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OK! Exclusive: Taylor Swift ‘Lost Her Faith In Men,’ ‘Destroyed’ By Harry Styles And John Mayer

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Oct. 16 2014, Published 12:50 p.m. ET

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Taylor Swift’s new song may be about the “breakable nature of some relationships,” as she claims—or, as we suspect, her former romance with Harry Styles—but it seems the only thing breakable in Taylor’s life is her trust in men!

The “Out of the Woods” singer confessed some guys, like Harry and John Mayer, “destroyed her faith” in dating, a source told exclusively!

The insider, a close pal to the 1989 songstress, told OK! Tay is taking a “break from men” all because of her failed relationships with the Harry and John.

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“After what John Mayer did and then Harry, she lost her faith in men and doesn’t want to date anyone seriously ‘for a very long time,’” our source said.

“Her experience with men has hardened her up and she’s not going to give her heart away so easily ever again.”

And though she’s been spending time with her cat—or a whole lot of cats!—more than boys, T-Swift is getting in on some action, but much more low-key.


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“She’s been having only very casual hookups, but never anything serious, just fun.”

What do you think, OK! readers, should Taylor take a break or get back on the dating saddle? Let us know in the comments or tweet to us @OKmagazine!

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