relationships with Bisexuals

np702 np702
Would you be alright with a bi-sexual with whom you are in a relationship having sex with someone not of your sex while in the relationship?
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yes
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32  (21%)
no
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44  (29%)
depends on the situation
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75  (50%)
Total votes: 151
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ColorSplash ColorSplash
I would be open with it but only if they are honest about it.
03/17/2011
Yoda Yoda
I'd consider that cheating, regardless of their bisexuality.
03/18/2011
Solar Ray Solar Ray
Well if they are in a relationship with me then they are in a relationship with ME and not others. Sorry, but I expect monogamy when it's a "relationship".
03/26/2011
M. Roth M. Roth
I'm really unsure about this one... If we're supposed to be "exclusive," for lack of a better term so early, then it would bother me greatly. But it wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't so official... Or they brought the other person into our bedroom.
03/26/2011
Awby Awby
Nope, absolutely not ok if they are in an exclusive, committed relationship with me. I am bi and firmly believe that bi or pan is not a free pass to fuck whoever you want if you are in a committed relationship.
03/26/2011
cobiffle cobiffle
I would never do that because they could get with everybody
03/26/2011
KaraSutra KaraSutra
I've been in 2 relationships with people who were bi-sexual (one a male, one a female). Both times they were "committed" and very loving long term relationships that were also open, however we did have rules; complete honesty at all times, no people of the same gender (i.e. in the relationship with the woman it was okay to see men, but not other women. When in the relationship with the man it was okay to see other women, but no men), ALWAYS use protection, get prior approval from each other (no last minute, on the spot lays) and always discuss STD status with the person before being involved. I can honestly say we never once had any fights regarding the "openness" and if anything, it just strengthened our bond.

Of course being in a relationship that's "open" requires a lot of trust, respect, responsibility, comfort (with each other and within the relationship) and honesty. It's not something for everyone.

Maybe it was just us, but for the most part having intercourse with others didn't happen very often at all, maybe once or twice in an entire 2 and 4 year relationship.
03/26/2011
closed account closed account
regardless of gender, it's either a monogamous relationship or an open one. If you want to be monogamous, and that is the deal, being bi is not a free pass. being bisexual i can tell you it is not a big deal to only be with one gender. if someone tells ya otherwise, they are just looking for permission to cheat, or using it as an excuse to negotiate an open relationship.
03/26/2011
MeliPixie MeliPixie
In my eyes, cheating is cheating, and earns you a one way ticket out of my life. Sorry, love.
03/27/2011
MaryExy MaryExy
Quote:
Originally posted by M. Roth
I'm really unsure about this one... If we're supposed to be "exclusive," for lack of a better term so early, then it would bother me greatly. But it wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't so official... Or they brought the other person into our bedroom.
Agreed. A relationship is a relationship, but a threesome would be discussable.
03/27/2011
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
If it was pre-arranged that it was ok to have sex outside the relationship, yes. If it was a committed relationship, no it would be cheating. Relationship rules and standards don't change based on a person's sexuality.
03/28/2011
gone77 gone77
Quote:
Originally posted by Tori Rebel
If it was pre-arranged that it was ok to have sex outside the relationship, yes. If it was a committed relationship, no it would be cheating. Relationship rules and standards don't change based on a person's sexuality.
You said it perfectly, my dear.
04/04/2011
Love&War Love&War
This requires alot of trust, honesty, and responsibility on behalf of everyone involved regardless of gender.
04/07/2011
EvaChangeN EvaChangeN
honesty is the best policy and its not for everyone
04/11/2011
Ansley Ansley
I'm not okay with the person I'm with having sex with having sex with anyone else, regardless of gender/sex/preference.
04/11/2011
SiNn SiNn
Quote:
Originally posted by np702
Would you be alright with a bi-sexual with whom you are in a relationship having sex with someone not of your sex while in the relationship?
im bisexual we have a 3rd but tehre is no way id let them have sex with out me its all of us or none of us i dont share
06/11/2011
zeebot zeebot
Reeeeaaaally depends on the situation.
06/12/2011
CoffeeCup CoffeeCup
As long as I can watch!
06/12/2011
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by np702
Would you be alright with a bi-sexual with whom you are in a relationship having sex with someone not of your sex while in the relationship?
This would be something that should be discussed in advance preferably before the relationship starts.
Me? I wouldn't mind if my partner would include me and allow me to share compersion...not necessarily sharing the physical act but that shouldn't be off the table either, at least in any relationship I enter. Those are my firm stops.
06/12/2011
Crichton Crichton
My boyfriend and I are currently talking about this. Both of us will have same sex experiences, but I'm more willing to go 1005 with it seeing as I'm bisexual. He said he would have no problem having sex with a guy, but he rather be receiving anal and as for oral he rather give. He also mentioned that he doesn't want to kiss another guy. Both me and him are very picky on our same sex partners, but as long as we are both ok with it we have permission.

We both have mentioned that we would rather these encounters be while the other person is present. On my end because I'm more curious and want to see it since I have fantasized about it. On his end, he doesn't mind if I have relations with another female as long as I let him know beforehand. He did mention he wanted pictures and maybe video. I told him no because it would feel too much like cheating without him there.
07/19/2011
AmberM AmberM
it truly depends on the situation... I would probably let my man (or woman) have sex with another person if they REALLY wanted,but there would be alot of discussion on the topic first.
08/06/2011
Michael W Michael W
Well I am recently out of a long term relationship with a bisexual female (I am a bisexual male) and we had discussed this before we ever started dating. We both had laid out our rules, and were completely honest about it. Of the "rules" there were a few that were major no nos. One screwing an ex (We both had our share of exs in town) Two) We had to either experience it together, or get video or pictures. Sometimes we would be okay with just having the story told, before spending all night on the bed. We both were sex crazed maniacs, and although we were with each other constantly, we occasionally would still pick up a CLEAN friend we've known for ages and step outside of the "normal person" relationship. (For lack of a better word.) Us doing this never resulted in arguements, and we are still close friends after mutually agreeing to take some time off from the relationship.
08/06/2011
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
i can be kind of jealous in a relationship so probably not. unless it was a three some situation or something, i'm not going to be ok with it. and i wouldn't be with another woman either
08/06/2011
systematicweasel systematicweasel
Honestly, I prefer monogamy no matter the sexuality of the person =)
08/07/2011
frisky069 frisky069
Quote:
Originally posted by np702
Would you be alright with a bi-sexual with whom you are in a relationship having sex with someone not of your sex while in the relationship?
i wouldn't like that at all, because when i'm dating someone i'm dedicated to that one person, and only that person, otherwise it's cheating.
08/07/2011
Retro.old Retro.old
Monogamist or polygamist lifestyle has nothing to do with sexuality!!!!
08/11/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
No, under no circumstance would I let my partner cheat.
08/11/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
Quote:
Originally posted by Retro.old
Monogamist or polygamist lifestyle has nothing to do with sexuality!!!!
Amen!!!
08/11/2011
emiliaa emiliaa
Only if it were an open/polyamorous relationship....

Fuck guys who said "let me watch." Fuck every last one of you in the asshole.
08/11/2011
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Unique posters: 78