Okay, some quick background: I'm a guy who recently found out that my ex cheated on me while we were together. (This was the second time, I stupidly forgave her the first time.)
Furthermore, when I kissed a girl for the first time it was on a Tuesday. I asked her to be my girlfriend, she agreed, then she made out with another guy at a party the following Friday while I was in the bathroom.
So, while I'm normally a wee bit misogynistic, I'm feeling especially negative towards women at present. So I have a question I'd like all the girls who've had serious relationships to answer completely honestly for me:
Q: Have you ever cheated on a guy? (kissing counts)
I know that cheating is fairly common, but my own personal experience has left me with 4/5 relationships where I got cheated on. Is it really this common, am I making too big a deal out of it?
I'm in college, it'd be simple for me to just go to a frat party and hook up, but I keep avoiding that because I'm holding out for someone I can really connect with. I'd like to make love rather than f***, if that makes sense. I'm a virgin, but not for lack of opportunity.
I keep hoping that most girls wouldn't cheat on someone, but the girl who cheated on me (twice) seemed really great. She was a nerdfighter, read books (not Twilight, real books), and played more video games than me even. The first time I went over to her house I found the Complete Works of Edgar Allen Poe under her pillow and thought to myself "Yep, this could be the one." We even went to meet John and Hank together. Then she cheated on me.
So I guess my point is: is this normal behavior for women? Is it just what happens when a girl's not 100% happy in her relationship? Should I stop making such a big deal about it and just fool around with girls until I happen across someone really awesome? Or have I just had staggeringly bad luck?
Thanks for reading my wall-o-text, I'd be interested to hear some female opinions on the matter. (Funny story, I was sitting at home thinking to myself 'man, I need to find a bunch of girls to talk to about this, but where?' then I remembered that Nerdfighteria is like 2/3 female. Score one for Nerdfighteria!)