I think that the stupid old line that men can not be bisexual is based on old homophobic reactions from a messed up society. Amberette is right. Either sex can be bisexual... not just women. Men just think the thought of women with women is hot and so they somehow do not disapprove of that side of female bisexuality.
You might want to ask yourself which sex you are attracted to romantically rather than sexually. Then, rather then worrying about giving yourself a label. You can get to the business of finding love in your life. And if both appeal to you in that way... then think of it this way, you have just increased your chance of finding love 100%. Or is that 50 or 200%? Well you know what I mean... twice as many choices.
Frankly it always seemed to me, a heterosexual, that my bisexual friends are the happier sort.
Seriously, Sammy... are you saying that you don't think there aren't many people out there ("few if anyone") that are 100% heterosexual?
I have to say... I have absolutely no desire to be with a man, sexually.
Now, that being said, I have zero problem with homosexuality, bisexuality, or any other'sexuality that's out there, and am completely and totally okay with whatever one chooses to be (or is born as, whatever the case may be).
Just curious if I'm reading your comment correctly.
I like to be around women more than men.
But I would like to have gay sex more than I want to do it with a woman...?
What does that make me?"
It still makes you a bisexual, just that your sexual and romantic orientations are a bit at odd with one another. Maybe you will find a woman with whom you can have great sex, or find the exceptional guy you can fall in love with.
"And... do you need to like anal sex (receiving) to be liking gay sex?"
No, I know a couple of gay and bi guys who are not into anal. I also know a couple of straight guys who are into anal, even receiving it (by a woman, with the help of dildos etc.).
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