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Would you date a bisexual ? Why and why not ? Are you worried about trust issues with bisexual more than straight/homosexual person ? Would you feel more insecure with bisexual than others ?
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Yes, I wouldn't actively seek a relationship with a bisexual, but if I ended up in a situation with one I wouldn't say no. I'd be sceptical that they'd just 'change' and like girls though!
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Would you date a bisexual ? Why and why not ? Are you worried about trust issues with bisexual more than straight/homosexual person ? Would you feel more insecure with bisexual than others ?
Sure why not, I don't see an issue with it. In fact in many ways it could be better because they chose you out of lots of people they might have been attracted to :P


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Of course I would. I'm panromantic myself so it's not something that would bother me. However when I once asked my friends about it they all said they wouldn't date someone who was bisexual so maybe the general public are still a bit funny about it :/


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I would, I find girl-girl attraction very hot, but I'd probably be a little more insecure, especially if she'd recently come out as bi, as a lot of people do that as a mid-way gap to coming out as gay.
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I would, I find girl-girl attraction very hot, but I'd probably be a little more insecure, especially if she'd recently come out as bi, as a lot of people do that as a mid-way gap to coming out as gay.
We are talking serious here and you do realise that you are talking lesbian porn and not how would you feel if your girlfriend left you for another girl.
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Of course I would. I'm panromantic myself
So, are you bisexual ?
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So, are you bisexual ?
Nope, fairly sure I'm asexual


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Nope, fairly sure I'm asexual


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Very interesting. So, did you ever dated anyone (tried doing it) or always felt asexual ?
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Very interesting. So, did you ever dated anyone (tried doing it) or always felt asexual ?
I've never felt sexual attraction to anyone but I have tried dating someone because it was what I thought I should do (before I knew asexual was a thing) but it didn't work out. I'm still interested in romantic relationships though


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We are talking serious here and you do realise that you are talking lesbian porn and not how would you feel if your girlfriend left you for another girl.
Well that's what I'm saying would be the downside, I'd always be a bit worried that was possible. But just because someone is bisexual, it doesn't mean they'll do that.

I'm saying I like it when girls talk about finding other girls attractive. Like a lot of girls aren't lesbian or even bi (at least as the term is usually used), but they've kissed other girls and have a small amount of sexual attraction, that's a massive turn on for me.

I'm not talking about lesbian porn, I'm talking about how I feel when girls talk about same sex attraction or have same sex partners.

I know it's kind of illogical and maybe even a bit misogynistic, but I'd be happy for my girlfriend to kiss girls, possibly do more.
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Well that's what I'm saying would be the downside, I'd always be a bit worried that was possible. But just because someone is bisexual, it doesn't mean they'll do that.

I'm saying I like it when girls talk about finding other girls attractive. Like a lot of girls aren't lesbian or even bi (at least as the term is usually used), but they've kissed other girls and have a small amount of sexual attraction, that's a massive turn on for me.

I'm not talking about lesbian porn, I'm talking about how I feel when girls talk about same sex attraction or have same sex partners.

I know it's kind of illogical and maybe even a bit misogynistic, but I'd be happy for my girlfriend to kiss girls, possibly do more.
I have a friend (a girl) who is bisexual and her boyfriend gives her free reign to kiss any girls she wants on nights out, which she does. He doesn't mind and she's more than happy with the arrangement haha


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I've never felt sexual attraction to anyone but I have tried dating someone because it was what I thought I should do (before I knew asexual was a thing) but it didn't work out. I'm still interested in romantic relationships though


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It would be quite hard for you to find a guy/girl who is only interested in romance and no sex ever. Perhaps another asexual panromantic.
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I'd date a bisexual, but I think it would be more likely they'd have a problem with it than me as I'm asexual.
I don't think a persons sexuality changes their tendency to cheat etc. like you wouldn't say heterosexuals are inherently more likely to cheat than homosexuals or asexuals, solely because of being heterosexuals, so it shouldn't be any different than for bisexuals imo.
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Sure why not, I don't see an issue with it. In fact in many ways it could be better because they chose you out of lots of people they might have been attracted to :P


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Not thought about it like this - I like your thinking
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Would you date a bisexual ? Why and why not ? Are you worried about trust issues with bisexual more than straight/homosexual person ? Would you feel more insecure with bisexual than others ?
Being a bisexual person, ehm... yes.

I don't see why it would affect someone's judgement of someone? So, they find both genders sexually attractive. If they're in love with you, isn't that the important thing? Or am I missing the point somewhere.
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I don't understand people's problem with bisexuality.
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(Original post by Mankytoes)
Well that's what I'm saying would be the downside, I'd always be a bit worried that was possible. But just because someone is bisexual, it doesn't mean they'll do that.

I'm saying I like it when girls talk about finding other girls attractive. Like a lot of girls aren't lesbian or even bi (at least as the term is usually used), but they've kissed other girls and have a small amount of sexual attraction, that's a massive turn on for me.

I'm not talking about lesbian porn, I'm talking about how I feel when girls talk about same sex attraction or have same sex partners.

I know it's kind of illogical and maybe even a bit misogynistic, but I'd be happy for my girlfriend to kiss girls, possibly do more.
Best part of being bisexual, discussing hot ladies with my boyfriend.
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