As Bisexual men, can we really be truly happy with a woman?

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Re: As Bisexual men, can we really be truly happy with a woman?

Unread postby BlackBoi666 » 11 January 2019, 01:10

biolderguy wrote:I'm closeted bi too and find myself becoming more attracted to men. As a bottom I find nothing has gotten me off more or felt better than riding a man. I'm new to this forum so not sure what I can or should say, but sucking dick is what I thoroughly enjoy. For me it's slowly more about men and less about women.

That sounds so sexy. :heart: :3
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Re: As Bisexual men, can we really be truly happy with a woman?

Unread postby Vertical » 20 January 2019, 18:22

Sam22 wrote:You're really lucky in that you can be romantically and sexually happy with both sexes

I know that only with a man … can I be romantically, sexually and emotionally content.

So you only want men. Then you should use the adjective gay.

Cluster analysis shows that there are the following groups today:

1. Straight

2. Bi-straight

3. Bi-bi

4. Bi-gay

5. Gay

(Compare Weinrich/Klein: DOI: 10.1300/J159v02n04_07 and Worthington/Reynolds: DOI: 10.1037/a0013498)

Unsurprisingly these groups get smaller the more they approach the religiously, legally and socially stigmatized sexuality (Straight > Bi-straight > Bi-bi > Bi-gay > Gay). Which explains why many gays are inclined to the view that bisexuality doesn’t exist: the bi-straight group that is by far the largest group is more interested in women and usually operates with the straight label while the bi-gay group closely resembles the own group. And they also see a lot of self-identified bi men who turn out to be gay later on.

Never-the-less, I am curious whether … we can be content being in a monogamous relationship

If we define the main sexual difference between men and women regarding the sexual object with the male need for variety and the female need for permanence it follows that sexually exclusive relationships can’t satisfy men.
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