Bisexuals...Why we  

Bi_Gent_Tx 46M
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8/6/2006 9:55 am

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3/18/2007 10:11 am

Bisexuals...Why we's the deal...I'm so fking tired of the flak all us bisexuals get from the str8's and gays/lesbians. Both the true gay's/lesbian's/straights think of bisexuals as undercover homosexuals. This is so not true! I can enjoy and even crave the sexuality of another man...Does that make me gay? Well the Str8's and Gays think so. There is one simple thing that sets bisexuals apart from Str8's and Gays. Bisexuals DO NOT FALL IN LOVE WITH THE SAME SEX! Bisexuals be it couples or singles are simply true hedonist. We enjoy pleasure without the complications of love. I can be in LOVE with a woman....but not a true I can love him as a friend...but the love that constitutes relationships such as's not happening. As bisexuals...we truly enjoy the best of both when we do let Gay's/Str8's in our lives your best bet is just ENJOY! It's all about the PLEASURE! So with that said...GET OVER IT OR GET LOST

marathonman45202 54M
6640 posts
8/6/2006 12:46 pm

Welcome to blogville. Always good to have another bisexual guy here! I hope you check out my blog some time!

LilSquirt_4mfm 68M/68F
3394 posts
8/6/2006 1:25 pm

i agree with u totally ...... except only i dont think of it as "hedonistic" ... not cumfortable with that term ...... but, a desire for sex with same sex is just that .. a desire .... doesnt have any conflict with mating .. .it's just sexual desire is all.

and yes, gays and strs put down bis .... their problem, not ours .... just ignore them.

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Bi_Gent_Tx 46M

8/6/2006 4:36 pm

Ok...I've read through your blog...and OMG didn't know so much could be done with a blog on here. Absolutely blew me away! By the way, I absolutely loved the articles on "squirters". My exwife was a true squirter and yes it absolutely tasted like sugar water.

rm_pantingFY 67M

9/6/2006 2:19 pm

I read your blog on Bisexuals and I agree with your comments totally. In my profile I say that men are for sex and women are for sex and relationships. I did not know that was how all or most bisexuals felt. As a matter of fact you are the only person I have run across that stated that as a requirement to being Bisexual. However, I consider myself a bisexual and that is how I feel. I have heard people say if it feels good it is good. Sex with a man does feel good. It is different than sex with a women. It has a entirely different feeling. I think that is one of the reasons I like it. I also believe that a lot of men are bisexual
If it came right down to it. Look at the prisons. I defy anyone stuck on a deserted island with another man to not have sex. I also sometimes think that what I really am is liberal. Being liberal I can see that sex is good No matter what form. Well that’s all I have to say. Bye

Hung4Hung469 49M

11/4/2006 1:26 pm

For myself, the problem is in using labels at all. Aside from personal and traditional standards of masculinity or femininity, our sexuality remains a question of what turns us on as individuals. From an emotional perspective, I have several friends, both male and female, who have same-sex spouses, yet they venture outside of their relationships for occasional sex play with someone of the opposite sex. Were these people truly "gay/lesbian" rather than bisexual, they'd likely have no desire for swinging with the opposite sex. From what I've been witness to in these relationships, bisexuality doesn't suggest any inherent emotional limitation for loving someone of the same sex as a life-partner. I feel that bisexuals are supremely fortunate in that when it comes to love and sex, it's not so much about specific "parts" as it is about people. It's possible that in the absence of psychosocial pressures and taboo's, the relationship landscape would look dramatically different. As always, to each his (or her) own.

crazygurl2xx 58F

1/21/2007 10:55 am

back in the day when i was living the lesbian lifestyle i had certain notions about bi-sexuals that i have since discarded. i am bi and quite possibly my guy is too. he is still a work in progress sexually as he is only 26, but he does find himself attracted to transsexuals of all things and transgender anything that looks mostly female.

does this make him gay? no. does it even make him bi? at this point, no.

so what's the big deal? in the past my discomfort with bi men has been my experiences with them... women as "beards" etc... you know what i am saying. my discomfort with bi women has been the monkey bar thing of back and forth when no man was involving them seriously. i never felt like it was purely sexual, but emotional in nature the way those people i knew way back in the '80's were dodging whatever it was they hoped to avoid... commitment, whatever.

anyway, that's my take on it and today's bi woman seems to be a different creature with a different agenda and i am down with that. i do not know so many bi men but i do know one straight man who is down with a man sucking his cock.i am with Hung up there... labels should be self-administered.

i am looking forward to keeping up with your blog. welcome!

Bi_Gent_Tx 46M

1/21/2007 12:13 pm

Thanks for responding...I guess it all boils down to the individual and self labeling. I guess my biggest bitch is how the bisexual is perceived by others. I don't think that just because a guy isn't opposed or enjoys oral sex by another man makes him bisexual..the term open minded comes to mind. Although, all through my teenage and early 20's I remember a comment by both gay and str8 friends, "Whether your pitching or catching you're still in the game." I disagree...but thats my perception.

wantingmore871 48M

3/14/2007 9:48 am

what a fantastic blog i could have said it better myself thank you for sticking up for the bi sexuals TOP MAN

Bi_Gent_Tx replies on 3/18/2007 10:11 am:
Glad you like it

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