I'm straight and I have in the past fancied a couple guys who were bi and went out with one of them.
I have nothing against bisexuals but I will admit I was a bit uncomfortable at times when I dated one since in ways he acted more feminine than me - He'd shave his legs, wear girls leggings and one time at a park someone he knew he called out to him if he wanted to have any "Bum fun".
It cringed, it made me so uncomfortable.
Even my Mum thought my ex had a girly smile.
No offence but as a straight girl, when I'm in a relationship I prefer to be dating a guy, not a girl. I'm the girl.
As I say, nothing against bi people but I do feel very uncomfortable dating someone if they act too feminine. I want a man, not a woman.
Luckily my current boyfriend is straight and acts more like the guy in a relationship, which is what I want. Some straight girls are cool with dating guys more feminine than them and that's all good and well but I am just not one of those girls.
No. I went to an art school so it was pretty diverse, probably more so than "normal" schools... I'm cool with people being bisexual but what I saw was a lot of drama in relationships with bi people, mainly pertaining to monogamy and emotional fickleness. That's why I wouldn't date a bisexual.
I married one, though her bisexual experiences are limited to sleeping with women during university and french kissing random girls when drunk.
About the only thing that annoys me is that I can't seem to join in when my wife french kisses a pretty girl in a bar when she's drunk. And she'll also probably get pretty annoyed with me if I french kissed a random girl when I was drunk. :-D
Certainly would on the condition she wants to settle with a guy not a girl. Apart from that i am totally fine with her being attracted to girls or fantasizing about them while she is with me. I'd trust her not to cheat on me, and i trust our relationship to be stronger then any girl that comes across.
"Doubles the chances to cheat." This is statistically wrong: only about 4% of all people are homosexual or bisexual. That means that if you're bisexual, you only have 4.17% more potential partners than a straight individual, because straight individuals of the same sex won't be interested in you.
More importantly, statistics show that bisexuals have similar cheating rates, if not lower, than heterosexual individuals.
I'd rather not. I don't label all bisexuals as cheaters, but you cannot deny that dating a bisexual is more risky than dating a heterosexual (from an objective viewpoint). There is no point in taking that risk, when there are millions of other girls I could choose from.
I Lived with a Guy... But I never knew he was a Bit Bi. His First encounter was with an older guy, and when he told me he was "Seeing him" on the side one night. However, I didn't get Mad, I was just Glad, he wasn't 'Seeing' another woman, so it didn't bother me, it sort Of.. Intrigued me. Good luck and Great question @Gingerbread77xx