Does flirting on Facebook count as cheating?
Guys are sending flirty texts, friending their exes on Facebook, getting super close to that girl at work. When does his behavior (and yours) cross the line into not-cool territory? Glamour asked readers across the country to weigh in — and boy, did you have opinions! Take a look at the 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. Glamour decided to take the mystery out of the equation, asking women to contribute their most intimate — and iffy — might’ve-been-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! Editor’s 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,