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Some bi people are more romantically attracted to men and more physically attracted to women. Some bisexuals are attracted to people who conform to mainstream gender norms; some are attracted specifically to people who defy those norms. For some bis, gender is an important part of attraction. For other bi people, it is. Over 80 percent of bisexuals end up in “straight” relationships—why? Amaranta. Age: 27. Call me, Horny always, 24/7, sexy blonde with really big boobs! Woolf used the gender switch to avoid the book being banned for homosexual content. Apr 1, - As a bisexual woman myself, I can't deny that something about this stereotype that rings true; bi women do seem to romantically engage, or “end up” with men far more often than with woman. But is this really because we prefer a life of white-picket simplicity and comfort? Or could it be that, when it comes to. September. Age: 24. Welcome to the world of LuxuriousTouch Questions & Answers Aug 26, - A new study from Notre Dame shows women's sexual identities are more 'flexible' than men's. May 4, - When I started dating a woman for the first time after years of happily dating men, I had a go-to joke for when I was called upon to explain my sexual. Darla. Age: 28. tender many kisses and hug May 19, - Woman A: Sometimes with men, you would sit there wondering if they were just trying to date you because you were bi. I also dated a girl once who, like, expected me to fuck up and leave her. When we finally broke up, she said, "I knew I never should have dated a bi girl!" and I just thought, Ouch. I've also. Apr 21, - In all seriousness, being a bisexual female, other females believe it is a phase. It isn't; I am attracted to both genders. I prefer a dick inside me more than rubbing my clit with another female though. And the men I've been with think it's hella sexy and want a threesome. Every fucking time. Like no, bisexual. Jan 14, - Being a bi male in today's society is still a source of confusion and misinformation for most. The sad fact is, despite sexuality very much being a spectrum that can shift and evolve as a person grows into themselves, being bisexual is still stigmatized. The reason behind the intense stigmatization is the lack of.