Another part of me also feels that I would feel very insecure as a woman as I don’t know if I would be enough to keep my partner happy and for that matter even satisfied if he still wishes to explore and be sexual with the same sex as himself.My theory is (and I could be completely wrong here) but bisexual people tend to be younger because the older you get I think if you wanted to experience another sex you already have or just didn’t want to at the time because it wasn’t for you.
With so many people refusing to recognise bisexuality as legitimate and forming negative stereotypes against them, bi men really have to have a strong sense of self and I find their open-minded mentality very sexy.Friends ask if I’m worried my guy will cheat on me with a man but I worry about this no more than him cheating on me with a woman.You don’t need a GSCE in maths to realise that makes bisexuality the second most common sexuality in the UK (in that demographic). I wouldn’t date a bisexual guy because a part of me believes that you just can’t be a 50/50 bisexual person and what I mean by that is that you are always going to be attracted to one sex a lot more than the other.There’s always going to be a preference and I can’t see my thoughts changing on that.
As long as you are happy and that your partner makes you happy than that’s all that matters.
Name: Laura Age: 27 Job: Special needs teaching assistant I would date a bisexual man and am actually doing so at the moment.