Would you date bisexual guys?

  • wesv

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    Dec 11, 2014 7:17 AM GMT
    I was watching a YouTube video on whether or not women would date bisexuals. Just wanted to ask men this same question.
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    Dec 11, 2014 11:27 AM GMT
    Nope.
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    Dec 11, 2014 11:28 AM GMT
    Sure. If he's a good faithful guy, why not? icon_smile.gif
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    Dec 11, 2014 11:30 AM GMT
    Have.
  • jeep334

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    Dec 11, 2014 12:22 PM GMT
    bon_pan saidHave.


    So how did that work out for you? I've always thought a woman was the the most difficult competition.
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    Dec 11, 2014 12:35 PM GMT
    I married one icon_smile.gif
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    Dec 11, 2014 1:27 PM GMT
    Depends on what you mean by bisexual. Would I date a man who wasn't out and was only into men for sex? No.
    If he was out and into men romantically not ashamed to be seen with me in public then why not?
    I'd even do a MMF with him if he wanted!!!
  • taylorjp

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    Dec 11, 2014 1:48 PM GMT
    depends
  • NoLimitsss

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    Dec 11, 2014 2:08 PM GMT
    __morphic__ saidNope.


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    Dec 11, 2014 2:44 PM GMT
    if he could: love the one person he was with.
  • Ducky49

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    Dec 11, 2014 2:46 PM GMT
    No shade but nope.
  • NoLimitsss

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    Dec 11, 2014 2:51 PM GMT
    To me personally, people who answer anything other than yes to this question are no better than homophobes. Both are equally uneducated and ignorant, just on different subjects.
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    Dec 11, 2014 3:02 PM GMT
    Absolutely! I've dated a guy who is bi-sexual in the past. And, I'm sure I'll do it again. Why not! icon_wink.gif
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    Dec 11, 2014 3:18 PM GMT
    NoLimitsss saidTo me personally, people who answer anything other than yes to this question are no better than homophobes. Both are equally uneducated and ignorant, just on different subjects.



    It's not ignorant at all if you understand even the basic fundamentals of human sexuality. If a man is say 80% attracted to men and 20% to women, you might stand a good chance of having a lasting relationship with him. But if he is more like 50%/50% or less, eventually he will miss sex with a woman. It's not a character flaw or anything, it's just reality. He would be missing a connection that he cannot get from you. Of course you can have all the idealistic delusions you want, but eventually things will go haywire. (This is all assuming we're talking about a traditional monogamous relationship of course.)
  • SuntoryTime

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    Dec 11, 2014 3:27 PM GMT
    If things didn't work out with the guy I'm seeing now...

    Probably not, unless he gave me a clear affirmation that he's committed to having a 100% out of the closet, monogamous, life long relationship with another man. In my experience, a lot of bi men can't reach that standard.
  • davfit

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    Dec 11, 2014 3:28 PM GMT
    Hell yeah ..I have.. Bisexuals are Sexy because they look at Sex as Sex and nothin else...They flow back and forth without quilt.. with total joy and ease...Laughing at us fools who think you have to pick just one.. and all the while keep People quessing if they are or aren't....(Channing Tatum?)... Its a balance that only they can master married kids or not.
  • NoLimitsss

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    Dec 11, 2014 3:32 PM GMT
    Scruffypup said
    NoLimitsss saidTo me personally, people who answer anything other than yes to this question are no better than homophobes. Both are equally uneducated and ignorant, just on different subjects.



    It's not ignorant at all if you understand even the basic fundamentals of human sexuality. If a man is say 80% attracted to men and 20% to women, you might stand a good chance of having a lasting relationship with him. But if he is more like 50%/50% or less, eventually he will miss sex with a woman. It's not a character flaw or anything, it's just reality. He would be missing a connection that he cannot get from you. Of course you can have all the idealistic delusions you want, but eventually things will go haywire. (This is all assuming we're talking about a traditional monogamous relationship of course.)


    That's funny you seem to know exactly how I feel. My attractions are 50/50, and you're wrong. I do not miss anything when I'm in a relationship. It doesn't work that way. Apparently you're the one who doesn't understand how human sexuality works.

    I am the traditional monogamous relationship kind of guy. I was in a 4.5 year relationship with a guy. Not once did I feel like I missed anything a girl could give me and he couldn't (what exactly would that be anyway?).

    There's nothing wrong with not understanding something you don't know, but there is something wrong with being so close minded you don't want to change your incorrect beliefs when someone points out they're flawed.
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    Dec 11, 2014 3:35 PM GMT
    Of course! It opens up the possibility to having a great connection with another human male.

    I don't understand the argument about them missing having sex with women. Couldn't you say the same thing about gay guys missing having sex with other different types of guys?
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    Dec 11, 2014 3:50 PM GMT
    FishSwimmer saidOf course! It opens up the possibility to having a great connection with another human male.

    I don't understand the argument about them missing having sex with women. Couldn't you say the same thing about gay guys missing having sex with other different types of guys?



    Ummmm......pussy is very very different from dick. Have you noticed? Then there's the breast thing. And that's just the most obvious physical differences. Then you've got the whole femininity thing and everything that makes men and women different.
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    Dec 11, 2014 3:52 PM GMT
    NoLimitsss said
    Scruffypup said
    NoLimitsss saidTo me personally, people who answer anything other than yes to this question are no better than homophobes. Both are equally uneducated and ignorant, just on different subjects.



    It's not ignorant at all if you understand even the basic fundamentals of human sexuality. If a man is say 80% attracted to men and 20% to women, you might stand a good chance of having a lasting relationship with him. But if he is more like 50%/50% or less, eventually he will miss sex with a woman. It's not a character flaw or anything, it's just reality. He would be missing a connection that he cannot get from you. Of course you can have all the idealistic delusions you want, but eventually things will go haywire. (This is all assuming we're talking about a traditional monogamous relationship of course.)


    That's funny you seem to know exactly how I feel. My attractions are 50/50, and you're wrong. I do not miss anything when I'm in a relationship. It doesn't work that way. Apparently you're the one who doesn't understand how human sexuality works.

    I am the traditional monogamous relationship kind of guy. I was in a 4.5 year relationship with a guy. Not once did I feel like I missed anything a girl could give me and he couldn't (what exactly would that be anyway?).

    There's nothing wrong with not understanding something you don't know, but there is something wrong with being so close minded you don't want to change your incorrect beliefs when someone points out they're flawed.



    No offense, but I don't believe you. Either you're lying about not missing women or (more likely) you're in denial about just how bisexual you are. Just my opinion.
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    Dec 11, 2014 3:57 PM GMT
    as soon as you reduce who you are to one word your lost. Everyone's gay is sooo different, like the music you listen, the books you read, the car you drive...

    find someone you can call gay and put a ring on it
  • HndsmKansan

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    Dec 11, 2014 4:02 PM GMT
    I probably would find it a little disconcerting no doubt and would probably avoid it.... but there are always exceptions and every situation would be unique no doubt.
  • NoLimitsss

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    Dec 11, 2014 4:06 PM GMT
    Scruffypup said
    NoLimitsss said
    Scruffypup said
    NoLimitsss saidTo me personally, people who answer anything other than yes to this question are no better than homophobes. Both are equally uneducated and ignorant, just on different subjects.



    It's not ignorant at all if you understand even the basic fundamentals of human sexuality. If a man is say 80% attracted to men and 20% to women, you might stand a good chance of having a lasting relationship with him. But if he is more like 50%/50% or less, eventually he will miss sex with a woman. It's not a character flaw or anything, it's just reality. He would be missing a connection that he cannot get from you. Of course you can have all the idealistic delusions you want, but eventually things will go haywire. (This is all assuming we're talking about a traditional monogamous relationship of course.)


    That's funny you seem to know exactly how I feel. My attractions are 50/50, and you're wrong. I do not miss anything when I'm in a relationship. It doesn't work that way. Apparently you're the one who doesn't understand how human sexuality works.

    I am the traditional monogamous relationship kind of guy. I was in a 4.5 year relationship with a guy. Not once did I feel like I missed anything a girl could give me and he couldn't (what exactly would that be anyway?).

    There's nothing wrong with not understanding something you don't know, but there is something wrong with being so close minded you don't want to change your incorrect beliefs when someone points out they're flawed.



    No offense, but I don't believe you. Either you're lying about not missing women or (more likely) you're in denial about just how bisexual you are. Just my opinion.


    Right. My experiences don't fit your ideas, so I must be lying. Clearly it's not possible your ideas are simply wrong. Dude, I know it's hard to believe, but yes, we bisexuals can have long-term, happy, satisfying, monogamous relationships. I know, I know, hard to grasp.

    About the boobs thing: so yes, I lovvvve boobs. Since that means I'll miss them when I'm with a guy, does that also mean I can't have a successful relationship with a girl with small boobs? Or how about a small ass? Brunette? Because I'll miss the blonde hair I find myself attracted to 9/10 times?

    You're talking about something I am, something I feel... maybe you should stop assuming, and listen to me explaining it instead?
  • HottJoe

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    Dec 11, 2014 4:19 PM GMT
    Monogamy isn't about finding everything you could ever want physically all in one package. It's about forsaking all others because your relationship is more important than one night stands. If a bisexual prioritizes monogamy then it's no different than anyone else who sticks with one person.

    My husband is tall, but I'm attracted to short and tall guys, I'd say about 50/50. That doesn't mean I regret who I married or need two different husbands. It just means I think short guys are cute as well, but I would never cheat on my husband. My husband is my priority.

    I'll always find men (plural) to be attractive and hot, but so what? Even if I was single I wouldn't prioritize sleeping with everyone I was attracted to. I don't need the validation. It's just eye candy and it's not the same as connecting to one person in a way that transcends the pornography of the typical male mind.
  • AnonymousNYC

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    Dec 11, 2014 4:19 PM GMT
    I actually prefer bi guys but i always end up getting hurt