A question about bisexuality....

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A question about bisexuality....

HotMess;) HotMess;)
OK, so I don't know how to google this question, so I thought I would ask my fellow eden members I have been in heterosexual relationships all my life. The last few years I have experimented with women several times, but it has only been sexual. I have no interest in having a full relationship with another female, not that I am against it for others, it just isn't for me. So does that make me bisexual or heterosexual? This may be a silly question, but I really want to know. Thanks!!!
09/10/2012
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geekkink geekkink
Quote:
Originally posted by HotMess;)
OK, so I don't know how to google this question, so I thought I would ask my fellow eden members I have been in heterosexual relationships all my life. The last few years I have experimented with women several times, but it has only been sexual. ...
Bisexuality is an attraction to both sexes.
09/10/2012
Wonderstruck Wonderstruck
I have never been in a relationship with a girl, I have messed around plenty of enough times though. All of my relationships have been with a male. There was one time I was crushing on a girl though but nothing ever came out of it.
09/11/2012
bdan bdan
If you enjoy having sex with woman and men I would say you maybe bi.
09/11/2012
Ansley Ansley
Bisexuality requires a romantic inclination/dispositio n towards cis-females and cis-males.

The fact that you have no interest in a romantic relationship with a cis-female would label you as "hetero-flexible" in terms of physical pleasure, but not romantic fulfillment.
09/11/2012
Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
While everyone else is correct, I personally believe that you're sexuality is whatever you want to label it as. Don't let other people decide for you. I've chosen to identify as hetero-flexible myself because I'm not interested in a relationship with a female, but I have messed around with females before. No body else can decide if I'm bisexual or hetero-flexible. Same with my old roommate. She identified as a lesbian but she would, on alcohol fueled occasions, sleep with men. She wasn't romantically attracted to them so she still identified herself as a lesbian.
09/11/2012
Ciao. Ciao.
I will add to what @Lildrummergurl7 by saying your identity is your purely, and you really shouldn't get hung up on which label best fits you. I think we all sometimes get too hung up on labeling/categorizing rather than just saying you like what you like, no big deal.

I think you have plenty of justification to call yourself bi, hetero-flexible, or something else entirely. Really it's up to you.
09/11/2012
NymphetamineKiss NymphetamineKiss
You could call it whatever you like. If you wanted a really thorough definition, I'd be drawn to "Bisexual, hetero-romantic".
09/11/2012
geekkink geekkink
Quote:
Originally posted by Ansley
Bisexuality requires a romantic inclination/dispositio n towards cis-females and cis-males.

The fact that you have no interest in a romantic relationship with a cis-female would label you as "hetero-flexible" in terms of physical ...
That is not true, Bisexuality is an attraction to both men and women, romantic relationships have nothing to do with it. Bi-sexuality implies physical attraction only, Who you will date is another matter all together. There are several factors that hamper relationships in society, many people being bisexual, forgo the dating aspect because they do not wish to deal with the negative social stigma.
09/12/2012
geekkink geekkink
Quote:
Originally posted by Lildrummrgurl7
While everyone else is correct, I personally believe that you're sexuality is whatever you want to label it as. Don't let other people decide for you. I've chosen to identify as hetero-flexible myself because I'm not interested in a ...
Thank you
09/12/2012
Squirtz Starz Squirtz Starz
Quote:
Originally posted by HotMess;)
OK, so I don't know how to google this question, so I thought I would ask my fellow eden members I have been in heterosexual relationships all my life. The last few years I have experimented with women several times, but it has only been sexual. ...
You are curios. nothing to be ashamed of just let the girls know that you don't want anything more than something sexual
09/12/2012
PepperPot PepperPot
If sexual orientation exists on some kind of continuum, then your experimentations suggests you might be closer to bisexual than heterosexual. But then, sexual identity, i.e. what you choose to call yourself, is really up to you. You could conceivably identify as mostly or entirely heterosexual, while still performing homosexual sex acts. At any rate, it sounds like you're having fun, and that's a good thing
09/12/2012
himynameissteph himynameissteph
I would say if you are attracted to women, then yes.
09/13/2012
brandi2009 brandi2009
Quote:
Originally posted by HotMess;)
OK, so I don't know how to google this question, so I thought I would ask my fellow eden members I have been in heterosexual relationships all my life. The last few years I have experimented with women several times, but it has only been sexual. ...
I would say bisexual. Personally, it's easier for me to be in a relationship with a man to because I feel like the companionship is so much better. But, on the honest side of things I would be probably be a little afraid to have a serious relationship with a woman(to which I prefer sexually) based on fear of rejection of my own family and friends. A little silly, but honest.
05/10/2013
oneeyedoctopus oneeyedoctopus
You should describe yourself in whatever way feels most comfortable to you.
05/10/2013
Trysexual Trysexual
Quote:
Originally posted by Ansley
Bisexuality requires a romantic inclination/dispositio n towards cis-females and cis-males.

The fact that you have no interest in a romantic relationship with a cis-female would label you as "hetero-flexible" in terms of physical ...
That's how I would describe it.
05/10/2013
Troubleinmyarms Troubleinmyarms
I would like some opinions of this situation. I recently found out that my husband of MANY years has been secretly watching porn and masturbating, which wouldn't bother me, except he says it is my fault and he doesn't enjoy it. We have sex several times a week but if he doesn't climax (he has physical problems) he says we didn't have sex. Also, I found out that he enjoys watching gay male porn. He seems to enjoy seeing the hard dicks, guys giving blow jobs to each other and watching anal sex. He even forced me to watch a gay oral scene. He says he is straight...I asked him if he was gay and I was not angry but wanted him to have the chance to be happy. He got REALLY mad and started yelling at me that he wasn't gay, he doesn't know why he watches it (except I force him to do it). What do you think? This has really been a problem for us and I think we will end in divorce. Thank you for your opinions.
05/10/2013
peachmarie peachmarie
I would think that make's you B.I. I've exclusively been in m/f relationships but am very attracted to women.
10/15/2013
JinxPinx JinxPinx
sounds more like 'heteroflexible' to me..
Jan 28, 12:39 pm
peachmarie peachmarie
I'm not sure, there are so many specific "labels" that everyone likes to apply, I suppose like many have said, you can be what you wish to be.
Mar 21, 7:44 pm
Tigerlily808 Tigerlily808
Quote:
Originally posted by HotMess;)
OK, so I don't know how to google this question, so I thought I would ask my fellow eden members I have been in heterosexual relationships all my life. The last few years I have experimented with women several times, but it has only been sexual. ...
I'm exactly like you. I like having sex with both men and women, however, I approach them differently when it comes to relationships. With men, I prefer both physical and emotional relationships. With women, I'm in it for the sex. Now I did fall for a girl in high school, but that was the first time I ever felt something for the same sex. So it was probably lust not love. Anyway, I identify as bisexual. Others may identify me as heteroflexible, which is having sex/sexual encounters with men way more than women. It really doesn't matter what label you put on it. You like what you like.
Jul 3, 8:42 pm
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