Start a Discussion Find support & help more people

Cancel
  • 51-65_f_f_h1_f3
    Comment

    I don't mind either. But I do have lesbian friends who absolutely cannot date any bis because they think they're not really into women and they'd leave them for a man. Whereas with lesbians you're only really competing with other women. I personally don't believe that as I have seen many successful relationships where one is bi and the other is exclusively a lesbian. I think it just depends on the person. If they're genuinely in love then it wouldn't matter if they're bi because they'd be fully loyal and committed to just you.

    • 17-24_f_w_h2_f1
      Comment

      I kind of understand where the fear is coming from. It's just easier to be straight - an easy way out especially when you're thinking long term with family and kids and all. Doesnt mean that all bi's are like that but just to get a perspective.

      This was helpful! Flag
    This was helpful! Flag
  • 35-50_f_b_h2_f4
    Deleted
    Comment
    This user has deleted their account.
    • Default-avatar
      Anonymous
      Comment

      Unless you're older than 32, I dont see a problem of ladies only look for sexual fun with each other.

      Flag
    • 35-50_f_b_h2_f4
      Deleted
      Comment
      This user has deleted their account.
      This was helpful! Flag
    • Default-avatar
      Anonymous
      Comment

      Fact : Mostly of Bi women end up in straight relationships

      Flag
    • 17-24_f_w_h2_f1
      Comment

      Well, I mean it does happen but calling it a "fact" is going too far. And I just want to mention: there is nothing wrong with loving who you love, whatever the gender of your spouse or what your orientation is.

      This was helpful! Flag
    This was helpful! Flag
  • Default-avatar
    Anonymous
    Comment

    I agree with you, there is nothing wrong but even when they love a girl they still prefer to marry a man..))Personal experience..))

    Flag
  • Even though labels kind of make it all harder I do identify as someone who is only into women so that makes me a lesbian and all. I was in a quite long relationship with a woman and 3 years into the relationship she realized she was bi and not a lesbian. And at first, it kind of made me uncomfortable. I was afraid she would at some point take the easy way out and I thought that this made it harder for me in terms of competition but after being open to her about how I felt and actually voicing my concerns, she reassured and even though we did break up two years later. Her sexual orientation was never an issue again and it was not at all the reason for our breakup so I guess it depends?!
    Yet thinking about it, I must admit I'd be more comfortable dating a lesbian than a bisexual women even though it definitely doesn't mean she would love me less or anything like that. The fact that a woman loves both men and women does not in any way make her experiences, feelings, etc less valid or authentic. Not at all. Maybe it is just another stigma, but so far I haven't completely conquered it in terms of dating.

    Reply to globetrotter47
    This was helpful! Flag
  • 25-34_f_w_h1_f3
    Comment

    It does not matter to be honest. What matters is that if she is committed to our relationship or not. If she is, then her orientation doesn't have anything to do with it nor will affect how she feels for me, or how I for her. For honesty's sake though, all the girls I dated were lesbians (or crushes on straight girls lol). So, I have never really been in the situation.

    Reply to MiraAli
    This was helpful! Flag

Hall of Fame