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Just wanted to hear some opinions on this topic cos I feel like it's got fairly mixed opinions.
If a girl wants to have sex with another girl but would never be in a relationship with a girl, is that bisexuality? Cos not to invalidate anyone but like for me that's just a straight girl wanting to experiment but at the same time people should just do what they wanna do without labels
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If a girl wants to have sex with another girl but would never be in a relationship with a girl, is that bisexuality?
Anywhere from straight to bicurious to bisexual heteroromantic to bisexual, depending on self-identification.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Just wanted to hear some opinions on this topic cos I feel like it's got fairly mixed opinions.
If a girl wants to have sex with another girl but would never be in a relationship with a girl, is that bisexuality? Cos not to invalidate anyone but like for me that's just a straight girl wanting to experiment but at the same time people should just do what they wanna do without labels
So there is bisexuality which is the attraction to two or more genders, which is probably what is happening here, there is also biromantic which is the romantic attraction to two or more genders, most of the time they come interlinked but not always. Theres also nothing wrong with not wanting to label it and just doing you
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Bisexual if there is sexual attraction for both guys and girls.
Regardless of whether the preferences is for ons, a fwb arrangement or a committed relationship.
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People can choose whatever labels they want. It's a common and harmful biphobic trope that bi women are 'really straight' and bi men are 'really gay'. The phrase "not to invalidate anyone but" should surely ring alarm bells?
If someone identifies as bi, they're bi. Some women in the situation you describe will call themselves bi (or pan, or sapphic, or whatever) and some won't.
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It's Very confusing
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Yes, that would be bisexuality. I'd say it's very odd though, to be sexually attracted to a gender but have no romantic interest in them.
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Yes, that would be bisexuality. I'd say it's very odd though, to be sexually attracted to a gender but have no romantic interest in them.
I agree it'd be bisexuality. I don't think it's that uncommon to be sexually attracted to a gender but without romantic interest - I've seen several threads of people expressing that on TSR and also been in that position sometimes.
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I think it’d be bisexuality too
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Just wanted to hear some opinions on this topic cos I feel like it's got fairly mixed opinions.
If a girl wants to have sex with another girl but would never be in a relationship with a girl, is that bisexuality? Cos not to invalidate anyone but like for me that's just a straight girl wanting to experiment but at the same time people should just do what they wanna do without labels
i recently found out im bi. Been watching Bi porn. Two blokes and one girl and they all get it on. Really turned me on,
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Just wanted to hear some opinions on this topic cos I feel like it's got fairly mixed opinions.
If a girl wants to have sex with another girl but would never be in a relationship with a girl, is that bisexuality? Cos not to invalidate anyone but like for me that's just a straight girl wanting to experiment but at the same time people should just do what they wanna do without labels
I think what you're talking about here is bi-curious
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I think what you're talking about here is bi-curious
If a girl wants to experiment with a girl mainly out of curiosity then that could be called bicuriosity. But the first thing OP said, "if a girl wants to have sex with another girl but would never be in a relationship with a girl" - that's probably bisexuality. If someone's sexually attracted to guys and to girls then it's very reasonable for them to call themselves bisexual even if they wouldn't pursue romance with one or either of those genders. In one sense I'm not a huge fan of the term "bicurious", especially when people apply it to each other rather than to themselves, because I don't think anyone should ever have to prove that they're experiencing "real" sexual attraction rather than curiosity. Sometimes I think that's kind of a false distinction - attraction is attraction whatever it's attributed to.
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Definitely bisexual i should know but be happy
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(Original post by anosmianAcrimony)
If a girl wants to experiment with a girl mainly out of curiosity then that could be called bicuriosity. But the first thing OP said, "if a girl wants to have sex with another girl but would never be in a relationship with a girl" - that's probably bisexuality. If someone's sexually attracted to guys and to girls then it's very reasonable for them to call themselves bisexual even if they wouldn't pursue romance with one or either of those genders. In one sense I'm not a huge fan of the term "bicurious", especially when people apply it to each other rather than to themselves, because I don't think anyone should ever have to prove that they're experiencing "real" sexual attraction rather than curiosity. Sometimes I think that's kind of a false distinction - attraction is attraction whatever it's attributed to.
Ah I see, thanks for the explanation
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It probably depends on the person. People can want to have sex with people they're not necessarily attracted to (especially in an "experimental" context) and not wanting to be in a relationship could indicate a lack of actual same-sex attraction. But equally it could be due to the stigma of being in a same-sex relationship that makes it hard to visualise - and I know that, even though I'm certainly attracted to women, advantages of being in straight relationships would make me unlikely to date or have sex with one.
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don't worry I think it's ok today. I also like watching bisexual adult videos pornfxx.me. They are so arousing. There are so many free cool porn on every taste. I watch them when I need to relax.
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