Woman reveals extensive list of social media rules she makes her boyfriend follow

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A woman was branded a ‘psycho b***h’ after she revealed the extensive list of social media rules she forces her boyfriend to live by – from not following new women after they started dating to blocking his past flirts.

Natalia Reinoso, from Canada, doesn’t want her husband to look at other women online.

She has described the strict rules she makes her potential suitors follow to ensure their full attention is on her.

From disliking girl photos on social media to not looking for female usernames online, Natalia outlined the strict regime her partner must adhere to TikTok.

A woman was branded a 'psycho b***h' after she revealed the extensive list of social media rules she forces her boyfriend to follow

A woman was branded a ‘psycho b***h’ after she revealed the extensive list of social media rules she forces her boyfriend to follow

Natalia Reinoso, from Canada, doesn't want her husband to look at other women online

Natalia Reinoso, from Canada, doesn't want her husband to look at other women online

She has detailed the strict rules she makes her potential suitors follow to ensure their full attention is on her

She has detailed the strict rules she makes her potential suitors follow to ensure their full attention is on her

Natalia Reinoso, from Canada, has detailed the strict rules she follows from her potential suitors to ensure their full attention is on her.

From disliking girl photos on social media to not looking for female usernames online, Natalia outlined the strict regime her partner must adhere to on TikTok

From disliking girl photos on social media to not looking for female usernames online, Natalia outlined the strict regime her partner must adhere to on TikTok

From disliking girl photos on social media to not looking for female usernames online, Natalia outlined the strict regime her partner must adhere to on TikTok

Her video quickly went viral — she’s been viewed more than three million times since it was posted last month, and some people on the internet called her “controlling” and “toxic” because of the detailed list of requirements.

Natalia’s video quickly went viral – she’s been viewed more than three million times since it was posted last month, and some people on the internet called her “controlling” and “toxic” because of the detailed list of requirements

“Controversial Rules I Make My Boyfriend Follow – Instagram Addition,” she began in the clip.

Before going over her social media rules, Natalia admitted that her friends called her a “psycho b***h” to them – but she insisted that “almost everyone” of her former boyfriends had followed the rules.

“I told my male friends and they called me a psychopath,” she said.

Disclaimer: Almost all of my boyfriends have followed these rules. So if you’re thinking, “Oh my god, I could never do that,” then that’s okay, someone else can.’

Her first rule is that her boyfriend will have to unfollow anyone he’s had a romantic interaction with before.

“Number one, block everyone you’ve had a romantic interaction with,” she explained.

Natalia admitted that her male friends called her a 'psycho b***h' to them - but she insisted that 'almost everyone' of her former boyfriends followed the rules

Natalia admitted that her male friends called her a 'psycho b***h' to them - but she insisted that 'almost everyone' of her former boyfriends followed the rules

Natalia admitted that her male friends called her a 'psycho b***h' to them - but she insisted that 'almost everyone' of her former boyfriends followed the rules

Natalia admitted that her male friends called her a 'psycho b***h' to them - but she insisted that 'almost everyone' of her former boyfriends followed the rules

Natalia admitted that her male friends called her a ‘psycho b***h’ to them – but she insisted that ‘almost everyone’ of her former boyfriends followed the rules

Her first rule is that her boyfriend will have to unfollow anyone he’s had a romantic interaction with before. The second is that he is not allowed to follow new women

Her third rule is that her boyfriend is not allowed to search for girls' names in the steering wheel.  She also said her husband won't like other women's photos

Her third rule is that her boyfriend is not allowed to search for girls' names in the steering wheel.  She also said her husband won't like other women's photos

Her third rule is that her boyfriend is not allowed to search for girls’ names in the steering wheel. She also said her husband won’t like other women’s photos

“Obviously, people you’ve slept with is a no, no. And if I find out you’ve been holding Ab***he’s hand and you’re still following her, you’re done.

Natalia Reinoso’s social media rules for her boyfriend

1) Block anyone you’ve had a romantic interaction with before

2) Don’t follow new women

3) No looking for girls names in the steering wheel

4) Don’t like pictures of girls

5) Don’t comment on other women’s Instagram stories

6) No more than one girl per scroll on your explore page

7) If someone posts more than one bikini photo in a row, stop following her

8) Don’t Click on Girls’ LinkTrees

“Number two, not following any new women since the day we started dating.

“Three, no looking for girls’ names in the steering wheel. What are you looking for? But really – what are you looking for? Because you should find it in me.’

For her fourth rule, she said that her husband should not like other women’s photos, and her fifth mandate was that he should not comment on girls’ Instagram stories.

She continued: “Number four, I don’t like girl pictures. Every guy knows girls don’t like this, so the fact that you keep doing it while knowing internationally that women don’t like this is a slap in the face. So dot, dot blank no.

“Number five, no answer to the story. Number six, no more than one girl per scroll on your explore page.

“I know you’re clicking on your explore page. Do you want to know how I know? Because once I asked a man to stop and he did.

“So for the duration of our entire relationship, there wasn’t one girl on his scout page, so I know the rest of you [liars].’

Finally, she urged her boyfriend to stop following everyone who posts countless bathing suit photos in a row.

She added that he is also not allowed to click on Women’s LinkTrees, a website that normally contains links to their other social media accounts.

Other rules include not being able to comment on girls' Instagram Stories, unfollowing anyone who posts more than one bikini photo in a row, and not clicking on women's LinkTrees.

Other rules include not being able to comment on girls' Instagram Stories, unfollowing anyone who posts more than one bikini photo in a row, and not clicking on women's LinkTrees.

Other rules include not being able to comment on girls’ Instagram Stories, unfollowing anyone who posts more than one bikini photo in a row, and not clicking on women’s LinkTrees.

Finally, she stated that she doesn't want to see more than one girl per scroll on her husband's explore page

Finally, she stated that she doesn't want to see more than one girl per scroll on her husband's explore page

Finally, she stated that she doesn't want to see more than one girl per scroll on her husband's explore page

Finally, she stated that she doesn't want to see more than one girl per scroll on her husband's explore page

Finally, she stated that she doesn’t want to see more than one girl per scroll on her husband’s explore page

Number seven, if she posts more than one bikini pic in a row, unfollow them. You should just know, just read my mind. Finally, don’t click LinkTree.’

Natalia’s rules sparked a debate among viewers – some defending her for setting “boundaries” and others criticizing her, calling her “insecure.”

“I really hope this is a joke because this is so overpowering,” one person wrote.

Another added: ‘These kinds of people are really so insecure.’

“For me it’s more about respect than being insecure,” replied someone else. “Like, why would you want to do these things when you have a significant other? Especially on Insta?’

“But it’s absurd for a man to respect these boundaries instead of having a man follow the rules,” commented another user. “Imagine a man saying these things.”

Natalia’s rules sparked a debate among viewers – some defended her for setting “boundaries” and others slammed her, calling her “insecure”

“It’s not even about being insecure, it’s literally respect,” another TikToker agrees.

“I guess if you trusted your partner, the thought of asking these things wouldn’t even cross your mind,” read a sixth comment.

“Am I the only one who thinks some of these are a bit much?” someone else asked.

“Boundaries are a good thing, but this is just insanely controlling behavior rooted in insecurity,” one viewer wrote. “Trust is important in a relationship.”

“People really say this is controlling/toxic, but I’m like… This is the bare minimum,” read another comment.

“All I know is that he probably found a better way to get around your rules. Never make rules, because if a man cheats, he’s going to cheat anyway,” said another.

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