Bisexuals feel an attraction for both men and women, and although they are in the LGBT community i noticed that they get hate from others within it, i myself am straight but honestly i wouldn't want to date a bisexual and i know many of you are like "this asshole" but let me explain, i feel that bisexuals are more likely to cheat in relationships, and i would feel uncomfortable if i was cheated on with a man, same way a gay person would loath being cheated on with a women, its just looks stressful i have to watch out for guys and girls in my relationship, i feel as thought its just baseless hate but i really don't know, what do you guys think.
1mo I noticed that i completely exempted bisexuals themselves from voting but please if you are bisexual leave a comment, tell me have you ever cheated on one gender with the other before, do you get hate sometimes from others in the LGBT community, please leave your experiences, i feel i won't date you mostly due to ignorance, leave your comments, thanks.
I mean you might have two different types of men that you like, but does that make you more likely to cheat? It's the same with bisexuality. The like both genders, and the only reason the would be more likely to cheat is if that person is an asshole without commitment, but that same thing applies to others sexualities as well. If you take stereotypes and irregular logic out of the picture, then you can see that there's pretty much no difference between the likelyhood for a bisexual person cheating and a straight person.
I'm straight. I'd be open to dating a bisexual female. My reasoning is that, to be in a relationship in general, it requires a degree of trust. I would have to trust that my partner would not cheat on me with someone until proven otherwise... Which probably would mean the end of the relationship.
I figure the trust part is the same no matter whether my partner is straight or bisexual. I can't shepherd them like a parent all the time. Naturally, I don't want to be cheated on, but whether I'm cheated on for a girl/another guy doesn't particularly make a difference to me. Cheating is cheating in the end.
If they are romantically attracted to me and I to them, I don't see a problem with being in a relationship with them.
Most of my gf's have been bi. I really wouldn't care if they cheated on me with a woman, anyway. I'd just be like, "Was it fun?" Shit, if that would make her happy, why not? It would probably translate to a healthier relationship.
It's like denying yourself any sugar. Eventually, you're going to cave and drown in a bathtub of Cookies and Cream. Or, you could a lot yourself a specific amount of sugar per day. That's how I see it.
I see where you are going with this, while someone might think "I didn't cheat on you with another girl so what's the big deal?" Same as if my girlfriend likes making out girls she might not think its a big deal. However if you are with someone and you know they could take it either way you have to let them know you don't think its ok to cheat on you with any person and just because they are bisexual doesn't mean they are more likely to cheat on you than someone that's straight.
I know that you probably didn't intend to, but you made a pretty crass generalization that bi-sexual people all share some immorality and just by vice of their sexuality are more likely to be infidels. My personal opinion is that regardless of someone's sexual orientation, cheating is a matter of personal morality. If I was a bi-sexual person reading this question I would feel pretty hurt and misunderstood.
Nah I wouldn't like it to be honest and I never experienced it. Because its weird and bisexuals are more likely to cheat on you. So no I don't want that, but If I loved her a lot and believe her then maybe.
I'm not technically straight, i'm asexual but hetero-romantic, but no i wouldn't date a bisexual person. It just wouldn't appeal to me. It's like supporting two football teams, just seems a bit strange somehow.
no I'm straight and I would not date a bisexual guy
I've dated a bisexual guy. He never came out to anyone except me (at least that's what he told me). He said that he had experimented with men in college but hadn't been with any men in recent years. But being from a small town he didn't tell anyone for fear that it would get out.
Unfortunately the relationship didn't work out. He had wandering eyes and didn't treat me right. Now he wasn't getting with men, I'm pretty sure he was seeing other women. As a friend of mine stumbled upon his dating profile while we were together. So ya, but it had nothing to do with him being bisexual.
It was everything to do with him not being not being a person with integrity and being unable to communicate. I knew something was going on for a while. And I had asked him, but he never really talked to me about it. He never once mentioned he wasn't enjoying the relationship. Actually when I did ask him straight up if he wasn't happy in the relationship, he told me that he was happy with me.
I feel his reasons for cheating were much deeper than being bisexual. He has some interpersonal issues he needs to work on. I sensed that the whole time we were together but was unsure as to how to help him. He wouldn't tell me what was going on.
People who are bisexual are not always equally attracted to each gender. Some may want relationships with one, but sleep with another casually. Or they prefer one gender over another but enjoy the company of both. Each person is unique, and they are not more likely to cheat. Straight people cheat just as often.
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