Why are girls turned off by bisexual guys? Please answer
- Turn off: Wanting to be fucked in the ass reduces masculinity21% (4)33% (5)26% (9)Vote
- Turn off: Worried that they like guys more than girls11% (2)7% (1)9% (3)Vote
- Turn off (other)16% (3)0% (0)9% (3)Vote
- Doesn't matter to me if he's interested in both sexes42% (8)0% (0)24% (8)Vote
- See answers10% (2)60% (9)32% (11)Vote
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If you yourself are bisexual, I have this advice for you: If girls are THAT concerned with your sexuality, they aren't worth attracting in the first place. You are not here to please women.
I go through this as an agnostic dating people who identify as Christian. Most don't actually care all that much. When they do care, they'll be a waste of my time, so I don't bother.
I also dabbed into bisexuality myself. I can safely say I am not Bi, though I certainly find many men attractive, and am less concerned with being "studly" all the time.
What got to me, though, was how there are so many bisexual women and that's generally fairly fine. But when a guy has the *gall* to be bisexual, suddenly women are saying things like "I can't stand picturing him with another man" and "now he might leave me for a man" <-- The exact same thing they called "bigoted sexual jealousy" when referring to bisexual women.
But also note that most girls aren't terribly concerned about it. Heck, some girls I used to hang out with would try to set me up with girls, but also talk about how me and some guy would make a great couple. They ENCOURAGED me to explore that side of myself.
So if a girl is really that concerned about you being bisexual, she's probably the type of girl who rejects a guy for being "some geeky programmer" when she doesn't have a job. She's probably the type of girl who will call you cheap for not buying her meals, when she's obviously more cheap for not paying for her own.
In other words, dodge that bullet, bro. There are far too many level-headed girls out there for us waste our time putting Daddy's Princess on a pedestal.1