Actual bisexuality is usually not a problem. There is a chance that a self identified bisexual (man or woman) is really homosexual but has not come to terms with that fact yet. Given the relative proportion of bisexuals to homosexuals, chances are more than fair of encountering a confused homosexual versus an actual bisexual.
That is one risk.
A second risk lays in the fact that there are twice as many people available for you to cheat with. Your actual relationship history is what matters here. If you are consistently loyal within a relationship, you are ok.
It is something I'd want to know, but it wouldn't bother me. I'll still be straight, but hey-- if they are into dudes and they are a girl, I see no problem. However, yes, I'd rather figure it out now at the start than make it feel like a tightly kept secret.
Honestly, i would be careful with that one, because it may cause the guy to to think that you just said to him that you are up for a threesome (some guys are that simple minded). It shouldn't really matter to him either way, he should be happy that you are with him, and that's that.
I'd like to know, but I don't care if she is bisexual or not. The reason I'd like to know is because it's something important about her, therefore as her boyfriend I'd like to know everything that makes her who she is. It doesn't affect if I want to date her or not.
unfortunately there are men who will not date you because bisexuals have the reputation of being promiscuous and likely to cheat, Men also feel scared that their bi girlfriend will leave them for another woman which is not only hurtful but also emasculating. I for one don't give a damn. i like a girl for who she is and the reputation is unfair. I've dated bisexuals and heck I've even dated women that are lesbian leaning (i was their only guy). If she's straight, bi, heck even a lesbian that is attracted to me for some reason, I don't care, if this girl likes me for who i am and is just cool who the fuck cares. There was a time I felt emasculated by it because i have some features that are not so manly like; long eyelashes, higher pitched voice then most men, small wrists, petite frame, moles aka beauty marks on my face, but I've learned to love who i am and the woman I attract is the woman I attract no matter what she is.
Its kinda a dealbreaker for me.. its not like I have something against them, Im pretty open minded and cool with it. But in a relationship it will be a problem for me since I get more competitors, there isn't only a chance to get cheated on from 1 gender, she feels attracted to both, so the chance that there is someone else she likes is higher. Its the double amount actually! 2 genders! Thats too much stress for me.
It wouldn't bother me, but I think she should tell me if we're getting at all serious. I mean virtually no one is "perfectly bisexual" everyone tends to lean a little one way of the other. Even most straight people lean a little. It would make a difference to know that she was mostly lesbian, but was going out with me till she met a girl she liked better, or that she was mostly straight and would be happy with me, but might find girls attractive from time to time.
You are 13. I would not believe whatever you told me. It could be a fad, it could be more serious, who knows, who cares. Let's talk again when you are old enough for people to take you serious anyway. I don't mean to sound rude, but that's just how I feel about people your age.
It is up to the girl to decide if she want to tell the guy she is dating that she is bisexual. To be honest, most of us guys won't care. In fact to be perfectly honest, some guys will find it a turn on.
I'm bi curious lol and well I always ask the guy I'm with, would they consider me kissing a girl or doing something with them cheating? & some responded they would and some said they wouldn't mind , and there was those who said they wouldn't care as long as the can do something with them too lol but I'm stingy so I wouldn't want my boyfriend touching what's mine lol