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Date Posted: 08:47:48 07/17/20 Fri
Author: Mike
Subject: The bi-cycle
In reply to: Comicality 's message, "Imagine Question For 7/16" on 19:01:29 07/16/20 Thu

I am also bisexual. Always have been. Although I am homo-romantic. So I really only find myself romantically attracted to other guys.

It's also frustrating when my libido doesn't know what it wants from one moment to the next. Sometimes I am mostly gay, other times I am mostly straight.
It's called the bi-cycle. Those who fluctuate on the scale know what I mean.

However, when I have been in relationships, they haven't been affected by this swing. It's not like I have suddenly found myself no longer attracted to my boyfriend, or anything like that.

It must be weird though for those who find out later in life that they're bisexual. I have read about presumed straight, and even presumed gay men, suddenly realizing that they're attracted to both sexes. It's most often straight men because society has made it easy to discover your straight side, while at the same time made it hard to explore your gay side, made lots of people repress it.



How would I feel about an open relationship so they can explore their bisexual side?

Personally, I wouldn't be open to it. I have had threesomes before and wouldn't rule out another in the future, but I couldn't live in an open relationship. If he's craving for the other side, then he'd have to work out what he wants more, and choose. I'm not opposed to other people having an open relationship, if each partner's OK with it, but I couldn't be in one myself.

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  • I used to worry about it... -- Comicality, 14:19:26 07/17/20 Fri

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