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I think once I do that, I can accept and love guys like Keith (Who is a great guy!!! Until then, I’m acknowledging my homophobia and working to resolve it.Maybe once I figure it all out, there will be another Keith out there for me.
What if we get married and he asks me why dinner isn’t made, and the house is a mess? My friend and I laughed at that, but we both agreed that’s not only homophobic but super sexist.
A man isn’t “less” of a man for liking other men, and I know that; but I’m realizing that I don’t always believe that…. It turns out, I’m still working on accepting myself.
So, Single John, I'm asking you: Is my sexuality going to be an issue for a lot of men?
I've dated a couple different women who have, at times, preferred other women and I've felt no different about it. They're with me because they like me, and vice-versa, why would I care what, or who, they had done in the past.
There's an interesting contrast with bisexual girls and guys: When women hook up with other women, they lose none of their femininity, but guys hooking up with other guys tend to be seen as much less masculine (if you doubt me, think of the difference in reactions of a guy being told his GF used to get with girls, versus a woman being told her guy used to get with guys). As long as you're open and honest about your feelings, why is your sexual identity anyone's business but yours? Why should sexual history matter to anyone but you?
That said, I understand you wanting to keep this info on the low-down, especially at first. Unless it's integral for you to be identified as a "Bisexual Person" to whomever you're dating from the first moment you've met, I don't see any reason why it should have to come up.
I used to jokingly say to my friends about Kylie Jenner, “I don’t know if I want HER or TO BE her” while scrolling through her Instagram a little too much for a straight woman. After all, if it did work out with a man, he’d have to be cool with the idea of his chick liking chicks. Then again, I hadn’t mentioned my desire to explore this to him. Keith was suddenly a lot more intriguing to me, but he was also a lot less masculine in my eyes as well. “That’s just what I’m physically attracted to” I tried to justify liking him less now to myself. He was still hot as hell, charming, smart, and funny. A few weeks later, I still found myself thinking about the encounter.
We shared a lot of common interests and had similar outlooks on careers and what our expectations were for dating casually. After a couple weeks of seeing each other, I broached the subject. It struck me that he so nonchalantly and confidently knew, and didn’t care if I knew or cared. Why should he have to make a big deal out of it and sit me down to come out to me. I thought about him being with other men, and it was just a huge turn off to me. If I want someone to respect me enough to accept me for who I am and who I am attracted to, then how can I judge someone else for just being themselves.
How do guys feel about dating girls who are bisexual?
I'm 21, single, and I don't have a lot of sexual experience, but what I do have is with girls.
And I didn’t — that is, until my phone buzzed with a text message from a name I never expected to see on my screen again: “Do you want to get coffee? I needed to tell him I was sorry; he needed to tell me how much I hurt him. Since that day, I’ve reflected on the lessons the relationship taught me, and what I learned from him he was bisexual. He was drawn to men and women, while I was only drawn to men, but that didn’t make him any more promiscuous or untrustworthy than the next guy. In fact, he was unbearably monogamous and loyal to a fault.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating