Bisexuality  

adventurousinia 46M/49F
6 posts
3/2/2005 1:21 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Bisexuality

While it is common practice for women to list themselves as bisexual, bicurious, or some other bi appellation that doesn't seem to be the case with men although our personal experience on swinger sites seems to indicate that bisexuality on different levels is just as prevalent among men as women. We were just wondering what the thoughts of others were on this matter.


hotiowastud2 53M

9/17/2005 8:56 am

They occur...thoughts that is...


rm_bulldogko4 42M

9/24/2005 7:07 am

it is funny to me how bi women are acceptable but so many men are so insecure they are closed to it or afraid to say it. as i love women, i also enjoy a mans c##k. a man truely can suck very well and i think it is empowering when i do. i am not ashamed to say i am bi sexual and i like when a woman accepts that


rm_TrueBiGuy69 47M

10/31/2005 7:08 am

I've noticed that when a man is a little apprehensive about listing himself as Bi(curious, sexual), he may list as "prefer not to say". That, I guess, is safer. Could it be that before a man marrys and settles down, he may have a little same sex experience, but ignores it or "forgets" it once he is coupled. Then later as the couple begins to seek some variety in their sex lives, the man feels able or at least comfortable to allow himself to experience those things he misses from his younger life. Puberty and adolesence (as well as college) allow experimentation that, for some reason, is not acceptable in adults who happen to be married. I believe this is unfortunate as most people enjoy trying new things for most, if not all of their lives. I know I like trying new things. Sensual and sexual included. These are just thoughts. I've no expert knowledge, just a few observational skills. I could be wrong.


rm_cutiepie4u79 37F
123 posts
6/27/2006 7:03 pm

I think regardless of what one chooses as their orientation it should always be with fun and safety intended

Miss Cutiepie4u


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