I lifted this question from another thread and thought that it would be a good topic to addressed separately.Originally Posted by someotherguy
Why don't bisexual women put out or include bisexual men in their ads? Do we too see them as a social pariah as the
straight and gay communities do?
Now, I'm not just saying this, I honestly mean it, but if I were single and dating I would prefer to date a bisexual
man than a straight one. And I would prefer to date a bisexual woman than a lesbian. Not to say that anything is
wrong with straight men or lesbians but rather because I'm bisexual, I would rather just keep it in the family. But in
regards to bisexual men not being included in the ads of bisexual women I think it might be partly due to many women
having already experienced what it's like to be with a man and wanting to experience what it's like
to be with a woman.
Personally I wish my husband was bisexual but not just because I want someone who can relate to what's it's like to be
bisexual. But also because I find men who have such fluidness in their sexuality to be extremely appealing. So if I was in a situation
where I was attracted to two men at the same time but could only choose one, with one being straight, the other bi, I would
choose the bi guy hands down with no hesitation.