does a such thing as "bi" exist?

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    Apr 02, 2007 5:50 PM GMT
    Me and my friends argue whether or not "Bi" is a sexuality or a transition. What do you think?
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    Apr 02, 2007 7:14 PM GMT
    i think it exists, and i think that most everyone, to some extent or another, is bi. in my case (i am) my reasons for dating a girl or for dating a guy are COMPLETELY different.
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    Apr 02, 2007 7:45 PM GMT
    well my friends and I argue that the people who call themselves bi are not actually bi, that they are either confused or in denial of their true emotions. Maybe someone is BI when they sleep with both sexes. however, the people that I've dated that have been bi tend never to be happy in a relationship...
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    Apr 02, 2007 7:58 PM GMT
    Of course it can exist. It's a type of sexuality. I used to think bi people were just confused as well, because I thought I was bi for a couple of years. At least that's what I convinced myself until I fully accepted the fact I was gay. It just seemed to make the transition a little easier, which is why I had trouble believing bi people were truly attracted to both sexes and not just in denial.

    Most bisexuals probably are just confused or in denial, but there are some out there that truly exist. All of my bi friends claim they are attracted to people more on an emotional level instead of sexual attraction. I don't know if they're all like this and don't particularly understand it myself, but if you can swing both ways...more power to ya! I'm just basing this off of the experiences of my bi friends. Both of them....
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    Apr 02, 2007 9:13 PM GMT
    Whether "Bi" is a true state or not, at least you double the chance of getting lucky on Saturday Night.
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    Apr 02, 2007 9:41 PM GMT
    I think its an oxymoron. I think that men and women can enjoy sex with either sex, but they are truly only suited or desiring of one. To me bisexual is just a cop-out and used as a sexy way of saying "I'm an idiot who has no idea what I want nor am I capable of making any commitment to just one person".
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    Apr 02, 2007 10:20 PM GMT
    Bi, Tri, Single...whatever flavor.

    Actually, I think one leans a bit one way or the other, but, hot women, and hot guys, get me going.

    Just by the nature of my lifestyle there's a lot of sexuality / sensuality.

    To me, each gender has a place. I LIKE being a guy, masculine, confident, jockish, unashamed and so on. I like hot guys. I like hot girls. I'm not promiscuous...quite the opposite. I have certain things I'm attracted to with each gender. In guys, it's confidence, charisma, smarts, grooming, and fitness level. (More confidence than anything else.) Nothing turns me off more than a self-loathing, discreet, dishonest, guy...ICK. In women, the typical stuff turns me on: beauty, sensitivity, kindness, self confidence, fitness level.

    I don't know that I could "marry" a guy. Perhaps, if the circumstances were perfect, but...so many guy guys are head-fucked. To me, lots of "bi" guys seem better adjusted, mentally.

    I have a standing rule not to associate with pictureless / profileless / no heads because those are all attributes of deeper mental issues of low esteem, low confidence, dishonesty, and so forth. It seems to have served me well.

    At the end of the day, I think each person should come to like themselves. The rest follows. Sexuality is what it is...a small part of life, and, natural in whatever form. I certainly don't define my life over it.

    Number one turnoff: a pictureless, asking me if I'm a top or a bottom blasting me dick pis. How clueless.
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    Apr 02, 2007 11:15 PM GMT
    I got to agree with Chunkystud here.

    Not much else to say
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    Apr 02, 2007 11:16 PM GMT
    or chucky stud, woops, sorry dude
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    Apr 03, 2007 12:31 AM GMT
    Yes. I'm bi and enjoy both. My Sat's are usually full thank you.
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    Apr 03, 2007 1:56 AM GMT
    I play the "bi game" with my friends all the time, gay or straight. For straight guys, I use this scenerio: If you had NO other choice, who would you rather have sex with, Brad Pitt or Madeleine Albright? Any sane rational straight guy would say Brad Pitt. And for gay guys, I use the scenerio: Who would you rather have sex with, Heather Locklear or John Madden? Of course, this is just sex. I'd rather have dinner with John Madden and talk sports, and then bang Heather.
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    Apr 03, 2007 6:30 AM GMT
    Personally, i find the idea of bisexuality pretty hot. i consider myself gay, but i have at least had sex with a woman, pretty regularly for a couple years. I can't stand fags that are scared of vagina. come on, the thing is capable of multiple orgasms!
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    Apr 03, 2007 1:39 PM GMT
    I'm bi and I don't consider it a transition or state of confusion. I'm simply attracted to both sexes. There are things about each that attract me, but more importantly it's individual attributes for a particular person that I can be drawn to that determine my interest. In my case it could be either. I have to admit that it's easier to have a relationship with a woman because we men by nature seem to be more promiscous and the gay scene turns me off.
  • MikemikeMike

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    Apr 03, 2007 2:45 PM GMT
    I know it has been published that only 6% of the worlds population are truly "bi" but I have had relationships with both sexes-not short term, and I still am very attracted to both. I agree with what Chucky said! -nuff said.
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    Apr 03, 2007 10:36 PM GMT
    Scared of vaginas? I'm not scared of them. I'm utterly squicked out by them.
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    Apr 03, 2007 11:58 PM GMT
    as real as ,straights and gays,,and in my opinion outnumber the gay population
  • jc_online

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    Apr 04, 2007 12:07 AM GMT
    Bi really does exist, we can stop putting it in quotes. The prevalence of bi orientation is similar to that of left-handedness. Instead of the bell curves of eye color or height, hand use orientation and bi orientation are "Reverse L" curves (also called J curves). Google that!
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    Apr 04, 2007 2:41 AM GMT
    cutejockmasc is to funny!
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    Apr 04, 2007 2:49 AM GMT
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bisexuality
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    Apr 08, 2007 12:08 PM GMT
    Yes Virginia... there are bi's out there :)
    Sexuality is based on sexual preference and we're not either "gay" or "str8" we are attracted to both men and women all to a lesser or greater extent

    ...Here's an easy way to look at it
    we all like ice cream right?
    Some of us like vanilla and some like chocolate...very few like them exactly equal
    and very few also like one completely exclusively
    it's the same way with sexual preference
    and this is the basis for a lot of overt homophobia esp in the younger "str8" male community...they have some of these feelings and become very afraid of them
    and in the gay community too
    ...we all joke how we'd never touch a woman but many have in the past esp while they were closeted ... and if you really come down to it almost all of us can think up a scenario where it would be possible
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    Apr 20, 2007 3:56 AM GMT
    I'm bi, i have a girlfriend right now, but find some men very attractive. it exists. Whether you believe so or not, that's up to you.
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    Apr 26, 2007 12:37 AM GMT
    Sure it does, actually I am "Tri", I'll tri anything with the right guy!
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    Apr 26, 2007 12:44 AM GMT
    I think it's certainly possible for someone to find both men and women attractive. However, ultimately, I think you're wired one way or the other.

    Ask yourself this...how many "bi" people do you know who are openly bi or involved in (openly) gay relationships? I see a lot of "bi" guys online trying to hook up while their wives and girlfriends are out of town, but I don't really see too many being open and honest about who they are. In my mind, that has more to do with shame about one's (homo)sexuality than anything else.
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    Apr 26, 2007 4:10 AM GMT
    Of course many/most individuals are BI. Seriously, if the scale goes from Absolutely Being Exclusively Attracted to Males to Absolutely Being Exclusively Attracted to Females...then everything in between...means that people can be attracted to women or to men. That's bisexuality.

    I don't understand why anyone would make an issue of it, really.

    Now it may be true that the distribution is bimodal at the endpoints...so I don't know if Peter the Strong's assertion that most people are BI is correct...but it might be.

    I, sadly, at am the "correct" endpoint. :-)
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    Apr 26, 2007 5:12 AM GMT
    Actually according to the science they are not sure if bisexuality exists because it is hard to measure. Some professionals believe that it does not exist at all while others believe that the human race lies on a bell shaped curve with 96% of the population being bisexuals of different levels and only 2% at each end of the spectrum being completely homosexual or completely heterosexual. To put it simply…we are not quite sure yet and there is conflicting evidence, but there are a lot of creative ideas out there yet to research.

    p.s. this is coming from a student of Sex Psychology. I know my stuff. :)