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    (Original post by Little Wolf Taima)
    That is a point. I had a dear sexy emo friend with benefits (point being friends who deeply care for eachother) who had experience with anal for example and I hadn't ventured to such things. Also, men know what they like... But are easier to get off than women, generally so it may not be an issue.

    I have a real thing for bisexual men. Did you gay and bi guys realize a large amount of the gay porn market is actually marketed towards straight women? (Though I'm bisexual myself)

    Go to any anime convention and guys kissing will attract women like ants to honey. Have you SEEN the Yaoi stands? I also like the idea of a man being 'open' and having experiences physically and emotionally with both genders. Open's up one's scope...

    Yeah, basically, I am majorly turned on by gay and bi men...


    I hate yaoi, and you would be surprise at how many women hate that **** too.
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    I didn't say about all bisexuals, just some of them, I agree there are secure ones. I just had this opinion about them because the ones that I met that were bisexuals (men) turned to female side.



    Calm down, everyone is entitled to their own opinion and there's no need to attack others thinking differently. Oh and you have no right to insult me, little kid.
    Maybe those were the straight leaning bisexual guys.If you are into bisexual men try going for gay leaning bisexual men.Or just go after gay masculine men
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    No, never.

    I like a man to be manly and to me he could never be that. I know that is unfair, but i can't help the way i feel.

    I know i'm gonna get negged, bring it *****es
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    (Original post by Medusa's *****)
    Maybe those were the straight leaning bisexual guys.If you are into bisexual men try going for gay leaning bisexual men.Or just go after gay masculine men
    I'm only now going for real gay men and not bisexuals.
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    I'm only now going for real gay men and not bisexuals.
    Why were you going after bisexual men in the first place?
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    Thats pretty much the same question as, "Would you trust Mc Donald's with your cow"...... = Should be No.
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    I dunno. None of the men I've ever been interested in have been bisexual (as far as I know anyway) so it's hard to comment how I'd feel unless I'd actually been in such a situation. I don't have much against LGBT folk, but I can't help thinking it'd feel odd if the guy I was with was also interested in other men - it can be hard enough when he speaks about other women!

    That's just my honest opinion, but generally I'm on the fence with this one. I've hardly met many bi people, and most of them tend to be women anyway so there's hardly been opportunity for me to be interested in a bi man in order to answer this question well.
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    There is a stigma attached to bisexual peoeple being confused and/or greedy.

    But I've observed bisexuals often tend to me more on the 'liberal' slide, which isn't the same as being indiscriminately promiscuous or oblivious to the feelings of their partner. There are plenty of bisexuals who will only date one person at a time but there are also plenty who feel the need to date one person of each gender.

    I myself am genuinely polyamorous. I know it is dangerous to make that known because people tend to see polyamory as an excuse to sleep with whoever you like. I've only been actively dating for a year but genuinely fall in love with more than one person at a time. I don't like the idea of dumping and 'swapping' people. I don't get 'bored' of partners or look for things one person can give me in another. Like girls asking who they should 'choose' on yahoo answers and being told to go for the one with money. If you really love someone, you love them, and it never goes away. If they are genuinely detrimental to your wellbeing there are other sorts of ground for a breakup besides throwing what you have away simply because you love someone else, too. Love is too precious to just throw away or treat lovers like a pair of shoes.

    Anyway, my boyfriend knows this and I'd really like us to share a girlfriend if I ever meet a special girl. It'd be selfish to expect to have a second partner of a different gender then get all jealous if he looked at her.

    It's a bit different with girls I guess. Most guys would seemingly jump at the chance to date a girl who likes to frolic with other women, though they may feel jealous if romantic feeling and time-sharing are involved. You see there is an emotional aspect to consider, not just the sexual one...

    A menage a trois of sorts would suit me wonderfully, but only with people who really mean something to me. That I have a deep love and care for.

    I might have gone a bit off-topic but thee are polyamorous and monogamous bisexuals and sluts who don't care who or where they get their kicks from. There is a distinction lol.
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    Girlfriends have never had a problem with it tbh...
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    Most bisexual people want monogamous relationships. We're not that different to straight/gay folk. It's just like saying straight people will want a relationship with more than one person of the opposite sex. When you're in a relationship with someone, you swing towards them and can be sexually satisfied by just them. If someone will cheat, there is always going to be an opportunity to do it regardless of sexual orientation.

    Yes, I would date a bisexual man.
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    I would hope so tbh ...
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    I'm with my opinion that bisexual men are unsure with which gender to stay and they are still experimenting.
    So you're saying that men can't be bisexual? Isn't that narrow minded? I know plenty of bisexual people and none of them are just 'experimenting', they don't care about the gender, it's just about the person...


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    It depends on the situation. I wouldn't want to find out that the person I love also has a girlfriend and I think she wouldn't like him having a boyfriend, unless both of us (me and she) are happy with that, but still I don't like to share the person with someone else.

    I'm with my opinion that bisexual men are unsure with which gender to stay and they are still experimenting. Also, it's like a threesome If I love the person, I'm expecting him to share the same love only with me and no one else. I might sound odd but that's me, I'm selfish and don't share :mmm:
    It was this view that caused me and my father to not talk for a long time after I came out
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    (Original post by Medusa's *****)
    Hey there ladies the title basically says it all. Would you or would you not? And Why? Gay men can answer too if they want too.
    honestly, I wouldn't date a bisexual guy. But only because I usually date straight guys and I would find it uncomfortable if I not only had competition from other girls but also guys. But thats just my opinion though.

    But I do love bisexual people (I have quite a few guys friends and one female friend who are bi ) because they are great to have a laugh with !!
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    Yep, without a doubt. I'm straight as an arrow myself, but there's something about guys that are fluid with their sexuality that just seems to add a little extra interest.

    I do also have a bit of a thing for guys who tend towards the avant-garde who dress wierdly and wear makeup. David Bowie, Eddie Izzard, Frank n Furter out of RHPS (not Tim Curry, who tbh I find a bit yuk, just that particular incarnation). I don't know why, I just do.
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    (Original post by Medusa's *****)
    Why were you going after bisexual men in the first place?
    Because at a very first time I had no preference for a guy to be gay or bisexual only. But after few bisexuals decided to go for females, I've decided to move on gay guys.
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    (Original post by RemiMarcelle)
    So you're saying that men can't be bisexual? Isn't that narrow minded? I know plenty of bisexual people and none of them are just 'experimenting', they don't care about the gender, it's just about the person...


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    Where did I say that men cannot be bisexuals?
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    Ou see if you worried about 'competition' from both genders, it reaffirms a lot of people's problem with cheating or polyamory comes from insecurity not just moral beliefs.

    Ok maybe most bisexuals are monogamous but perhaps more polys are bisexual.

    I totally agree with the thought that bisexuals don't care about gender, they just fall in love with a person. I couldn't imagine writing someone off because of their gender >_<
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    (Original post by cpdavis)
    I would hope so tbh ...
    WHY??? If women refused to date you, you can always date men.
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    Never .
 
 
 
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