up and down , you know the basic stuff you do while flirting. I dont usually get jealous but this makes me mad. I know hes in highschool(hes in 10th) and in a different school but still , i believe he should respect the fact that he has a girlfriend. Also i have about 10 other ppl to conferm that he was who are also in his class...i know nun of them would lie to me about something like this.

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Sounds like you need to have a talk with Kyle, and simply tell him that you're uncomfortable with him being at all deceptive about having a steady (you).

That's a valid thing to say, and it's just one of many things to negotiate with a partner: how public you need or want a relationship to be, and when you feel like it's not right to be sly about it.

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