Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Plattyrex, Apr 12, 2016.
Of course. Why not?
Interesting, when did that happen?
I did remember two seperate cases of a bisexual man and a bisexual woman who were in a relationship with girl and they both said something along the line of "I'm hungry for a cock sometimes!"
Well, if he is willing to date a trans girl....
There's no reason for me why I shouldn't, except I don't like him.
I mainly hear people of the opposite sex having problems with it. To be even more specific, between straight girls and bisexual guys.
Personally, it's a non issue for me.
Of course I would, I'm bi/pan myself.
Sure if he is monogamous
Yeh I remember, but I find it easy to ignore those kinds of comments around here since, in my experience, they aren't representative of the majority. AFK I have yet to meet a man or woman who rejected me based on my bisexuality.
I want to date a bisexual boy but whether the feeling is mutual i dont know but i can hope. They're normal guys just with that stereotype of good fashion sense.
You have quite a sexy brain, why would people turn you down because of your sexuality?
I'm under the effect of diazepam so I'm extra blunt.
Yeah I don't see the point in not dating them. Either way they are still are person.
If anything, I'd be more likely to date a bi person.
There's less chance they'd reject me for the parts I have, so I'd be less scared of making a move.
If a random bisexual ever told me to check my monosexual privilege without sarcasm, I would say goodbye to him real quick.
If they person would really love you and you trust that person, i dont think they would cheat. What I myself would be scared of, is that the guy may randomly be into girls more, and not fell as attracte to you anymore. I also prefer more manly men so dating a bisexual guy would be a plus for me.
My my, someone knows how to party :lol:
This rings true.
I think that if a person is willing to let your sexual orientation determine how much they value you as a partner, they're an unhealthy person to have in your life.
You're definitely right about people thinking bisexuality means promiscuity or greediness. A generalization like that is stigma. And if someone you're interested in can't recognize that, they don't deserve a second of your time. You should never feel that your identity drives a wedge between you and your partner, because your identity is 100% valid. There is nothing gross about being bisexual, and anyone who thinks otherwise doesn't have their head screwed on right!
I dont judge a relationship at all based on someones "sexuality." Just because a person is bisexual does not mean they are more or less prone to cheating then someone who is "straight" or "gay." Its best to be in a relationship with someone that is knows your sexuality and trusts you as you are.
No way...I need to be the bisexual in my relationships!
*snerk* Oh, ok, yes, of course I would.