Boyfriend logged into dating site
Right off the top, you mentioned that you and he have agreed to be exclusive.
It’s reasonable to interpret that as meaning you’ve agreed to not date anyone or sleep with anyone else, but I want to ask: when you agreed to be exclusive, how did this come about?
To save everyone confusion though, I think ‘taking the profiles down’ should be talked about outright, likely in the exclusivity conversation, and not something that is just assumed.
Until a couple is exclusive, there’s really nothing wrong with being on a dating site.
In fact, they have made their relationship very public by flirting and posting photos on China's popular social media site, Weibo.
While the couple have around one million followers, they only follow each other.
How clear was his side of the agreement to being committed?
(Turns out I was kind of right.) But since I found all of this out by snooping I'm not sure if I should try confronting him about it because he could throw me snooping back in my face. I'm very much in love with him and lately we've been talking about moving in together, which was something he brought up first, and he's even brought up marriage and having kids together.Just after her recent 12th birthday, Akama wrote on Zhang's Weibo page, "Wait until I'm old enough to marry you, and then I'm going to say 'I do." Zhang responded, "I simply can't wait for these next four birthdays of yours to pass, I'm counting down each one." And they don't care if you think their relationship is odd, or inappropriate."There's nothing we can do about this, nor do we feel the need to prove anything to these people," Zhang wrote on his page.I also wouldn’t even classify this as snooping, per se. You didn’t somehow break into and read his emails or texts.You’re just seeing what he’s doing online and that information is freely available to the world.