YAAAAAS.You GET them ignorant homophobesI wanna send you like a digital hot coco or something.YOUGETTHEM
Thanks for the MHO :)
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I was in a 13 year relationship and never cheated. Care to offer some citations for the studies that show we Bisexuals are more prone to cheating?
@CharlieBadger I never said prone to cheating. Where did I once say that? And just because you use yourself for anecdotal evidence means nothing. I can give my anecdotal evidence and experience with it to. Does that make it resoundingly true?
" I don't like the idea of someone in dating having a higher likelihood of cheating on me. "That is what you said. prone 1. likely to or liable to suffer from, do, or experience something, typically something regrettable or unwelcome.You used the words higher and likelihood. I used the words more and prone. Same meanings.And as for anecdotal, you claimed there were studies without providing an actual citation. My personal, yet anecdotal account is every bit as valid as your opinion that bisexuals can't or won't be faithful in a relationship.
@CharlieBadger I'm still not comfortable with it. That's my right. Why can't you people get over it? And the reason I didn't cite anything is because there is conflicting information and it's hard to find the studies because the media always puts out raving campaigns in support of them rather than being truthful. Now again, that doesn't mean a bisexual person will cheat, but they are more "prone" as they have more to choose from and are more open to open relationships than straight people.Again, nothing against bisexuals. But I don't want to date someone who is just as likely to cheat on me with a woman than a man. Straight women cheat enough as it is. I don't want the option of another gender added to the mix.
And you don't have to be comfortable with it. That's up to you and no one can force you into being comfortable with it. But more to chose from does not equate to more likely to cheat. You may be accurate on being more open to poly/open relationships. But that is probably more common among males than females because it is more common in gay couples than in straight or lesbian couples.
@CharlieBadger but in lesbian couples there is more abuse. Which is interesting. Because I wouldn't have expected that.
Somethingwitty - she can have sex with both , tell any one she wants and you will never know
If i had plans to be serious with her I personally wouldn't want her to. Just my preference.
I gave the thumbs up for you being bi hahaha thats awesome
It wouldn’t bother me is what I meant
Hi love bi girls more pussy to hit
Yes that is true
You ever sucked cock with a guy?
You can be bi and a virgin. And you can get stds from straight men
Do you think straight people can't spread STDs to other straight people?
My fiancee used to identify as bi, now identifies as pan. I make pan puns a lot.I'm pretty sure she's gonna smack me upside the head one of these days.Just hope she doesn't hit me with a -
like iron skillet or something. That'd hurt.
Can that be applied to straight people as well?
you got that right
@Boppy - straight people only date and marry straight normal people
@MissDawn7961 I should have clarified. I think that bi people feeling like they are missing out sounds like straight people feeling like they are missing out. Unless bi people biologically dislike monogamy?
... besides being bi means that girl isn't supposedly with me anyways. Being bi means she doesn't like me and is with a girl instead and if she is with me, then she isn't bi because she is dating a guy and the woman I finally date I'm going to marry and be with till death do us part which meant that bisexuality was long gone and totally forgotten as if it never happened. .
you may find out soon
Why would I find out?
Whoops, wrong question sorry😅
Maybe, I don't believe all bi people like both sex equally, but that doesn't mean they're not bi. Having a preference doesn't make you straight or gay though.
@Finnfoso Nothing makes anyone straight or gay. We just are one or the other.