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Discussion in 'General Sex Discussion' started by andylife, Apr 18, 2015.
the question is in the heading
It all depends, I guess. Some people say they're bisexual, but have never had any same-sex experiences at all, or maybe they have, once or twice, whereas others really do have the potential of having full-blown love affairs and sex with either men or women, and consider them different but more or less equal. True bisexualilty, as in the latter, is supposidly a very small minority of people - far less than gays and lesbians.
Is that an attempt at humour or is your spelling really that bad?
mm my spelling is that bad.. just noticed ... mmm not the end of the world I guess..
Sorry dude I tend to find humour in misspelled words is all
Did you spell "in" wrong, on purpose?
Oh fuck; not on porpoise no..... people who live in glass house...........should not wander around naked!
Its OK. Im always corretcing poepel in there grammur end spellng?
To answer this: I'm sure there may be larger numbers than it seems, but that they keep quiet or play "The Pronoun Game" or whatever. I would imagine that for those who identify as Bi-/Homosexual the tendency is to feel relatively uncertain when entering a predominantly heterosexual group; especially one that focuses/emphasizes sex and sexuality.
Have no fear here with us, though. We love and enjoy all kinds. It's always refreshing to get an entirely different perspective from "the usual."
Me and my hubby are both bisexuals and we enjoy it very much.
My wife and I are both bi we were married 35 years before we went to the other side we both love it and have sex with another couple 2 to 3 times a week nothing hotter than getting head from my wife and a buddy at the same time she's being eaten by her girl friend