Bisexual? What's the deal?  

rm_Hotnhornee77 40M
5 posts
8/18/2005 9:23 am

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Bisexual? What's the deal?

OK. So it is ok for ladies to be bi but not for guys? It would seem to me that we are still playing the double standards. I love it when I hear women say they want equality but then put stipulations or exceptions to what they want equal. I guess people still feel they are entitled to "have their cake and eat it too".

So, here's my point of view on the subject.

GUYS: Your lady is kind enough to give you what you want. I know I have heard ladies say that they aren't really into: large cocks, black men, gangbangs, anal and etc. However, they still do it for you. Maybe you should try to extend the same courtesy. You'd be surprised how many of your ladies, wives or girlfriends actually have thought about seeing it.

LADIES: If it something you want to see say so. Don't be quiet. You'd probably be surprised how many of your men are "curious" about it but don't want to let you know because they don't know how you'd respond or react. Most men have problems with rejection, admittedly or not, getting turned down still sucks and affects their egos. Rejection is still rejection.

Now, that said I am not saying that everyone is going to try it. I mean come on, think about it. We all have fantasies, some we try and some we don't. But a healthy relationship entails being open and honest. Just because a member of the couple says they have thought about it doesn't mean you have to do it. It just means that they respect you enough to be open and honest with you at all times. That is a good thing.

In the swinglifestyle we talk constantly about discretion. Well, that means what happens between the parties stays between the parties. Hello!?!? Who cares what happens behind closed doors? Is it really anyone else's business? I think not. I know myself I'd try a lot of different things to please the person I am with.

redmustang91 58M  
8924 posts
8/18/2005 9:51 am

I think female bisexuality is much more accepted than male bisexuality. Not sure why, but I think it has something to do with the male stereotype of being dominant so being the botom or receiver of a dick is seen as humiliating or lower power/status? It makes no sense, but many human ideas or fantasies make no sense.

entropic69 62M/60F

8/18/2005 10:50 am

Hey, it's been a long road to overcome taboos... and the taboo against guy guy sex is so strong...
I'm trying to accept where anyone is in their development, and not assume it's set in stone.
Check out my recent blog about the bisexual stuff... you'll see that I agree it's high time male bisexuality be opened up the same way female is becomming. But it's going to be a hard road (if you'll forgive the intentional pun). I think women are more open to the idea than men, and men are more careful about admitting to being open to guys, even when they are.
Good for you for challenging assumptions!
and happy cock sucking!

Heteroflexible2 44M
10 posts
8/18/2005 10:52 am

Bisexuality, it is really hot seeing two women make out and have sex, after all most porno movies have it, but have you ever seen an entire movie of bisexuals. I have and it is hot, I am bisexual and I like it that way since my chances increase of getting late, but I have encounter with the tipical male who wants to dominte and just fuck, and fuck and so on. It doesn't mean that I don't like to be dominated, but I also don't want to be the bitch all the time, I want to get it in too and make that son of a bitch feel it inside of him. Now females, that is something different, you have from the really passive that only laids down on bed and spread her legs as she was a sack of meat, ready to be spiced, or the want to whants to be a whore but doesn't want to act as it. Dick is dick here or there, but there are some of us who know how to use it and enjoy it. Now if she doesn't want to give you a bj, well you got to used only once and disregard.

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