He also happens to harbor a sweetness that many New York City guys seem to lack. So when he told me the following week that he was bisexual, and that I’d have known that if I knew him in Chicago, I couldn’t help myself.
So, we kissed near the bathroom at the bar, and then I took him home with me. Immediately, I felt rejected and like I’d been duped.
There is also the fear that the bisexual woman will turn out just to have been experimenting, or will take the "easier" route of dating a man so she doesn't have to deal with criticism. Many lesbians are biphobic and see bisexual women as "on the fence," "tourists," "sleeping with the enemy," "just going through a phase," etc.
That being said it does happen, personally as a mostly lesbian identifying woman I have been happily dating the same bisexual woman for nearly 5 years so I can assure you it does happen :) Hope that helps! It's more common in the older generations and among second-wave feminists, really depends on the person x If they love each other then nothing else would matter or come in the way :) Some lesbians may prefer to date other lesbians, but its just the same in my opinion to bate a bisexual x Bisexuals like both boys and girls, and there are a lot of stereotypes about both bisexuals and lesbians, but you shouldn't listen to it xx :) I'm a lesbian, and I honestly would prefer to date other lesbians.
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Being bisexual also doesn’t mean that your boyfriend identifies as a different gender.
“It is crucial to also realize that gender and sexual orientation are two separate concepts that intersect,” Smith says. Going into your relationship, make sure you throw all preconceived notions of what it means to be bisexual out the window.
Your guy might define it differently than you, and you don’t want your own biases to hinder what he’s trying to tell you.
In addition, his level and depth of attraction to both sexes could differ greatly, so it’s important not to make any assumptions about it!
I think this whole idea springs from the stereotypes about bisexual women ("they are all sluts", "they want to sleep with everyone", "they will cheat on you with someone of the opposite gender") which we know are nonsense.