So I came out to my girlfriend as bi-sexual the other day or at least being to some degree bi-curious. She has said she wants me to see if I am bi-sexual or not by finding a male for me and whatnot. The whole idea feels weird for me because I'm a monogamous person and I don't want to hurt my girlfriend. What should I do? I'm so conflicted.
Had the exact same situation happen to me actually. It's how I learned I preferred dudes. My GF at the time was bi as well so that made it a little easier.
If you've never done anything with a dude, find someone you trust and do it with them. It's better to know now than have it bite your ass later when you're married or something.
My girlfriend is straight and she said she would find a dude for me. Also at same time not wanting to share so she is conflicted too. I haven't ever done anything with a man and I'd like to but I don't want to throw away a perfectly great relationship for something like it. Its why I'm posting lol...
If I were you I would decline the offer. She probably wants the best for you and if you think you don't really want to have sex with a man while you're in a steady relationship with a woman, then don't.
You're the one in control of your sexuality. If you feel uncomfortable with her fishing for guys to fuck you just tell her no, that you don't need to prove anything to her just to satisfy her curiosity (or gay porn fetish).
The majority of gays do not date bisexuals.
I think straights mainly date them out of ignorance, they're not as familiar with lgbt stuff so they have no idea of the horrors they're getting into.
I assume you didn't actually read the OP's comment then, did you, Limp-Wrist McGee?
>"I'm a monogamous person and I don't want to hurt my girlfriend."
Are you a lesbian coming out as bisexual, and your girlfriend is also bisexual?
Or are you a straight dude who is actually transgender and wants to be a woman because you like women.