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kawigrl kawigrl
do you think dating someone bisexual is emotionally more difficult than someone who is homosexual or heterosexual
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no
48  (83%)
yes
10  (17%)
Total votes: 58
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02/15/2012
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underHim underHim
If someone were to leave me for another woman I would be alot more insulted than if they left me for another man (both me and my husband are straight). Another man can give something I cant
02/15/2012
El-Jaro El-Jaro
You always wonder when the other shoe is going to drop.
02/15/2012
ellejay ellejay
I don't, but I'm a a 'bi partner' myself!
02/15/2012
Eliza Eliza
I don't think it should be. If you care about each other and trust each other, it should be no different.
02/15/2012
HannahPanda HannahPanda
Depends on the person, but it shouldn't be.
02/18/2012
lzbncrckhead lzbncrckhead
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
You always wonder when the other shoe is going to drop.
i agree with you !
02/28/2012
PirateofPenance PirateofPenance
Quote:
Originally posted by kawigrl
do you think dating someone bisexual is emotionally more difficult than someone who is homosexual or heterosexual
It ought not to be. All of the bisexuals I've dated have happened to be in really bad emotional states--it's just been bad luck, I suppose.
03/02/2012
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
I've dated my share of bisexual men and they seem more stable than my hetero partners. They seemed more secure of themselves and in control of their emotions. However, these are my personal experiences and by no means sums up the bi or hetero community.
03/02/2012
Bex1331 Bex1331
I am the bi partner so who knows I like to think of myself as pretty easy to date...
05/20/2012
Ciao. Ciao.
My partner is bi identified and I don't think that's ever caused any issues for our relationship. Being bi doesn't mean you can't be a faithful partner, or that you can't be totally monogamous in the right relationship.
05/21/2012
marshmallow marshmallow
no!.
05/31/2012
britanny0620 britanny0620
I don't see that it makes a difference, it depends on the PERSON. If my partner (my current partner is male) was attracted to males, it wouldn't bother me. It probably wouldn't even bother me if he wanted to experiment with or have sex with males as long as he were safe and I were allowed to have sex with women.
05/31/2012
KrissyNovacaine KrissyNovacaine
I think it is difficult to date someone who isn't settled into their sexuality yet. I am bi and dated a woman who told me she was lesbian. She had not experimented with her sexuality nor had she had much sex in general and we had a lot of issues because of it.
05/31/2012
vitriolicvertigo vitriolicvertigo
No way. Being bi versus gay doesn't make you harder to date. It's who you are as a person that does.
06/04/2012
thisisadeletedaccount thisisadeletedaccount
People of any orientation don't automatically have one personality type due to their orientation - straight people aren't all alike in relationships, why would bi people be? I prefer to date non-monosexual people - folks in the bi/pan/queer zone of things - because I'm pansexual and I like feeling like my orientation is respected and understood, which is easy to do if my partner shares it or has a similar orientation.
06/18/2012
nori nori
I think it really depends on the person. If you're dating someone who doesn't feel complete without the other side of their sexuality satisfied? It might be a bit difficult, with monogamy.
06/24/2012
iabicpl09 iabicpl09
I think it would depend on the person
06/24/2012
Bittenflame Bittenflame
I think it just comes with a few mmore insecurities than a lesbian
06/24/2012
lia ayala lia ayala
i think it depends
06/24/2012
ginainohio ginainohio
It can take its toll on someone
06/25/2012
PrincessYagami PrincessYagami
As long as they are committed it doesn't matter
11/08/2012
Vaginas Vaginas
this is a common misconception about bisexuals
11/08/2012
wickedclowns95 wickedclowns95
I'm bisexual and in my first same-sex relationship. I'm happy in my current relationship and I've been happy in opposite-sex relationships as well. I feel as if I'm a pretty easy person to have a relationship with provided the attraction is mutual.
02/01/2013
skippywashere skippywashere
I don't think sexuality has to do with it. It depends on the individual. Th personality and actions of the person determine if things get difficult, not their sexuality.
02/04/2013
happywaffle34 happywaffle34
Quote:
Originally posted by kawigrl
do you think dating someone bisexual is emotionally more difficult than someone who is homosexual or heterosexual
uggghhhhhh all relationships are complicated but what isn't worth working for?
02/10/2013
Marie Hanna Marie Hanna
Yes. Simply because it would blur the lines a little.
02/11/2013
Total posts: 27
Unique posters: 27