Would you date a bi-sexual? If you had been starting to become partners with somebody- but they told you they were bi-sexual would you back out? And also- what is your sexual orientation? Thank you.
i ask this because I am afraid that finding somebody will be way too hard if it is known that I am bi-sexual. If I find an amazing man or woman and I tell them i am bi-sexual (moreso for the guy) that they will get very uncomfortable and change everything. It's scary. I feel like nobody would believe me. If I'm with a girl I'm automatically a lesbian. But it's nothing out of the blue to just be with a guy. I'm very sorry for rambling on but I'min a time in my life where I am thinking about my sexuality often. I think it's easier to not say anything until I have to.
Hey I don't think it is a turnoff at all that a girl is bisexual! I mean in the end as long as she loved me and I felt the same way about her than that is what matters! I am a heterosexual male and I don't see it a problem for a girl to try to find her identity first and then if she wants to be with me for the long term afterwards than that is something I will not judge and just allow happen
i once dated a bisexual guy who had only been with men before we were a thing. but, the way i see it, i was his preference while we were together.
these days, i have quite a few female friends who identify as bi, many of whom are happily married or in long-term relationships. as you get older, you'll meet more people, and you'll eventually find someone who loves and accepts you as you are.
(i am pansexual, though i prefer men and consider myself fundamentally straight.)
I Wouldn't mind him being attracted to other men, as he can't necessarily help that, but I wouldn't want to if he'd be willing to act on it. And I don't just mean while he's with me, I need someone who has the same religious values as me. So theoretically you could have a bi person who although attracted to the same sex won't act on it due to their principles, I'd be ok with that.