Yes or no? Give me a reason why, but please don't no because you assume she will cheat. When I was with my ex, I told him right from the start that I was bisexual and he was ok with it, but after a certain time we got into a fight over it because he made that hurtful assumption. And ironically, it was him who cheated. A new girl started at our workplace, and I didn't trust her for some reason. Little did I know it was my gut telling me something wasn't quite right. I told him I didn't like her and trust her, and we both laughed it off. He told me he wasn't attracted to her and that she was manly looking. Well, he ended up sleeping with her. So that goes to show you!
No I wouldn't. That is an instant deal breaker. I don't know why you want me to give you a reason, then tell me not to give you the reason. I don't even think guys and girls should be friends, as this is typically cover for one of them trying to get into the pants of the other. Friends at work is fine, but friends where they basically go out on a date, hell no. At least with a straight girl, I don't have to worry when she hangs out with her female friends. Nor do I want to forbid her from having any friends, so that isn't an option for me.
Yes I would. I don't feel she is any more likely to cheat than a straight woman, so that fear seems utterly unfounded and silly to me. At the same time, I feel I would be able to relate to her better in some ways, because a core part of her being, her sexual identity, can relate to mine. We both like girls. Femininity is something that appeals to us both. I picture the typical scenario of a guy looking at his waitresses butt as she walks away, only to turn back to the stone-cold death stare of his girlfriend. Now I picture if she were bi, and us both turning back to each other at the same time, and sharing a laugh that we both took a look. Neither of us is threatened by the fact that the other looks, and we both enjoy that we can share with each other our moments of perving on the world in general, and there is nothing in that that effects our relationship, because we both know that a look is just a look, and we're going home with each other.
No, I wouldn't ever knowingly date a bisexual girl. As a previous bisexual girl posted on GAG recently, when she was in a relationship with a guy her "yearning" (that was the word she used) for another girl never went away. It's obviously true that a guy involved romantically with a straight girl can get cheated on as well. But why compound the risk and go asking for trouble by knowingly getting involved with someone who is swinging back-and-forth between what their sexual attraction is.
i would but jus for the simple fact if i had to choose a less painful way t break upit woul be her leaving me for a girl. not to be funny but it would be to me. lol i mean it isne everyday you find a girl who will break up with youfor a girl you would only see in your dreams lol. so yeah i would find it funny and not as hurtful if it did happen.
but you dont find many women my age that are like that but if they were i would date them. and the guy being young but old enough to know better you should have seen that coming a mile away. and sorry it happened to you. but there are more things to do than worry or be hurt over a guy who thinks like he does.
Yes. . . especially if I was invited to watch or join in, from time to time. I had that sort of relationship once. She had a special relationship with some of the other girls in a softball team which she was a member. Some of those girls liked an audience.
I would and I have, I did however suspect her of cheating after she slept over at her "lesbian" friends house. We had shared all our sexual history and she had a new story of making out and rubbing each others clit and sucking on each others breasts. I took that as an admission of guilt
Sure. I have no problem with it. Most bis I knew were like College Bi's. They dated girls in college then went back to men after graduation. Unless you are a lesbian, nothing beats a hard and honest dick. LOL. So I hear.
Your ex is a punk. A real man convinces a bisexual girl to come back to the right side of the force. LOL.
the fact of the matter is, there is a greater opportunity for bi people to cheat, because they are open to be attracted to a whole extra gender. Doesn't mean they absolutely will cheat... but i get why a lot of guys may have some reservations about it. For me personally, i don't mind.
i think the only time people dont like bisexuals is when they are always bragging about it and talking about it. like in high school every girl was Bisexual but never have i met a bisexual dating a girl till i was in collage.
Now i am stating right now Not All people do this and it is not the main reason to not like bisexuals. but For me It was a common thing to see people pretend to be.
I'm biromantic so maybe. I could see it happening. I don't know if it would become anything because I'm mainly attracted to men but I would give it the old college try.
I don't date females. I would date a bisexual guy tho
If I was attracted to women of course I would date a bisexual woman. I would admire her too. I mean- of all the people she chose me! I really don't think that bisexuals are cheaters, I find it dumb. Are all straight people none-cheaters? No. So anyway, I would definitely date a bisexual woman :)