Absolutely, what a wonderful partner she would be to any relationship. Being bisexual allows the individual the freedom to be confident about their sexuality and welcome either sex without guilt. I have dated two different girls both admitting to me after we began having sex that they were bisexual and really worried about how I felt about it as neither was willing to give up their female lover. They both admitted that they have strong feelings for male company and the need to have sex with men but also had strong feelings for their female lover and the need to have sex with them.
I had no problem with sharing them with a woman and enjoyed meeting their lover and having open conversations with them about being bisexual. One girl did end up joining us for a wonderful, sensuous, evening together. What a beautiful sight it was watching them making love... a lovely, natural union of two sexually confident girls.
The other bisexual did not want to share her lover with the two of us and that was fine. So, to answer your question, yes and I envy the guys they do date and the girls too.
I know my answer would not be the most popular, But I do come here with the intent to be honest. My answer would be no. Why is this? Let's say hypothetically that I was in a long term relationship with a bi female. Now supposing she got the urge to be with a female. I would not be able to satisfy that. This is when infidelity would likely come into play. So this is why I say no.
Now before someone calls me a homophobe, There is nothing homophobic about wanting to date someone who reflects your own values. WTF is this? Bash people who wish to maintain a straight lifestyle? That's so tolerant of you. (Just a response to some of the other comments posted here).
Why would I give a fuck? I could give two!!! WHOOP WHOOP WHOOP
And here I thought almost all girls were leaning that way to some extent. Wouldn't matter, I'd obviously prepare a couple of good arguments as to why we won't have a threesome with an extra girl though!
This guy that I liked, who liked me as well was pressured by his cousin into admitting that he was bisexual in front of me. I felt bad because she made him do that, but I still really liked him. I mean, it could affect you if you have any insecurities because its just a sense of having more "competition". But I didn't mind his sexual preferences at all.
My boyfriend and I are both bisexual. We've been with one another for 2 years already. No, we never had the urge to cheat with others. We both have an amazing sex life and he's very traditional old-fashioned. There were a few instances I've seen him check out men and when he's seen me check out women. So as long as there's respect, we both have no issues whatsoever. He gets me and one day he'll be my husband.
Depends on what kind of bi. If he was the kind where he's like half straight half fag then no. But if he was mostly straight then yeah. Any guy thats into butt stuff tho is an absolute no.
It depends. If it's a guy that's already been with several other guys then I wouldn't feel comfortable because he runs a higher risk of HIV. Also, I don't know how I'd feel being dumped by a guy for another guy. It's like double the competition lol
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