Memorial Day Special: HMOTB: Military Edition! (50 photos)


Hiya troops! We can't thank you enough for serving. Hope you all are enjoying your holiday weekend. We love you!
All the best,
theBERRY crew: Emily, Megan & Alex

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  • slamminsam23

    Aaaaaand i want one. #28. you win.

  • Ashley

    Love a man in uniform! <3

  • baabygirl

    #20 You can come Home to me anytime (:

  • Jhay

    This is such an interesting qisuteon, and the way you’re approaching it seems really self-aware and conscientious. Which makes me think that ultimately you’ll figure this out your own way. (helpful, i know!)Your friend may be in an open relationship, or she may be lying, but what’s certain is that the way she’s conducting her open relationship is a bit suspect. You say yourself that it doesn’t seem like she’s being completely honest with her. It sounds to me like their openness is not a comfortable fit Perhaps the openness is supposed to be a purely sexual thing, and she’s accidentally fallen for you romantically and emotionally? Or perhaps there is no open’ agreement at all, and she’s just using the 2-city scenario to get what she wants behind her partner’s back? Either way I think you should try to have a really frank conversation with her about what role you play in her life. If you’re happy to be part of an open relationship, you need to know what the limits and possibilities of that are. Will you ever be able to become a boyfriend’ will you ever be able to meet each other’s family or go on holiday together, take her to a friend’s party, etc. Don’t present it as an ultimatum or a need for promises, but just ask her how she sees things and where she sees them going.And then think carefully about whether you’re happy with those prospects or not. I understand and really respect your qisuteoning of whether you would feel the same if she were with a man. I think it’s a really interesting and important thing to ask yourself. But at the end of the day, if you feel ok about her partner being a woman, but wouldn’t if she were a man that isn’t necessarily a problem, and in my opinion isn’t necessarily a homophobic attitude. Men are socialised to have a different and more intense competitive relationship to each other than they would have with a woman. And the difference in gender between you and her other partner is a massive marker of your difference, which makes it very easy to understand and take to heart the thing which underpins every open relationship she is getting something different from you and from her partner.As long as you respect the emotional *and* sexual connection that she and her partner have, and can handle acknowledge it truthfully and it still doesn’t get in the way of your feelings for her or how comfortable you feel with her, then well done you!I’m not sure if that answered any of your qisuteons at all, but it’s just my 2cents!

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