Is the fact that i have high standards for guys and barely any for women a sign

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a sign im not bi
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no it's a sign you're sexist
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Are you still attracted to men?
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Standards and sexual attraction don't really correlate.
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no it's a sign you're sexist
lol what? haha
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Are you still attracted to men?
Yeah, only like the top 5%
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Yes, it's a sign that you need to reevaluate your own attracriveness. Are you in the mythical top 5% of women?
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pls don't listen to the other commenters !! you're not at all sexist (sexism against men doesn't exist) and attraction and standards CAN correlate,, could very well be a sign you just like girls (assuming you're wlw/nblw)
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It'd imply that you only have a specific type when it comes to men, but are generally more attracted to women.

However, from personal experience, I was in the same boat for years before eventually coming out as a lesbian. So in that sense yes it could very well be a sign.
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pls don't listen to the other commenters !! you're not at all sexist (sexism against men doesn't exist) and attraction and standards CAN correlate,, could very well be a sign you just like girls (assuming you're wlw/nblw)

I beg your man hating pardon?

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ld-man-up.html
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That doesn't mean you're not bi. I think in general that most women are more attractive than men so I ain't surprised you have higher standards for the other.
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I beg your man hating pardon?

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ld-man-up.html
not even gonna click that lol it's the daily mail,, not gonna get into an argument either since debate culture is the backbone of right-wing politics so i won't reply anymore
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not even gonna click that lol it's the daily mail,, not gonna get into an argument either since debate culture is the backbone of right-wing politics so i won't reply anymore
r u serious...this has got to be a new troll
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r u serious...this has got to be a new troll
lmao seems like a troll

"-debate culture is the backbone of right-wing politics so i won't reply anymore" is literally the dumbest thing I've heard in a very (very) long time :bird:
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pls don't listen to the other commenters !! you're not at all sexist (sexism against men doesn't exist) and attraction and standards CAN correlate,, could very well be a sign you just like girls (assuming you're wlw/nblw)
Pffff, i think you need to go back to check the definition of sexism...or maybe try opening a dictionary, although it seems like that might be too difficult for you to do-
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It'd imply that you only have a specific type when it comes to men, but are generally more attracted to women.

However, from personal experience, I was in the same boat for years before eventually coming out as a lesbian. So in that sense yes it could very well be a sign.

😮 didn't think you was a lesbian.....
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😮 didn't think you was a lesbian.....
Surprise, I guess!(?)
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Surprise, I guess!(?)
But you're In a relationship with a tsr user who is a man...
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Man, this thread is a roller coaster of emotions!

Anyway, OP: No, it's not a sign that you're not bi. Very few bisexual people are exactly 50:50 in their attraction to women and men, and that can be in terms of the standards they have for each gender, how often they find themselves attracted to different genders, or even the style or kind of relationship they're interested in pursuing with different genders. I'm bi myself, and I find myself attracted to girls much more often than guys. But that doesn't mean I'm not bi.

Also, don't feel you have to label yourself if you don't want to. If the word "bisexual" is helpful for you to describe yourself, great. If not, one way or another, you like who you like, your feelings are valid, and you're a legitimate person who deserves to be happy.
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But you're In a relationship
no longer
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