Do you think there are different levels of bisexuality?

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Do you think there are different levels of bisexuality?

ViVix ViVix
I see that bisexual topics aren't really being discussed. Hopefully, we will get the ball rolling!
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Yes. Bisexual individuals can have different levels of preference. (Example 80% of the time attracted to men, 20% attracted to women)
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57  (100%)
No. Bisexual is just that. You want them both.
Bisexuality isn't actually real. You're either homosexual or heterosexual.
Total votes: 57
Poll is closed
01/23/2012
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Ansley Ansley
Just a heads-up, when you do polls like this and you're asking for opinions that might reveal someone's outlook that is less than sex positive, you might want to make voting private so that people will give you their "true" answer instead of the politically correct answer. If they choose to expound on their reasoning in the comments, that's their choice.


I personally feel like very few people are truly 50/50 in regards to their personal preferences when it comes to gender, but I do believe that all human beings are capable of experiencing pleasure with both sexes if they'd just open their mind to the opportunity and give society's views on the matter a big 'ol stiff middle finger.
01/23/2012
squire squire
I think there are degrees of bisexuality within all of us, very reminiscent of Kinsey's Sexual orientation scale Kinsey Scale. There are so many experiences in our lives, be it being born a particular way, experimentation, abuse ectect all of which adds color to our sexual spectrum. We like who we like, and those preferences can change throughout the life cycle, however I also think that it's societies dogmatic nature and "need to classify everything" that creates these measurements and degrees of evaluation that really don't serve anyone but the researchers.
01/23/2012
Kkay Kkay
Agreed with Squire on the Kinsey scale.
01/23/2012
El-Jaro El-Jaro
I've heard of and read about the Kinsey Scale. Honestly, I prefer not to think about it. As it would relate to other people, I feel it wouldn't be fair to label someone.

People will like who people will like.

Just my thoughts...
01/23/2012
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
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Originally posted by ViVix
I see that bisexual topics aren't really being discussed. Hopefully, we will get the ball rolling!
my bisexuality fluxes depending on the day really.
01/23/2012
Curiouscat Curiouscat
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Originally posted by aliceinthehole
my bisexuality fluxes depending on the day really.
I'm like this to Just depends.
01/23/2012
leelee leelee
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Originally posted by El-Jaro
I've heard of and read about the Kinsey Scale. Honestly, I prefer not to think about it. As it would relate to other people, I feel it wouldn't be fair to label someone.

People will like who people will like.

Just my thoughts...
i agree
01/23/2012
dhig dhig
i definitely think that people can have different levels of feelings, yea
01/23/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
I don't even really consider myself bisexual, though I'm in a relationship with a man. I consider myself a "lesbian with a boyfriend" because I am attracted to all women and no other man.
01/23/2012
lcl169 lcl169
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Originally posted by Nazaress
I don't even really consider myself bisexual, though I'm in a relationship with a man. I consider myself a "lesbian with a boyfriend" because I am attracted to all women and no other man.
This happened to me, too. I was in a relationship with a man for 5 years. I considered myself a lesbian with a boyfriend... until I realized that, although I was in love with him, I didn't desire him physically. I'm not saying this is or will be the case for you, or anyone else... just my personal experience!
01/23/2012
QSBybakd QSBybakd
Of course there are. I am bisexual girl, but when I think of myself in a relationship I really only think of being with a man. I don't crave a deep romantic relationships with other girls (unless she is just incredibly special to me and amazing and all that jazz, but that has never really happened before). I find women more physically attractive than men, though, and I find myself freaking out sometimes and looking away when I see a man partially naked, lol. I'm assuming it's just nerves and that I feel more comfortable with female nudity than male, especially being a virgin, but still. Even some of my bisexual friends find me really weird because of all this.
01/24/2012
True Pleasures True Pleasures
Every one is unique, and everyone's sexuality is unique. I most definitely think that it can fluctuate, like any other thing.
01/24/2012
QSBybakd QSBybakd
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Originally posted by True Pleasures
Every one is unique, and everyone's sexuality is unique. I most definitely think that it can fluctuate, like any other thing.
Exactly! Everyone is different, and sexuality is fluid. And that is totally natural.
01/24/2012
RonLee RonLee
The fluidity of one's attractions help make life more fun.
01/24/2012
Chirple Chirple
Definitely not just "50/50". In my personal experience, it can fluctuate throughout ones lifetime, too.
01/24/2012
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
I'm not bisexual personally, though several of my closest friends are. A few of the women sexually prefers other women, but prefer romantic relationships with men. My closest bisexual male friend isn't really interested in an exclusive relationship with another man, because he prefers women in general, but loves the idea of being in a poly group with another man and a woman. Some of my bisexual friends are roughly 50/50, some have a preference towards same-sex, some have a preference for opposite sex. It's one of those things that really is extremely relative.
01/24/2012
Lucky21 Lucky21
Oh yeah! Totally believe that this is actually the way that everyone is.
01/24/2012
FemmeFlo FemmeFlo
There are totally different levels. And they can fluctuate too. Sometimes I find myself being more attracted to women, and at other times, I feel more attracted to men.
01/24/2012
Swish Swish
it depends, sexually most people have a preference, but bi is bi and there will always be a preference its hard to be exactly 50 50
01/25/2012
CreamySweet CreamySweet
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Originally posted by ViVix
I see that bisexual topics aren't really being discussed. Hopefully, we will get the ball rolling!
I think yes because I am not alternative lifestyle and I don't really consider myself to be BI - though I am very comfortable being naked with another woman and have had sex with four women in my past - though I don't seek them out and if it never happened again it would not bother me. I much prefer cock but the female-female thing was more a matter of circumstance. I do find girls hot to look at and watching girl-girl in movies or in person turns me on, but I don't have a craving to be part of it. I won't complain if a girl comes up to me and kisses me or even does stuff to me and I will fully reciprocate but I probably will never initiate. XOX Creamy
01/25/2012
voenne voenne
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Originally posted by FemmeFlo
There are totally different levels. And they can fluctuate too. Sometimes I find myself being more attracted to women, and at other times, I feel more attracted to men.
Yes. To say that you must like both equally in order to be bi, would be impossible. Men and women are so different.
01/25/2012
PeachieClean PeachieClean
I've never found a woman that I could actually *date*. I can hardly handle having them as friends. Just not a fan of their personalities. They are physically attractive though.

Men, on the other hand, aren't attractive to me. Not physically. Their personalities are what attract me. The good news for me is that I'm 90% attracted to personality and 10% physical-ness. So, I can still have a healthy sexual relationship with a man, I'll just oogle girls on the side. But I do consider myself bisexual, since I enjoy sex with both genders. (Separately, I'm not big on threesomes. Too much to focus on, and not enough focus on me. =P)
01/26/2012
Girly Girl Girly Girl
maybe
01/26/2012
ViVix ViVix
Hey, girlies! Thanks for all the replies. Really, I just wanted a conversation on bisexuality, as there aren't many discussions on the site yet! However, I do agree I could have made votes private. Then again, where I'm from, people don't care if they are politically correct. I've heard more than a dozen people say bisexuality doesn't actually exist. BUT I feel so much better that 100% of the votes have been what I will call "pro-bisexuality." Just getting a feel for the site! Again, thanks to all!!
01/26/2012
ViVix ViVix
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Originally posted by PeachieClean
I've never found a woman that I could actually *date*. I can hardly handle having them as friends. Just not a fan of their personalities. They are physically attractive though.

Men, on the other hand, aren't attractive to me. Not ...
I love how you mention threesomes! It seems like anytime you admit you are bisexual, men are always trying to throw another woman in the mix!
01/26/2012
nori nori
I think you're going to have a tough time finding much for discussion here. It's a fairly liberal sex toy site; I'm not sure many people who are going to be looking in the lgbt forum, will have very conservative views on sexuality. ^^;
01/26/2012
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
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Originally posted by nori
I think you're going to have a tough time finding much for discussion here. It's a fairly liberal sex toy site; I'm not sure many people who are going to be looking in the lgbt forum, will have very conservative views on sexuality. ^^;
I don't think it's just a conservative view that bisexuality doesn't exist - the two main camps who don't believe in it seem to fall either on the "They should just control themselves and choose not to be attracted to the same sex" or "They are just in denial about being homosexual". Just saying that's my experience, since I have never had a bisexual friend who hasn't had an ex who tried to "fix" them, gay or straight.
01/26/2012
Hallmar82 Hallmar82
We have a "lesbian" friend who is really bisexual. However, because she is also attracted to men (maybe 20% of the time), she keeps it secret from her other lesbian friends. She is afraid that if they found out, they would not be accepting of her dating a man (even though she used to in her teens). I think it is weird that the homosexual community is just as intolerant of bisexuality as some religious communities. I think it is one of the reasons why many "lesbians" don't like the "gold star" label too.
01/26/2012
zecookiepuss zecookiepuss
I absolutely believe their are different levels... everyone is on different parts of the spectrum.
01/26/2012
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