ONLY IF THEY KNOW ABOUT IT!<br />
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Short answer: if it's sexual in nature or leading someone on, then yes, it's very disrespectful. <br />
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Long answer: I think humans have a natural instinct to "flirt" or have some type of friendly bantering with friends, however, it is disrespectful to your partner when it's the main way you relate to / communicate with people. And, it takes an aware person to realize when they're crossing the line - your own, the commitment to your partner, and to the person you're communicating with. <br />
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Also, when you are overly friendly or go above and beyond to be with someone else / talk with someone else instead of your partner, that is disrespectful as well. The point of a significant other is to complete each other, and to compliment each other, not make them feel disrespected or have fear or jealousy of another.

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Definitely. <br />
It's something I would not tolerate.

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very

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Yes! It is..how would u feel if they did that to u??

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its normal to be attracted to others even though you are in a relationship but flirting is something people do when they are interested in some one to try and get a reaction out of them to see if they feel the same,if you are already with some one you deff should not be doing this.

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extremely!! i would never be able to deal with the guilt

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Yes, and it's rude.

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Yes. Espcially if its in front of them.

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Yes

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I dont have a partner. So nope.

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