If bisexuals didn't exist then, where did you get that "bisexual" word? Why bother ask or post something like this if it doesn't exist. Of course it exists. I have a lots of friends who are bisexual. I guess they just love the life they live and deserved the things they have now.
Yes there are many bisexual posers and people who believe they're bisexual but would never date the same gender, but there are still true bisexuals out there. For me, as I am bisexual. I have the thought that gender is nothing should it really matter what gender a person is? Love shouldn't be stopped but such a silly thing. Bisexual people are usually (not always) very open for they usually (again not always) will listen to anyone about there problems. Sometimes a person may become bisexual because they find more comfort in both sexes instead of just the opposite sex.
I've met bisexual people, been friends with two bisexual people, read about people who happen to be bisexual, and social studies and statistics on demographics include information regarding bisexuals.
I believe some people doubt the existence of bisexuality either because it is less common than homosexuality, let alone heterosexuality, or because they find it easier to accept clear divisions into two groups (part of the same reason homosexuals are often stereotyped as so different from heterosexuals).
There are no certainties, and all people live their lives somewhere between being straight and gay to varying degrees. There is no question of this; it isn't some unknown question 'out there', it's a state of being that nobody chooses, and we're thrust at different positions. It is naive to dismiss large proportions of people who identify themselves in the middle of this spectrum.
I'm bisexual and I know I exist. I get constantly told that I'm a homosexual that's too scared to come out as gay and I'm using bisexuality as a shield, or that I'm heterosexual and trying to seem cool. I get told I'm a fence sitter, that I haven't "chosen" a side yet, that it's a phase I'll grow out of, that I must be a nymphomaniac, and a lot of other ridiculous sort of things. I don't understand why some people find it so hard to believe that a human being can be attracted to both genders, because I don't always understand how you cannot be attracted to a beautiful person.
Both I and my friend are bi and we sure as hell exist. It is possible to be attracted to both. Not all Bi people are gays in transition . We actually join straights in hating these people because they demoralize the rest of us. Another thing that should be obvious we're one sad species there are thousands of homosexual species and only one that has homophobia. So who's unnatural the homosexual or the homophobes
Maybe because most of us are hated that people have gotten used to ignoring us, so they forget we exist or something but I'm bi. I can look at a girl and say Wow she's very pretty, I wouldn't mind if she were my girlfriend and I can do that to a guy. Trust me, I've done it way too often so to say we don't exist and call it a phase? Just wait until I dump my boyfriend and get married to a girl who I end up getting buried with.
I look at some women and my vagina tingles.
I look at some men and my vagina tingles.
Do I need to draw you people a diagram?
Literally, we exist. That's it. It's really simple. I get turned on by both. It's not that complicated to understand and I don't know how anyone can look at someone who identifies as bisexual and say "No, you're lying, your identity is not valid." You are bad people.
I am bisexual
I exist and my sexuality exists
So who are you to tell me it doesn't
It is an ignorant way to live your life believing that being a bisexual means you have to like each gender equally 50/50. You don't. You can be slightly subjective and have preferences and you are still bisexual.
You are in no position to tell someone what and who they can and can't be
The reason why bisexuality is often doubted-much more so than homosexuality-is because of bisexual erasure/bisexual invisibility. Bisexual erasure is seen in both heterosexual and homosexual communities, where individuals deny that bisexuality exists (like on this forum....). This is also commonly seen in the media, where same-sex couples are suddenly 'gay couples' (even if one/both is/are bisexual) or where same-sex marriage is suddenly a 'gay marriage/wedding'. This is also being demonstrated when people (including gays) say that bisexuals are really just confused homosexuals or when queer events only have 'gay' and 'lesbian' in the title (including pride events) because that implies that the event is not open to bisexuals. The point is that the acronym LGBTQ has a B in it, so everyone better start recognizing that bisexuals have a place, and they are most definitely not homosexuals, just like homosexuals aren't heterosexuals (although, it can sometimes seem that way from how some homosexuals have similar prejudices against bisexuals as heterosexuals do). In the end, it's not enough to just not be homophobic. Don't be biphobic either, and definitely don't engage in erasing bisexuals because that is most definitely biphobic (cough, cough.. People who answered 'no' on this forum).
True bisexuality would mean that a person has absolutely no preference to what gender they have sex with. This is untrue. "Bisexuals" have a bias, however so small, for one sex over the other. I think in most cases, a "bisexual" is a confused homosexual who has not determined which preference they will stick with.
These are my fifty words supporting the above statement. After meet thousands of people in my 26 years of existence, and hundreds of gay men, I have never met a bonafide, actual, bisexual man. Proof enough for me, and proof enough for my friends who have experience the exact same thing.
No one is 50/50 sexual. One leans toward one sexuality over the other, and therefore true bisexuality (50/50) does not exist.
True bisexuality would mean that a person has absolutely no preference as to what gender they have sex with. This is untrue. "Bisexuals" have a bias, however small, for one sex over the other. I think in most cases, a "bisexual" is a confused homosexual who has not determined which preference they will stick with.
Plus if we were meant to be bisexual then we would have both male and female parts. We are male and female. The two go together. Females have the eggs, and males have the sperm to fertilize the egg. It is meant to be either male or female.
Bisexual is the reason why more and more people are getting divorced. Are you suggesting these people to marry both genders ? Because that's impossible and illegal unless you're a believer in Islam. Even in Islam, one can have many wives but that's it, it's also limited to one gender.
Nowhere in Judaeo-Christian Scripture do you find evidence for it. In Levitical law you will find only sodomy, heterosexuality, and bestiality being discussed. It is a fairly recent concept from as early Da Vinci and the arguments for it fall apart under closer logical scrutiny. Someone claiming bisexuality is usually an insecure or indecisive sodomite/heterosexual.
I have nothing against anyone who identifies as bisexual, to be clear. However, I believe people who claim to be attracted to both men and women are just confused about their sexuality. To be sexually attracted to someone is a biologically hardwiring for us so that we have kids. That's the truth. When you're gay or lesbian, there is a psychological difference from the norm. (Though these differences aren't bad) However, how can it be possible that you are somehow psychologically hardwired to like both men and women? Feelings of sexual attraction to someone are caused by surges of hormones that cause arousal. (this sounds weird, but bear with me) In gay/lesbian people, the psychological difference means these surges happen in an opposite way. However, do you know how much of a psychological difference (and what a specific difference) would be needed to create someone who gets surges from both men and women? The thing is, the surge in a straight woman comes from a man. This psychological state exists already. That's why it is less farfetched for a man to be gay, because the psychological state already exists. I think people who identify as bisexual are confusing emotional attachment and sexual attraction.
Even if given concrete proof that someone who claims a bisexual identity isn't just a sex addict in hiding, I still wouldn't believe it and never will. Let's remove the b from lgbt. It isn't a real identity. Nothing will ever convince me otherwise. 100& gay man here. The end.
It's become trendy to be bisexual. Actually being bi is very rare, fewer than 10% probably. U can sleep with men women but doent mean ur bi. Most bisexuals are either gays who are scared of coming out or straight girls who think being bi is sexy. Being attracted equally to men and women is very rare
It means your attracted to both, but the thing is, you can like both. If you lean towards men a little more then women, you can still like men same goes if you like men more. Its not going to erase the fact that you still like both. People have preferences and that goes for everything. We all have types and preferences we prefer sexually, bisexuals just apply it to both the same and opposite gender.
I'm bisexual. I don't like all females, nor do I like all males. I have a taste in men and a taste in woman, but I would never date two people at the same time. To me, I am slightly genderblind, meaning it doesn't matter to me if you are female or male, I'm going to fall inlove with you because I'm attracted to you physically, mentally and spiritually. I don't speak for all bisexuals though, some may be different but basically if you like two genders you are bisexual.