I generally don't tell straight people that I'm bi when I'm dating them, and I have the same rule with LGT people also. Is that dishonest? I just don't want to deal with
>hur dur you'll cheat on me
>A-are you sure you're not confused
>You leave me for a [insert gender]
You're knowingly hiding a part of your personality from the people you date because you think they'd reject you if they knew. Yes, it's dishonest. Even if you think them rejecting you is unjustified, it is incredibly dishonest. The dishonesty is not a question.
have you never gone over previous relationships when you are with a new partner? if not i suspect you dont actually have this problem.
you just say i dated such and such before yup....
>>hur dur you'll cheat on me
>>You leave me for a [insert gender]
regardless of if you like it or not, with some bi people this is a possibility. so yes it will concern some people, but not disclosing the fact you are bi IS being dishonest because you are hiding a truth about yourself that may affect someones feelings for you. Should it? no but fact is it does matter to some people so you should be upfront about it and leave the choice to them. If they leave, it may hurt but then they are not the right person because they wont accept you. If they do stay, you are not hiding something that could ruin the relationship if they find out later.
>st8 and gay people don't trust bisexuals because they believe bisexuals are lying scum
>bisexuals reinforce the stereotype by lying even more
You know I would almost feel bad for your lack of courage and ethic IF it weren't for the fact that I'm one of the many gay guys that got their hart broken by a bisexual, so fuck you.
Can you really not lie about being bi, people who think shit like "you'll just leave me for other sex!" are retarded kids and therefore there's no need to deal with them. So really no reason for you to lie, telling the truth in this situation actually helps you weed out the idiots.
I just can't stand people who lie in relationships. It just spins out of control so tirelessly. If you're bi, be upfront. You have nothing to lose except for dummies who can't grasp the concept of bisexuality and you probably don't want anything to do with outside of some sex.
If you're just using a straight/gay person for a quick fuck than I feel like you're justified in lying about being bi
Dating however you should probably disclose instead of getting your heart broken by some straight person/faggot you got too invested into who won't accept you for who you actually are when you eventually do say you're bi
It's dishonest, but probably for the best. At least you're self-aware and normal. Nobody ever assumes I'm Bi since I am very masculine looking and acting. The one person I told was the first guy I ever dated, he broke it off with me due to it. Bad first experience, but now I just keep it to myself.