Would you be with someone who is bisexual?

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If you're gonna say no, because it makes it as twice as to cheat, then let me tell you. A cheater is a cheater, if it gay/straight/bi, nothing excuse cheating, even it was a girl going for a girl, or a man going for a man, its called cheating when you go to any other person who is not the one you're in relationship with, end of the story. Nothing defends cheating no matter what the case was.
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  • I don't know if it would necessarily be a deal breaker or not, but I would certainly prefer that my partner wasn't bisexual. It's not that it would make her "twice as likely to cheat" exactly. Rather, it's that, in straight male + straight female relationships, we accept certain boundaries between one partner and everyone of the opposite sex as being reasonable--such as:
    - no hugging
    - no changing in front of each other
    - no sharing a bed
    etc.
    Those reasonable boundaries all of a sudden become less reasonable when they are applied to 100% of the population instead of 50%. So with a bisexual partner, those boundaries would either have to be expanded to the point that even the most restrained people would struggle to maintain--or discarded entirely. I, for one, simply refuse to discard them. Sorry, not sorry. So if I'm with a bi girl and she's perfectly ok with never hugging anyone but me, never changing in front of anyone but me, etc. ever again? No complaints here. But slim chance, and I don't really blame them. I think everyone would be better off if I stuck with straight girls.

  • If you have never had the experience, you can talk about this subject in intellectual terms that simply make you beam with your virtue signalling. But everything you say is just hypothetical bullshit. It's like freshmen girls sitting around the dorm talking about their opinions on abortion. Let one of them get pregnant and THEN you'll know how they really feel about the subject.

    I was married to a bisexual woman who cheated on me with another woman. I could satisfy her desires for sex with a man but if she wanted sex with another woman, then she had to cheat. Yes, I know that not all bisexuals are unfaithful. You can try to explain this with all the logic in the world, but when you have a wife cheat on you with another woman, the response is based on emotion, not logic. So. . . don't bother to tell me that I'm wrong.

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  • For me, no way. What if he decided i wasn't enough and needed what only a man has. I can't take sharing. Now that said, in the past i have been playful. With my man we would have other women involved. But its not a need its just simple fun. I need a man. I can turn off my liking women. But even doing that put me at risk because what if he decided he liked her and wanted her again, or what if i opened up a relationship with her that he wouldve never known and i lost him. But as far as a man i was with being bi, i can't even picture a man i am devoted to being with another man. I am not attracted to that, so it would be a turn off.

  • Yes, I would be. Don't really care about someone's sexual orientation. If they are attracted to me and we have a good relationship, that's all that matters.

    My ex friends with benefits was bi. I am also bi myself so bi or straight, doesn't bother me.

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  • Yes, because there is nothing wrong with being bisexual.

    And I agree with your update totally based on being in a committed relationship.

    Would you be with someone who is bisexual?
    • Its an abomination the bible says it

  • Of course a bisexual person is twice as likely to cheat - give or take, they are attracted to twice as many people - and whatever they enjoy about sex, chances are they're only getting half of it from you. On the other hand, if they're going to cheat it's half as likely to result in an unwanted pregnancy. Ideally though bisexual people should have opposite-sex relationships with people who don't mind them also having same-sex partners. Cheating is least likely in this configuration, because when the itch sneaks up on them they've got a legal and relatively safe alternative.

  • I am bisexual and have a boyfriend who is as well. I see nothing wrong with it

  • I'm bi.

    I know we're not bad people, generally. That said, every group has assholes, so I wouldn't date someone JUST because they're bi. We've gotta be compatible.

  • Yes. I see no problem. If we are incomparable we are incompatible. It dissent matter why. Likewise.. if we are compatible we are compatible 🤷‍♀️

    • And tbh I don't know... I may be as well

    • You don't have to be bi to accept or be with someone who is bi...🤷🏻‍♂️

    • Of course not But I was thinking I may be and if I was, it wouldn’t affect my relationship.. some people think being bi means twice as likely to cheat 😂🤦‍♀️🤷‍♀️😁

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  • Being Bi myself, hell yeah I would.

  • Not for me.

    • Why is that if i may ask...

    • Not interested in having to deal with twice the competition.

    • @PondyPand I'm in total agreement with you.

  • No. Not interested in bisexual men. I lose all attraction for them.

  • I am married to a bisexual woman. I'm also bisexual myself.

  • Yeah, I am bi as well, and even if I wasn't it wouldn't be a bother. If you date me, you're obviously into me and me you, so I would trust you as much as any other non-bi partner.
    But yes dating a bisexual is nice, you can discuss boys/girls and pretty celebrities ☺

  • I have been before. I don't see why someone being attracted to either gender is a problem. They chose me for a reason, that is enough for me.

  • I was, in college, and I 'shared' her with her girlfriend, and it worked well, because we all knew each other, and our 'love' just liked different things that I could do for her, sometimes, and other things her girlfriend could do.

  • Not an immediate deal-breaker, but I definitely treat it like an early warning potential for other issues, thanks to previous experience with bi girls.

  • Yeah, I’m open to it.

  • As a woman, I wouldn't like my man to be involved with another man.

    • But he wouldn't be he would be with you.

    • @Nikola99 u never know with faggots lol

    • I mean if he is with you then he is with you. if he was with a guy before he started dating you thats another thing

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  • My boyfriend’s bi but leans towards girls a lot more anyways. Bi people are usually hard to identify since they just act like “regular” people until they tell you. I don’t see anything wrong with it, just means their attraction pool is larger than someone who is straight. Plus just cause someone’s straight doesn’t mean the whole 1 gender population is in their preference, same goes with other sexualities.

  • I guess so, if she preferred men anyway.

  • Because if they want and love me who cares what they're into?

  • Nope cause I'm straight af and only want to date straight guys.

    Well maybe if I like really really love someone and found out they're bi, I'd give them a chance.

  • Sure why not? If they can be loyal, for sure.

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