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Of course not, I don't want to get any venereal diseases from him by a simple touch.1
I dated a bi guy and he was just like any other guy. I don't see how it would make a difference if he was straight, bi, or pan.
To be completely honest, I wouldn't unless I knew for sure we had an amazing connection and he was only attracted to me. Every bi-sexual guy I have known was not sure of his orientation and always switched around. I'm in full support of bi-sexuals, pans, trans, gay, lesbian etc. I just don't think I could unless I just knew it was perfect.
If I'm really into him and we have a conection then yes who am I to judge... But at the same time then I have more competition.
I'm bisexual myself refusing to date a bisexual man is kind of hypocritical. Plus if there dating they should b loyal so what's the difference between bi and straight if you only sleep with your partner
I would, I don't see how his sexuality would make a difference when he loves me and only me. I don't think bi people are as prone to 'switching' as much as people think they are.
I am bisexual myself so I understand it and obviously have no problem with it.
Of course I would they are most likely to be more fun and open minded than most straight guys anyways :)
I think the thought of a man with another man is disgusting, not to mention the risk of HIV and syphilis.
I'm not bi but I have dated a bisexual guy. It was the same guy twice, but it wasn't all that bad.
No. I would be bother by it.
Sure, I really don't mind.
No, I wouldn't.
I don't care.
I'm bi. I don't want people not to date me because I am so why would I not?
Yeah sure, I don't see what the problem would be
I would as long as I was his only one while we were together. There's no happy relationship with constant doubt...
As long as he's attracted to me, I don't care what he identifies as.
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