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HOBOSEXUAL and why you should avoid them


It’s true, love is blind and for many people it can be the beginning of an extremely expensive hard lesson to learn falling in love with the couch surfing Joe or Jane manipulators.

Before handing over keys to your apartment or place of residence, adding beneficiaries to investments and co-signing for anything not in your name beware of the hobosexual relationship type person who may prey on your heart and wallet.

Falling head over heals at the beginning of a dating whirlwind is exciting and it seems like everything is falling into place perhaps it’s a smart idea to step back and evaluate especially if you’re moving fast.

I know you probably haven’t heard of the hobosexual relationship before but today I want to dig a bit deeper into the meaning of being taken advantage of for personal gain.

The term “hobosexual” was brought to life by writer Nakita Nicci over at Rolling out who describes a hobosexual relationship as a person who doesn’t have a genuine interest in you but uses you for a place to stay.

This world is full of scammers and I’ve written many a blog posts about scams about money but this is a different type of scam where the person may or may not get money but they certainly get security.

A hobosexual craves a security blanket and someone to take care of them without putting any emotion or money into the relationship. Scary to think about but it happens all the time.

Let’s look into the hobosexual relationship a bit more so perhaps you can learn about it and watch for targets coming your way. Dodge them at ALL costs!


What is a hobosexual relationship?

Well, there’s a Seattle-based alternative rock-band named the Hobosexual but this isn’t about your relationship with music it’s about your relationship in general.

A hobosexual according to Urban dictionary is a relationship based on need rather than love.

There are healthy relationships that are based on love and in most cases take time to develop.

Typically you don’t move in with someone a week or even two weeks or months into a relationship. To me that sends red flags that something is not right or the relationship is moving too fast.

This is why I’ve always said it’s important when dating someone to ask lots of questions and if they think you are coming off too strong, move on. It’s your life and you get to choose how you live it and who you invite into your circle or private space.

A fan sent me something he had read on Facebook the other day which triggered this post because I had never heard of being in a hobosexual relationship. He sent me a photo shared on the thread about this type of behaviour being that of a hobosexual.

Like you I had to Google it and read more into it because it definitely reeked of someone being taken advantage of financially, emotionally and perhaps physically.

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Hobosexual Nakita Nicci Rolling out Seattle-based


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