All these pictures were naked/half naked/extremely suggestive pics, and not pretty pics of them showcasing their face–that's an important note.There were pics of me too in the mix, but I just feel like especially because I'm a model, including lingerie, that my pictures should be enough, or close to enough, where he shouldn't feel the desire to download all these pictures of other women, and so often.
I'm a model/actress and he's a freelance producer and camera operator.
He's sweet and kind to me and has always been there for me when I needed him. Our careers and personalities both really compliment each other’s, and everyone says how great we look and seem together.
I have talked to him about all of this: he was defensive at first and would brush it off like it wasn't a big deal, but I finally got him to understand and he doesn't do it anymore.
He's also reassured me that I'm the only one for him and that it's "normal" guy behavior and I have nothing to worry about.
I have had issues with OCD and depression in the past and I just can't stop obsessing over this.
I have already talked to him about my feelings on this, and he said "I love you. ” Having two X chromosomes does not undermine your ability to reason, and being a dude is not a lifetime hall pass.While I see the behavior as “icky,” I don’t quite see the leap in how it has so deeply wounded you.His Facebooking may be sleazy and annoying, but shouldn’t be a drain on your happiness.I asked him why he felt the need to do this, and he said "because I'm a guy.That's why these pictures exist." On his computer I found that he saves pictures of the girls from FB (like the ones he randomly became FB friends with) and also, worst of all, one of my friends from modeling.Taking them from Facebook pages, whether “random” or friends of yours? And, while “douchebaggy” comments might not be in line with his real-life personality, they are coming from somewhere in his brain, which makes them harder to dismiss.