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We are a happily married bisexual couple who are seeking other bisexuals. We have been married since the mid-80's and are committed life partners. Our children are now adults and all but one have left the nest. We enjoy being together. We are 420 friendly. We prefer quiet evenings home over wild evenings out... but we do enjoy letting our hair down every now and then. We are a discreet couple who want to keep our private life private, but do not fear getting "caught or exposed".
We have been seeking bisexuals since the mid 90's. We enjoy same-sex play and we like seeing each other satisfy their bisexual desires. We enjoy the freedom we share
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Hey! Bi male here. Very down to Earth, masculine, attractive, professional and FUN! I am interested in finding fun bisexuals who have very few hangups....it's sex, it should be fun! I am interested in singles and couples. I especially have an interest in "older" couples but by no means a requirement. I would also like to find a bisexual female to partner with for ongoing tristes with other bi couples.
great idea bear... i too surf trying to find news about bisexuals and you can find gay or strait tidbits but none really says much about bisexuals.....i also agree that it shouldn't take much to add the addition... maybe if everyone was asked upon signing in for 24 hours or whatnot i would be willing to bet that ev everyone would agree....
I read an article in my local paper this morning that got me thinking
A landmark day for Bisexuals ...
Berkeley California has become what is thought to be the first US city to officially proclaim a day recognizing bisexuals.The city council unanimously declared Sept 23 as Bisexual pride and bi visibility day. Since 1999 Bisexuals have the date and bisexual pride events are held in Los Angeles, Boston , Chicago and other cities around the country.But Berkeley is believed to the first city that has taken the step of formally acknowledging the day
I'm not sure in this city that is actually acknowledged at all certainly not to the extent of the gay pride events. .... Does anyone know of events in their area to recognize the day ....Is bisexuality becoming more recognized and maybe even mainstream like being gay or lesbian maybe one day it wont be as taboo as it has always seemed to be
Just looking for thoughts opinions feelings anything you wanna throw into the discussion I'm curious to see what people think ...
What most people don't seem to get is the fact that we are (like it or not) visual animals. You need not post your shlong or your cooch but a picture does help some. As for negative ass holes that need to ridicule other's shots while lacking the courage to put up their own, they're the one's with the problem.
If you feel the need to be a miserable individual toward others for no other reason than to feel superior, what you have there is actually a serious inferiority complex. Usually "put down artists" are just that, small, petty little people that need to feel big by stepping on someone else.
Keep this in mind; Bisexuals have enough trouble without having other bitter bisexuals spit on them. If you feel insecure posting a picture, that's one thing but respect the fact that everyone can't live up to your "standards". If I had to look like Brad Pitt to post a picture, I probably wouldn't post it either. If I were afraid or unable, for some reason, to post my shot, I certainly wouldn't have the gall to knock someone else for being themselves.
One thing that no one has touched on here, but it is still important, is the knowledge level of your partner.....as it regards bisexuality.
Has he done any studying, looking up things, asking other Bisexuals, etc. in order to find out more about what it is to be Bisexual.
My love, my soulmate did just that when I told her about myself.
She joined a few Bisexual support groups as well as a few groups that were for the s/o's of Bisexuals in order to understand what it is to be with a Bisexual partner.
She also asked me a lot about my sexuality and my attractions to men and women as well as how they relate to building a relationship.
If he hasn't done any of those things, then encourage him to do so.
Encourage him to ask those questions and be honest about your feelings, attractions and all and as everyone else here has said, be honest about your answers. He may not always like the answers, but the honesty will build your relationship more than you may at first understand.
And above all, always tell and show him how you feel about him. I try to do that with Eleanor as much as possible. She knows that, even though it could happen that I become emotionally involved with another man (remote though that possibility is in my case), my first and foremost love is going to be her.
I had a lover once that I really enjoyed being with. He was a gay man and had lived in and around the gay community from the age of 13. Once he found out that I was bisexual, that was the end of our physical relationship. We some how remained friends and over the years I finally asked him why everything had ended abruptly when he found out that I went both ways. He never really said the exact words, but danced around the issue. From what I got out of his non-commital answer was.... It should really only be GL not GLBT. You either are or your not in a lot of GL's minds. You can't have both. It was a predjudice I never expected. I have met alot of men and women who feel this way.
I guess I thought long and hard about the "You either are or your not." statement, and I can really see an emotional argument from those people who are truely homosexual. I can only speak for myself, but I am mostly bisexual on a physical basis only. I have little long term emotional intimacy plans to be with a man.
I suppose this means that bisexuals don't offer a certain monogamous stability, that perhaps bisexuals might be more prone to "play the field".
Itís been awhile since I was on last but I was wondering if any one going to the BECAUSE conference in Minneapolis April 17-19? I am going and thought it would be nice to possible know someone else there. Not too many bisexuals in Utah.
JohnDeereGirl_3 I think your site is perfect the way it is. I have been on many sites looking for other bisexuals like myself, and I have not had to much luck. I was in a lesbian chat room in yahoo chat and I asked what other sites are available for bisexuals like myself and some kind soul told me about this one. I am so happy I found it because I have already found another bisexual in my area. I find that bisexuals are not really welcome in the straight community and they are not really welcome in the gay community either. So with you and Bill having this site, it really helps people like myself. I have to thank you for providing this for myself and any other bisexual out there seeking a mate. Thanks.