If I don't want to date a bisexual guy. Does that makes me automatically a bad person? See context...

  • woow

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    Jun 29, 2015 2:21 PM GMT
    If I don't want to date a bisexual guy. Does that makes me automatically a bad person?
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    Considering I don't think bi people are confused, bad or any other thing. I support their right to be with whoever they want. However, I strongly prefer dating only gay men.
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    Jun 30, 2015 9:46 AM GMT
    woow saidIf I don't want to date a bisexual guy. Does that makes me automatically a bad person?
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    Considering I don't think bi people are confused, bad or any other thing. I support their right to be with whoever they want. However, I strongly prefer dating only gay men.


    Not at all. You have the right to be with whomever you want.

    But if you don't think there is anything wrong with them, why not date them? What would be the basis for avoiding relationships with them?
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    Jun 30, 2015 5:17 PM GMT
    Everyone is intitled to have his/her preferences, that does not make you a bad person or anything. We all tend to look for some traits rather than others.

    The real question is : if a bisexual hitted on you, you hooked up, and ended up getting along very well. Would you stop dating him only because you'd learn he's bi ? icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jul 03, 2015 7:23 AM GMT
    Bjorkio saidEveryone is intitled to have his/her preferences, that does not make you a bad person or anything. We all tend to look for some traits rather than others.

    The real question is : if a bisexual hitted on you, you hooked up, and ended up getting along very well. Would you stop dating him only because you'd learn he's bi ? icon_rolleyes.gif


    Exactly.

    OP, if you aren't dating him because of that one little label... Well then.. icon_rolleyes.gif
  • BloodFlame

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    Jul 04, 2015 5:28 PM GMT
    Not at all but I have to agree with the others when you considered that you knew they weren't confused.

    Is there a reason why you would not be open to dating a bisexual man if you both did connect on a mental & physical level?
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    Jul 04, 2015 5:48 PM GMT
    My man likes sex with women but considers himself gay because he has no desire to be in a relationship with one. he's probably a Kinsey 4 or 5. Doesn't bother me in the slightest.
    If he was a Kinsey 3 I wouldn't care as long as he was out. I'd rather date an out bi man than a closeted gay one. I don't want to be anyone's dirty secret.
  • christastic

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    Jul 05, 2015 1:37 AM GMT
    Yes it does. Automatically.

    lol @ rhetorical questions
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    Jul 05, 2015 2:51 AM GMT
    JuanPablomv89 saidFollow your heart...

    I don't know understand the tendecy of "Gay" men who like sex with women but they consider themselves gay because they are not interested in having a relationship with women just sex.

    I would prefer to only date GAY MEN WHO LIKE SEX WITH ONLY MEN.. I don't want women leftovers (Divorced men) or a sexual human being without labels fucking anything and everything it moves






    With that winning and charming attitude you must be beating hot dates off with a stick. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jul 05, 2015 7:18 AM GMT
    LABELS PEOPLE ! Homo, bi, hetero... it's ONLY LABEL ! 'coz it's the way our brain works : we need to categorize in order to learn, theorize things in the world. But in the end, the real thing that matters is YOUR ACTIONS at a specific moment, not the past, nor the futur !
    If you like each other, who cares who you dated before, who you could date after ? Love, attraction is something you experience in the moment, and cannot controle : if you controle it, then you don't truly mean it.
    Get out there, without any assumptions, let yourselves be surprised, and see where/to whom it leads you ! At least, that's the way I see things. Like I said before, of course you're intitled to have some preference, but keep an open mind ! icon_smile.gif
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    Jul 05, 2015 8:46 AM GMT
    woow saidIf I don't want to date a bisexual guy. Does that makes me automatically a bad person?
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    Considering I don't think bi people are confused, bad or any other thing. I support their right to be with whoever they want. However, I strongly prefer dating only gay men.
    Some really young guy (like around 12 years old) just asked me a few days ago if I was gonna marry a gay guy.

    My answer? "No, I only marry straight guys" (and pointed to my straight friend who was standing beside me - laughter ensued).

    My point: Date who you wanna date and stop being so fucking stupid about it. It doesn't matter what gender your partner is attracted to, as long as your partner is attracted to you (and vice versa).
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    Jul 05, 2015 9:31 PM GMT
    I don't know why but I find bisexuals more attractive icon_redface.gif

    And I think it's just personal preference, although you might upset a few icon_razz.gif
  • woow

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    Jul 08, 2015 4:58 PM GMT
    donj499 said
    woow saidIf I don't want to date a bisexual guy. Does that makes me automatically a bad person?
    See context...

    Considering I don't think bi people are confused, bad or any other thing. I support their right to be with whoever they want. However, I strongly prefer dating only gay men.


    Not at all. You have the right to be with whomever you want.

    But if you don't think there is anything wrong with them, why not date them? What would be the basis for avoiding relationships with them?


    It's going to sound stupid, but the idea of them fancy vagina/girls turns me off. It puts me off if I'm with them and they start talking about girls. I don't think women are disgusting by the way. It's just turns me off. A guys for me looks lees attractive when I found he's straight. I know bi men can be nice and great as anybody else, but it's way too much for my system and I can't be truly comfortable, so I prefer not to waste their time nor mine and move on whit what we like...I know it's me and no them, that's why I wanted to set a context because many people would say I'm a horrible person.
  • woow

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    Jul 08, 2015 5:02 PM GMT
    BloodFlame saidNot at all but I have to agree with the others when you considered that you knew they weren't confused.

    Is there a reason why you would not be open to dating a bisexual man if you both did connect on a mental & physical level?


    Definitely not interested in bi-curious people. I'm not for their experiments.

    It's true that 50/50 bisexuals are not really the common. I guess, I would rather a guy that lean towards men. But, who know. I'm not saying never. Maybe if as other mention, I find this great guy that happens to be bi. But not sure, considering the simply fact of he liking lady bits turns me off. It's just happens in me :/ That why I prefer them to date someone who will appreciate them fully
  • woow

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    Jul 08, 2015 5:07 PM GMT
    Wyndahoi saidMy man likes sex with women but considers himself gay because he has no desire to be in a relationship with one. he's probably a Kinsey 4 or 5. Doesn't bother me in the slightest.
    If he was a Kinsey 3 I wouldn't care as long as he was out. I'd rather date an out bi man than a closeted gay one. I don't want to be anyone's dirty secret.


    As I said, I'm happy that bi man make their life and that there are gay men who won't care. This is more a personal level and how other people think about me.

    I think the opposite situation is a bit more common ( or I have found it more common). Guys who like sex with men but only relationship with women.

  • woow

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    Jul 08, 2015 5:16 PM GMT
    Remington47 saidI don't know why but I find bisexuals more attractive icon_redface.gif

    And I think it's just personal preference, although you might upset a few icon_razz.gif



    I think some gay men are exactly the opposite to me. They find a turn on that a guy is fucking girls and then is fucking with them. Can of the idea that many find straight men attractive and want to be their 'first' man or something. I totally respect everyone's right to date and reject who they one. I wouldn't be offended if I wasn't in the dating/sex pool of many (which I'm for sure out). All this isn't about if I will or won't date a bi guy it's more about the perseption of the 'LGBT community' when you don't find an specific group a turn on without any malice behind it.
    But cheers, for all the response.

    I'm shocked (and glad) there wasn't a lot of bashing