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I don’t ever think it’s a good idea to settle for something (someone) that is not your ideal. You only get one life (I think), and I would not want to waste it on a life long compromise.
I would give up convenience and social acceptance to get what I really want.
Bi women are no more likely to cheat on you than anyone else. And one of the most offensive things you can do is to suggest that we're free to get it on with other women because "it doesn't count as cheating" and other women aren't a "threat". How sexist is it to suggest that only sex with a man counts as "real" sex?! It may well have taken us some guts to tell you that, too, because society still seems to be having trouble getting its head round bisexuality.
I got a question from a reader seeking advice, and I wanted to respond to him publicly since I think others might benefit from discussing these issues.
It’s really cool to hear from someone who has more experience with men.
I can't even begin to count the number of times I've dropped the "b-bomb" and the girl I've been talking to has suddenly needed the toilet and then a few minutes later been seen chatting someone else up on the other side of the room. Woody Allen has a lot to answer for with his "doubles your chances on a Saturday night" comment. Not every bisexual has had sexual contact with more than one gender. Perhaps they've felt shy, or picky, or the opportunity has simply never arisen. We're often open-minded about gender in other ways. Unsurprisingly, given how far society still has to go, a lot of us are quite into our activism and the fight for bi visibility.(This question was posted publicly, so I don’t believe I’m violating his privacy).Here’s the question: As some of you may have noticed, I like to respond to questions by breaking them down into smaller issues, so that’s what I’m going to do. I have kissed women but never dated or had sex with one First of all, this is interesting to me since most of the bi guys I hear from have more experience with women.I don’t view anniversaries as a huge deal, but I do view them as an opportunity to buy gifts, and I freaking LOVE buying gifts.
And the moment I realized Jay and I had an anniversary coming up, I knew one thing I was going to get him for sure: an Edible Arrangements*, delivered to work.
So tell her, and if she reacts badly, better to know sooner rather than later. We had the following conversation: Ultimately he said “I would never consider dating someone seriously that I felt would not be okay with my sexuality.