Guys, would you be put off if a girl had previously been in a lesbian relationship? Watch

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I'm more sexually attracted to girls but more emotionally attracted to guys. Yeah it's weird.

I do know that one day I want to get married (to a man), settle down, and start a family.

Right now I'm seeing a girl casually. She knows how I feel. But I've been keeping our relationship a secret from family and friends.

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Because I am worried that it will harm my future prospects with guys if they ever found out I had previously been in a relationship with a girl.

So yeah, I suppose this is a good way of finding out what guys actually think. Please be as honest as you can.
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Bi-sexual girls are my favourite type of girls
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No, I'd make plans for a threesome:ahee:
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I've been on dates with a girl that I knew was bi-sexual and had only had relationships with women. The relationship didn't move past us being friends (other than a kiss) but her sexuality was never the issue and never would have been. Hope this is more the sort of response you were looking for.
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inititially i would think...:coma:

but in the long run i would realise that i'm having to compete with both guys and girls for this woman. that would be quite a difficult situation in deed.
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Don't think I would mind .. :P
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(Original post by JIRAIYA-ERO-SENNIN)
inititially i would think...:coma:

but in the long run i would realise that i'm having to compete with both guys and girls for this woman. that would be quite a difficult situation in deed.
Definitely a test of your manhood though if you could hold onto her against not one gender but 2
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Future girlfriend + Girl-on-Girl action history = HAPPY DAYS!!!
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I'm not the anon by the way, but what if the girl was bi and could have a relationship (and life) with either sex? Would that put you off?
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(Original post by PortionsForFoxes)
I'm not the anon by the way, but what if the girl was bi and could have a relationship (and life) with either sex? Would that put you off?
I'm perplexed as to why it might.
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no it just increase the likely hood of having a threesome with her
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I'm bisexual. My first proper relationship was with a girl; I was with her for 2 years. My last boyfriend thought it was awesome that I like girls aswell, but my current boyfriend feels a bit weird about it. He just doesn't get how I can like boobies and willies.
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(Original post by PortionsForFoxes)
I'm not the anon by the way, but what if the girl was bi and could have a relationship (and life) with either sex? Would that put you off?
It wouldn't put me off; I don't know about XY people.
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I'm perplexed as to why it might.
Because I can get why some guys (and girls for that matter) would worry about the extra competition, though really I'm faithful so it wouldn't matter anyhow.
(Original post by kerily)
It wouldn't put me off; I don't know about XY people.
I was just wondering about how other girls would find it too. Thanks
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It really depends on the person some people would be put off by this however I think that most people wouldn't mind about this. There is nothing wrong with liking both genders. The right person will come along so don't be put off by peoples reactions if the reactions aren't what you expected in a negative way.
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I'm the same, and I'm having a bit of a crisis about my sexuality atm. I'm similar to you, but instead I'm emotionally attracted to women and sexually attracted to men (I think anyway). I've been in a 2+ year with a guy who I truely loved, but when I see girls I
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I think it depends on the guy. Some would find it hot as hell, others may be weirded out by it, and the rest probably wouldn't be fazed either way.

I find it attractive, having once been sort of involved with a lady who has had such relationships. It made her come across as kinky. We didn't talk about it much, though.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I'm more sexually attracted to girls but more emotionally attracted to guys. Yeah it's weird.

I do know that one day I want to get married (to a man), settle down, and start a family.

Right now I'm seeing a girl casually. She knows how I feel. But I've been keeping our relationship a secret from family and friends.

Why?

Because I am worried that it will harm my future prospects with guys if they ever found out I had previously been in a relationship with a girl.

So yeah, I suppose this is a good way of finding out what guys actually think. Please be as honest as you can.
why dont you be honest?
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(Original post by PortionsForFoxes)
Because I can get why some guys (and girls for that matter) would worry about the extra competition, though really I'm faithful so it wouldn't matter anyhow.
If you think about it, even if you are *that* worried about competition (which I'd say shouldn't be a reason to put you off), the proportion of lesbian/bisexual women to men is pretty small, so it's not like it really makes a statistical difference.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I'm more sexually attracted to girls but more emotionally attracted to guys. Yeah it's weird.

I do know that one day I want to get married (to a man), settle down, and start a family.

Right now I'm seeing a girl casually. She knows how I feel. But I've been keeping our relationship a secret from family and friends.

Why?

Because I am worried that it will harm my future prospects with guys if they ever found out I had previously been in a relationship with a girl.

So yeah, I suppose this is a good way of finding out what guys actually think. Please be as honest as you can.
I don't think its that strange. I'm a guy and I'm the same as this. More sexually attracted to the same sex but more emotionally to the other.

As for whether I'd be put off by it, definitely not, though I'm biased because its exactly the same as me...
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