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Discussion in 'General Sex Discussion' started by bostonbeans, Aug 29, 2007.
Do all girls go through a phase where they think they are Bi? What goes through their head?
A lot are?
Lets face it BB
The woman is a beautiful creature
and we ALL love em.
I dunno..but I'm Bi and I've been that way ever since I was 19..and its not a phase for me..just who I am
My g/f has always had a fantasy about eating pussy. I have always thought she was curious, not bisexual. It wouldn't matter to me either way.
No. I never did. I think it's a man's fantasy to want to believe that all women would do a chick if given the chance, though.
I think we ( women and men ) can give compliments to same sex, for their bodies or other things about them, doesnt mean its bi though) i mean i see lots of females here that say they are straight ( not saying they arnt ) but paying a compliment to someone that has a great looking body or a good face in looks isnt in my opion bisexual)
although of course femaels and males can both be bisexual or any way inclined sexualy....i say enjoy it nd have fun)
thats what its all about.
Well, I have pretty much accepted the fact that I'm bi. I mean, girls do turn me on. They're fucking hot. And, I'm also heavily attracted to men. But, I don't think it's a phase....I always have always admired other women in many ways other than sexually.
yeh all girls get that stage i think, i know i did! when i was about 15 i just didn't know. all cleared up about a year later and i went cock-crazy
Oh yeah :eyes I've known a couple of lesbians in the past, but I never met a self-professed "bi" woman before joining :sf. I think some guys see a lot of girl-girl action in porn and draw this mistaken conclusion that most women are bisexual.
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That being said, I denied my "bi" side for many years because it made me uncomfortable. The only question I had was "What in the hell is wrong with me??" I didn't know that "bisexual" doesn't necessarily mean you're equally attracted to men and women.
Like someone else already said, we can all appreciate the beauty of a woman!