I don't see any difference between dating a straight person or a bi person. If it is a fear of cheating, is not the gender of the third party irrelevant. Will she go full lesbian, same issue as will a straight girl go off me. On the plus side if she is comfortable enough to accept her bi-sexuality chances are she has good self confidence and be open minded, qualities I admire a lot in women. Also if she has dated women she may be able to give relationship a fresh novel approach.
I'm insane most of the time and envious of most girls. Don't throw boys into the mix too!
But also, because I'm not bisexual myself I feel I wouldn't fully understand and it would cause an issue. Same with open relationships. For me, it's just not a mentality I can fully understand (note the word fully) so I don't think I could do the relationship justice
Yeah, why not? As long as he'd be satisfied with me only and wouldn't go looking for some wieners. But cheating is never acceptable no matter the sexuality so yeah... YES, I would, I'm open to dating a bisexual man.
Probably not... I don't have anything against bisexuals or lgbt but I already have enough competition with just other females so if I were to date a bisexual that would be 2x the competition because he's also attracted to males.
It doesn't matter what the person's sexuality was, it only matters if you love them for themselves, and if you don't, then you're just an heartless bastard that should go die in a hole God's sake. I think it's heartless when people say they wouldn't, I think it matters on personality, even though I'm straight, it still doesn't matter on what their sexuality is, or what they like or dislike! It just matters if you love them or not!
Yes, I've dated 2 before. We broke up for reasons completely other than them cheating on me with a dude. I can't believe so many people are against it. I mean, I am the most insecure person ever, but I wouldn't be insecure about dating a bi guy. I'm not going to pass up a could be great guy just because I think he might cheat on me at the same rate a straight guy would.
Also, with the argument about not being a able to compete with another man. Well, I would rather he have left me for a guy than for a girl. This way I know there was nothing I could have done looks wise. Call me superficial, but at least it's not because I'm an ugly girl. It's just cause I'm not an attractive man, lol, and I'm okay with that.
I don't think so.. That's basically taking a risk coz if he is bi, he could get to know a guy and then he might like him.. So I won't only have to get worried if he will like another girl.. I will have to get worried of him like a guy ! ... So that would make a big problem ( that's my PERSONAL opinion) no offense 😊
How insecure can people get? There's just as large a risk if you were in a straight/gay relationship that they would find someone else, but now that they're bi it makes a huge difference >-> I seriously don't understand how close minded people still are about bisexuals gah
Considering I'm bisexual and it would be hypocritical for me not to date one so yes. There's this stereotype that bisexual people aren't good with commitment or won't be satisfied with just one person or gender. Which is true for some, but also true for straight people and gay people and all people.
I had a crush on a bisexual guy once but nothing happened there. About a year later I did actually briefly date a bisexual guy. I didn't actually mind too much upon hearing about his sexuality at first... Well, until a few things put me off. He had a crazy ex boyfriend who would send me threatening messages and the guy I was dating would sometimes act a little too girly for my liking. For example: He would shave his legs and wear leggings, rest his head on my shoulder or chest like a woman would with a man and would also wear his ex girlfriends shoes with little hearts in them. Now I have nothing against bisexuals but in a relationship, as a heterosexual girl, I like to feel like the girl and I like to feel like I'm dating a guy. I think that's fair to say, but when I was with that guy he made me feel like I was the guy, I wanted to feel feminine but instead felt masculine. And I wanted to be dating a guy, not a girl, yet he acted (in ways) more girly than me, which I found to be rather off putting. Not to mention, when he started getting close with another girl this made me panic in case he liked her but then I remembered (Since he's bisexual) that I would have to worry about him being too close with other guys too which would mean that he couldn't have any friends and that would have been ridiculous so I tried to shrug it off. However, my theory about him not being faithful turned out to be correct as he was actually cheating on me with this girl.
Would I date a bisexual again? Given how uncomfortable he made me feel... I'm not saying never again but probably not.
why would one not date a bisexual? why would someones sexual orientation directly be contradictory to if one chooses to date them or not? As for me i'm strait and have gone out with plenty of bisexual women in my time and never judged them. I have male friends that are bisexual and date women and men I've never seen them as confused or disgusting. Are they not simply people on the walk of life finding themselves and finding someone weather that someone be man or woman to be happy with. Its sad to think that so many would judge and degrade the simple act of finding happiness with someone else in any form, yet sadly for this question so many have degraded the hunt for happiness in the form of bisexuality. Choosing label and degradation rather than understanding and acceptance to what they can not understand. Its sorrowfully sad to see so many eyes clouded by judgment and hate even some i'm sure in the gay and or lesbian community's preaching that bisexuality is a kind of confusion when those same statements where given to them not so long ago in history. Have we as a people not changed do we still judge so blindly rather than to understand. What a shame that we have not evolved past old prejudices yet simply given that hate a new face to act against with no understanding and blind judgment towards it. I can only pray that i die away from such malice and keep my family free of such blind judgment and instead teach my children acceptance and understanding for all walks of life and that all things that live walk different paths in the journey of life. That although those paths walked may seem different that they must grow to understand them and learn that the root of all judgment is fear and that all degradation in said judgment leads to malice, pain, and in the end death that is torn to early in this world. How sad and far we fall as a people.
Would I date a bisexual? Yeah, duh, that's not going to come up. If I can't trust my lover with ANY gender my relationship already failed a long time ago. Doesn't matter if it's only one or all 3*, a relationship without trust is not a good relationship.
Now, when it comes to bigotry and "oh god bisexuals are disgusting!" I'm just gonna have to call you a loser. You're wrong and I frankly don't care if it's because you're a homophobe or one of those ironic biphobic homosexuals, you're wrong. Sit there in your wrongness and be wrong. I don't care that you have this delusion that bisexuals have it easier because "they can sleep with anybody", the truth is they're getting if from both sides and this very poll should show just how many dating opportunities a bisexual person loses just by being bi.
As for the threesomes, foursomes, and moresomes question. It's a fun childish fantasy, but not something I'm ever going to base my romantic calculus on. Expecting your "bisexual girlfriend to get me a threesome" is like expecting your American-born Korean girlfriend to speak Japanese, Chinese, and be a submissive little blowjob-factory. It's really bigoted and really stupid.
*Yes, I am doing that on purpose, it's also wrong, but not for the reason you think. Your confusion feeds me!
Already did. She tried to keep it in the closet, but a friend of hers exposed her. And it's not the only lie she told me either. Today, she wonders why I avoid her. But when you make sexually suggestive moves toward dogs, don't be surprised if I run away.
I could probably look past it if i loved the girl enough, and trusted her enough. But i would be more hesitant to date a bisexual than i would be to date a heterosexual. I'm not by any means saying that bisexuals are cheaters, or that they are more likely to cheat, I'm just saying that they have more options to cheat on me with. Instead of only having to compete with my own gender, I'd have go compete with opposite gender as well. If i had a bisexual girlfriend, I'd not only have to worry about her guy friends--I'd have to worry about her girl friends too. It'd be a lot of added stress that I'd rather avoid if possible--but again, i MIGHT be able to overlook it if i liked her enough.
You kidding? I would only date bisexuals if I had the choice. Not only does the chance of getting a threesome increase exponentially, um, it's just hot. I think most of the chicks I've dated have been bisexual. But, you know, I wouldn't want her to lean TOO far on the loving women part. There's a nice balance with anything, same thing with sexuality. Too much is too much and too little is too little.
I find it funny how people think bisexuals are cheaters, not loyal, or all have commitment issues and that's why they're bi. I think only ignorant idiots think that. I would date a bi girl, I don't care. So long as she's loyal to me, I'm fine.
I think everyone is missing the point here , he is not just talking about dating but a long term realtionship and marriage which i think many who said yes here will say no to that , guys obviously want a threesome which could occur few times then they will dumb her for a straight girl, girls on the other hand who would do it , I don't know what is their reason but it doesn't sound good.
as for me no , there is no way i would date a girl that is not straight because :
1- other male competition is enough why would i want to compete with girls too? 2- it just doesn't feel right it will be weird to me being with a woman who also wants to sleep with other women , it just doesn't sound right or something that could last. 3- i would do casual sex with no problems i have no problem with that , but thats where it ends for me. 4- most of these girls who go around screaming " iam bi or gay " or whatever girl say usually seek attention , i know their kind and iam not interested in such girls , they are not loyal , no matter how hot she is , loyality is one of the most important things in a realtionship and these girls can't provide it most of the time. 5- those who say " iam married to one " or " i know one that is great " are either cluless and dont know her true self , or he himself has some issues so he chose to overlook his partners issues if she's pretty enough. ( it will amaze you how many times i get things right , so this is based on... well my knowledge )
If the chemistry between us was right then I wouldn't say no. Doesn't and shouldn't matter what the other thinks or feels towards others. This at first would be easily judged out of the question, but I can't give this person no chances.
FYI In a relationship where I feel comfortable would be one that has only TWO people
I dunno. Perhaps. Perhaps not. I'm probably leaning to not. Well if a woman approaches me and asks me on a date and later I find out that she's bi, I wouldn't be against it. But I'd probably wouldn't pursue a bi woman myself.
If she will be faithful&loyal to me so why not? If she would be satisfied with me only.. so yeah i can date a bi girl
yes but it depends on the person of course. My age 15 year old ex girlfriend is a bisexual. It was only until half way through the relationship she told me that she was bisexual. I don't have anything against the person for being bisexual, as long as they're committed in the relationship. I was shocked at first and lost for words, but after a couple days, I was fine with it. It didn't matter that much to me because I know she knew what she wanted and I understood her. Her being bisexual wasn't the reason for the breakup by the way.