Before I post (especially because I'm new here) I would like to say that I mean NOTHING offensive by the following question and implications therein, I'm just very curious what ideas others might have about it.
Ok, so, it's kind of culturally accepted that gay and straight men and woman all have stereotypical characteristics, and, though on all sides, of course, these stereotypes are not "correct" and there are many who break this mold, I still think I can say that there are qualities that would identify a gay man as being gay, or a straight woman as being straight, so on.
My question is, do you think there are any characteristics/personality types/whatever you want to call it that indicates if someone is bisexual. I met a girl a few months ago, and she turned out to become a very good friend of mine, and the very first day I met her, she said, "You're bisexual, aren't you?" Now, I don't think I exhibit many traits that would tip me off, but then, I don't know what traits those would be, because I certainly don't act in any stereotypical "gay" sense. Any thoughts?
And I would like to repeat that I don't believe stereotypes to be something to guide one's life, just that there are certain reasons for some of these stereotypes to pop up. Many of my gay friends are very feminine, which fits the mold, though of course some aren't too.