JamieJfromtheA saidI'm sure you heard this before but do you believe it. I know some gays are not to fond of bisexuals and a huge stereotype is that Bi's are just Bi out of fear or it being easier to say than gay. I don't believe that but one posed the question to me.
If you are Bi and you marry a Guy than you are Gay.
I don't see it that way. I see it as if you are Bi regardless of who you marry, your sexuality is unchanged. If you like men but decide to marry a woman are you straight, now, but in the worlds eyes if you marry a man you are gay by default.
Wha'ts your opinion of this?
I'm pretty stunned when I see people say shit like that. "Bis are gay men in denial." It hits a nerve every time.
I'm sorry but what part of myself am I denying precisely? The part I can have sex with women and men? I don't have any kind of "denial" or "fear". I've ALWAYS been attracted to both since I was 4 or 5 (although I am not interested in transsexuals/gender queers). At times I've been more privy to men. At times I've been more privy to women. Either way, it doesn't really matter that much ultimately in the end. If people can't accept that I and others like myself don't proscribe myself to their boxy labels, it's definitely not my problem.
It's equally as ridiculous as saying "you're not gay if you sleep only with shemales/trannys."
Also, I don't need anyone's "sympathy". I'm definitely not "fucked up." I'm not "gay" or "straight" either.
Also, I don't understand what's this deal about bisexual men getting a bad rap for "cheating on their partners". In my experience, I've seen homosexuals have way more affairs and open relationships than bisexual men. I've seen homosexual and heterosexual men cheat on their partners with others more so than I have seen other bi men or women do.
If you don't like the pussy, that's fine but PLEASE, for those of you who like to give us a bad rap and call us names: Pull your heads out of your asses and realize the world doesn't work in extremes of homosexual/heterosexual. What you do or don't like is your business but stop interfering in ours while demanding "equality" and trying to promote "diversity". Personally, I have not cheated on my partners with someone with the opposite sex nor the same sex for that matter.