OMG! How cool! Sorry, I just thought this was an awesome thread because I was beginning to think this whole fake bi thing ONLY happened in my area. I am totally with you!
I had a couple of girlfriends in high school (I'm straight, I just mean actual close friends that are females) that would practically force themselves on me and our other female friends to get men's attention. There was one girl in particular who was extremely bad about it. She was very agressive about it too. She's VERY into men and will do anything/anyone (to be blunt) to get their attention. I've started to keep my distance the past few yrs because it was so bad. She would force her hands up our skirts, lift our dresses and smack our booties in front of guys just for attention & we DIDN'T WANT OUR BOOTIES SHOWN OR SMACKED. She lost a lot of close friends because she just wouldn't stop and it got to the point where we all felt violated!
Then I became serious with my current partner 5 years ago and all of our friends and myself were growing up and she was still the same. My partner couldn't stand to be around her because she was constantly telling him she wanted to F me and just all over me all the time and then I learned that a lot of men were actually running from this type of agressive thing rather than being attracted to it. I've heard most men say it was distasteful and trashy that she would pretend to be bi and go to such extremes when all of us girls clearly didn't want her dry humping us. So really, I don't think it's all it's cracked up to be and I don't think it attracts male attention in the way these pretend gays are hoping for. In fact, even the females who were real lesbians in our little circle didn't like that some girls would fake gay. They kind of felt it was a slap in the face and rude and I can understand that.
Anyways, my partner and I can't stand to be around someone like that. If you have to pretend to be gay for attention, somethings wrong and why not be who you are and leave the gay to the real gays? Lol. I think it's kind of rude to pretend to be gay when you aren't and it turned into a big trend in our area, but thankfully has died down since I was in high school.