what do people think about bisexuals?
would you have a bisexual gf/bf?
or what would you think if your partner told you that he/she is bi?
i feel like there are a lot of negative stereotypes, about bisexuals, that are commonly assumed to be true amongst most people.
If you treat everyone as stereotypes when dating then you're too moronic to hold a stable relationship. I dated a bi chick, thought it was a turn on but besides that it meant nothing else.
I don't mind is someone who is a normal person also happens to be bisexual.
I don't like people who define themselves 100% by their sexuality, though. If All you can talk about is how much you love sex and how you would just have it "any time, anywhere, with any gender!!" Then I'm going to think you're a pig.
I advise you to base someone off their individual actions, that is the most accurate way of understanding the person and their actions.
If you base your opinions off society alone and not your own thoughts then it shows how lacking of character you are. Remember societies in the past accepted slavery, human zoos, racism, torture, stoning and a lot of other things...
Pfft that's what you women say but i bet 100% after you see the enjoyment on your mans face as he fucks another man you'll feel insecure as fuck. Your literal existance is to feel sexy to attract a mate to produce offspring, seeing your man fuck a man instead of you will make you feel undesirable.
You can disagree with me all you want but you insecurities wont ;)
I think people are scared their SO might cheat on them with somebody of the other gender because he/she is missing out on that while being in a relationship. Personally, I don't share that belief, I think sexuality is independent from people being prone to cheating.
I guess technically I am bisexual, even though I have a very strong preference for women (but my current crush is a guy) and because of that usually label myself a lesbian for the sake of simplification (the only guys I find attractive are feminine guys).
To each their own
Okay at that point you say 1 in 2 or half.
Depends on the girl. If she's can't catch onto when someone is trying to make a move on her, then you're in for a bad time. I imagine if the girl is decent, it won't be much of a problem until she starts craving puss, in which case your fault for dating a lesbo.
Sorry not all men are sissies. Women are subs so when they find a woman they can be the top for, well I guess it's fun to play pretend.
Heterosexuals either seem to think you want to fuck everything that walks, or that you're faking it for male attention.
Homosexuals don't take you seriously because "it's just a phase", or see you as a threat in getting a wholesome same-sex relationship.
There are few people who seem to be able to accept it for what it is, without judging. I myself hate to say, that when I meet a girl who claims to be bisexual, I will be looking out if claims to be or "does it" for male attention.
Bisexuality on some levels has a higher stigma than homosexuality.
>I don't understand jealousy towards other humans
Bi sex male reporting. Females leaving my ass the second they find out, even bi chicks, and gays don't give me the time of day. I'm starting to pretend Im one or the other depending on who I'm with.
Why would you even bring up that you like the other sex while with someone unless you're in an open relationship or some crap? When you do that you make yourself out to be someone who wants to get someone else in bed, don't you know that? You liking dick while with a woman means nothing because you're WITH her and you shouldn't be eyeing anyone else while in a relationship. Are you STUPID?
I didn't think it would be a problem because I've always been faithful. I felt that it was important to be open and honest about everything so I'd usually let them know pretty early on in the relationship. Know I understand that that isn't the case and most people would rather me lie about it but still.
That's so sad. I'm sorry you're getting that kind of treatment. I can brush that kind of shit off because my social circle accepts lots of oddities. I couldn't imagine having to hide my identity for longer than I felt comfortable.
I don't want to have to hide in the dark like some cockroach or a rat. It is important for me to be able to be open with people about myself in every way possible. I don't want to feel like I've held something back. Being bi is a pretty big part of myself.
>Being bi is a pretty big part of myself.
You see that, that right there is why no one wants bi people. If going for 2 different sexes is a big part of who you are and I'm only 1 of those sexes, that leaves room for problems in their mind, no matter how much you say you're loyal.
Get used to it, this is the straight person's mentality when it comes to bisexuality in a relationship that isn't for sex or money. You need a sense of ego and self worth to protect yourself from stupid shit. My advice:Date other bi people and hope they don't get bored of dick while dating you.
Wow, so much insecurity in one thread.
Look, a person's sexuality has nothing to do with whether they'll cheat on you. A straight person can cheat on you too; if you're whining about having to "look out for both genders," clearly you've never gotten into a serious relationship with a bi person because you're a pussy scared of a hypothetical.
If I'm in a serious, committed relationship with someone, I'm mature enough to trust them not to cheat on me. And if I'm wrong, I dump them. Simple as that. I don't strain my neck looking over my shoulder all the time; that's just no way to live.
the easiest person for someone to date is someone who has 'a type'. im a very hard person to date, cuz im very open minded in terms of what looks good.
i like cute little skinny guys, and big muscular lumberjacks, and foreigners, and stoner hippies and business men, etc.
if its hot, its hot. the problem is because of that no one person can really satisfy me, whenever i meet a great guy and we have great chemistry i think 'wow, i could totally marry this person, but then id miss out on finally meeting a cute stoner, or another lumberjack, or just a really short dorky boy, or dating an artsy actor, or a cool scientist'.
bfs are like pokemon and i wanna try em all out. but becasue of that im not a great partner cuz you cant really expect to please me or satisfy me entirely even if you are the definition of the perfect male.
bisexuals have much the same problem and even make someone like me uncomfortable. while sexually i like the idea of a MMF threesome and it turns me on, i know that dating a bisexual would end up being trouble cuz they'd end up leaving me for the opposite gender at some point.
i am likely biased cuz this has happened to me twice now.
Nigga in this thread alone she's shown that she has a tumblr bullshit sexuality and is a major narcissist. We've gotten about a paragraph from her and she's already a shitty human being.
I have two mostly vanilla bf's already, but I'm grooming one out of his virginity and into exploring his sexuality. He said he'd want to try but my bf won't test him.
Oh this tripfag gets better and better.
It's cute that one of this board's worst tripfag shitposters apparently wants to damage the reputation of another commonly disliked tripfag shitposter. One would assume you would team up to derail threads even more efficiently.
There's no reputation to damage, I'm merely informing the gentle faggots of this community
Okay? And what exactly would be "objective"? Someone who's only dated heteros? Any opinion given would be biased one way or another; this isn't exactly a thread about science here.
Btw my current partner is hetero and we are in the most "normal" relationship ever; it's just that I'm not bitter about my ex's sexuality, because we broke up over other things.
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My girlfriend is kind of bi?
Her first ever relationship and kiss was to a girl. and she's mentioned she's always been curious about having sex with another girl.
I think she said she was like a 2 or 3 on the Kinsey scale (whatever that means)
I kind of DGAF because i'm secure enough in our relationship and who I am that I don't really think I have to worry about threats.
>Our first trip out together, this guy who she's friends with (that she used to have massive crush on but that turned her down) found out we were out on the trip together and suddenly started bombarding her phone saying he was an idiot all that time ago, and that she should give him another chance.
>I just told her, that I liked what we had and enjoy myself with her, but if she thought she'd be happier with him, that sucks, but whatever. I wouldn't ever want to be the one that stands in the way of her happiness.
But take that with a grain of salt because according to her i'm like a 1.5 on the scale ( I hang around a lot of gay people and I have made out with guys because IDGAF. In my own head I'm completely straight because i've always found making out with em boring as fuck, and the idea of sex with another guy, while it doesn't repulse me, is pretty off-putting.)
have had, would be more careful about doing again. i would rather have two bi girls in the relationship so they get their man fix from me, and their woman fix from one another. fidelity would be expected, for health and sanitation purposes
For me I just don't advertise it anymore. People make more of a deal about it than I do. I'd rather just fuck you and love you and live life. If we're together for years then so be it. If we're not then whatever. If it breaks off because you're worried I might be attracted to the other sex, well, it's the same insecurity that causes men with small dicks or ugly women to think their more beautiful partner might cheat on them. That's not specific to Bi people and it isn't even on us; it's on other peoples own bullshit insecurity.