It's one of the oldest cliches in the book, that somehow having sex with a man makes you less 'manly' and less attractive to women. But actually the opposite is often true, and society is finally catching on. I'm a bisexual man. I've had sex with men, women and long lasting relationships with both. Personally, I have no preference. If I find someone entertaining or sexy I'll go for it, we'll work out what's going on in the bedroom when we get there.
10 women on what it's really like to date a bisexual man
Why I’m Open to Dating Bisexual Men
I got a question from a reader seeking advice, and I wanted to respond to him publicly since I think others might benefit from discussing these issues. Should I tell her at all? Issue 1: First of all, this is interesting to me since most of the bi guys I hear from have more experience with women. If you prefer men, you should be with a man. You only get one life I think , and I would not want to waste it on a life long compromise.
I'm A Bisexual Man: Why Is That So Hard For Me To Say?
There are so many ridiculous and v ignorant and damaging myths and misconceptions surrounding bisexuality. And one of the most common comes from straight, non-trans women, who say they wouldn't date a bi man. But the stigma is real people! Here, women who've dated bisexual men explain what it's actually like.
Sometimes it is easier to pretend I'm straight or gay than deal with people's perception of my bisexuality. I saw drag queens in feather boas and old ladies in matching vests and bears in leather and fishnet shirts and two men holding hands, screaming and yelling, wearing Old Navy cargo pants and Niners jerseys, pushing their baby through the crowd in a stroller. I was so happy to be there I shelled out three bucks for a noisemaker. I'd just moved back to the Bay Area from upstate New York, where I'd gone to grad school for two years and lived for the first time as a fully out bi man. You didn't see things like San Francisco Pride in Syracuse.