If you’re choosing not to date a bisexual man as a tactical method to avoid being cheated on you need to rethink your approach.
Cheating is a personality trait not a sexuality trait. No, in fact when it comes to sex, I think bisexual men are probably better in bed.
Dating is hard enough without the added pressures of unknown spectators who feel the need to offer their opinion on a topic they know nothing about.
As a bisexual man in 2016 I’m used to the comments, I’ve heard the questions and my answers leave little room for a counter argument.
Given the evidence that sexuality might be more fluid than we've all been conditioned to believe, it's only natural that we can't help but wonder: How would the average straight woman feel about dating a dude who might have a same-sex encounter or two under his belt?
How would you feel knowing that strangers have told the person you’re dating that you are confused or hiding the fact that you’re gay?
Cock-blocking sexually curious guys from acting on any potential gay desires due to the crippling fear of being rejected by both society and potential wives. While these results indicate a double standard in how we view male sexuality versus female sexuality, they're not exactly shocking.
Even if sexual fluidity is indeed becoming more culturally accepted, thanks to deeply ingrained societal homophobia, hooking up with another dude is still typically seen as one of the least macho things a guy can do.
However, to find out that the people I date are at just as much risk of biphobia as I am is shocking. I date people because of their personality, not just because of what’s in-between their legs and that’s a far more authentic way to live. Even if your married, your husband still notices other women.
Here’s the top 10 most common questions I am asked so you can finally stop wondering. Basically – I’m not a pervert who has declared themselves loyal only to one type of genitalia. It’s called hormones and as of May 2016 there is no known cure.