Absolutely, I've envy bi-women! I'm a closet bi-curious male afraid of being found out. Never would tell any of my friends or family.
I think there's an instinctive, anthropological explanation for this double standard. Waaaaay back, when proto-humans first climbed down from trees... and formed themselves into small tribes... the men had the responsibility to go out, silently, to forage and hunt. For safety, the females clung together with each other at the camp... watched over each others' babies... developed language...<br />
To this day, researchers report that females have more developed language skills, using about 3 times as many different words in daily conversation. To this day, women are more social creatures - they even use the restroom in groups. I think that the instinct to value the company of other females spills over into sexual interest... and I think that both genders instinctively realize that a female who is "close" to the tribe offers greater survival potential to her offspring than one who distances herself from the tribe. Instincts, buried somewhere in the subconscious part of our brains, that respond favorably to images of girl-girl fun...
yes it is, because women get alot of attention from guys that think they are getting a three some. So then the 'Barsexual" girls start coming out. ( girls that make out with other girls to get attention from guys at bars) Or any where else, causing confusion with the real bi sexuals or lesbians<br />
I accept all sexual ethnicities! and i dont mind seeing them all show affection to each other.
except barsexual. they are sk.anks
i have never been to a bar either, its just a term for a fad thats come around lately, alot of strait girls are pretending to like other girls to get attention:P it makes me sad because a real lesbian would be really sad to find out her girlfriend was just using her. Ive seen it happen with my friends, very sad:(
yes,:) that would work with polygamists and monogamists to,
Everyone should be honest!
only afew are smart enough with themselves and their intentions. like me:3
Since heterosexual women tend to hate each other so much and often try and make other women's lives difficult, I often see bisexual women as more balanced and outgoing. And if they've got the courage to admit they also like women, they're likely not to be the "don't touch me, I'm a closet pervert pretending to be frigid" sort.
society does accept women together more, yes. that's because lots of men (not all) are homophobic about men together. Lots of women are VERY open-minded.
I love watching guy on guy. I think it's because I'm seeing more of what I want to see than some noisy girl.
On the first part i would say yes,, it is because of sexuall teaching or lack there of as to the second part i do not know as i am a straight male. i have had quite encounters with 2 women, but would never have any with a guy just the way i feel,, i am not opposed to gay people or lesbians but do think the main reason wo,en have encounters with women is because of the affection and tenderness that many men seem to lack
Two guys = YUCK. Sorry but that's how most people see it.
I agree that a lot of men are bi. Im just saying that most people just dont enjoy watching two men together at all.
I am abosultly against homosexuality - unless its two really fine chics, then I'm kind of for it
Hilarious. Most men think this way. Nothing wrong with that
Yep...who want's to see two hot women going at it? Everyone. Who wants to see two hot men going at it....not so much. Just the way we are wired up, apparently
Tiger, you are wrong. I'd much prefer to see two men than two women.
ahh but that's the trick, women might prefer to see two men or prefer to see two women, but the vast majority of men abhor the idea of seeing two men going at it (while of course being fine with seeing two women). The men are tipping the scales.
if you prefer to see to women make out or w/e and you are a woman you must have some attraction to them and are bi-sexual if you like it. I love seeing two men together! its the most attractive thing ever! if your grosed out, and your a guy then you have to be uncomfortable with your sexuality or homophobic . (to feel grossed out rather then feel apathy) your just worried about whatever others may think because of the way you were raised or for other reasons.
guy or a woman (third line) i did not mean to be biased
Women are seen as sex objects more often than men are , so being 'bi-sexual'- which in societies mind is often just 'extra sexual'- isn't taken as seriously with women. In summary, yes, calling yourself bisexual as a female is more socially acceptable, because it's seen as sexy.
Yes, female bisexuality appears to be more accepted than male bisexuality, both by men and by women. It is not seen as reducing her femininity, whereas being a bisexual man is seen as distinctly unmasculine, at least in western society.
I'm sure you're right about the turn-on. Men love to see women who are aroused and sexual active, even with other women. It fires them up. Straight women generally want the attention to be on themselves.
To your first question, yes, I think so. Interestingly, research shows that women are more likely to be bi, men seem to tend to "decide". That is just, for how far you can do research on that.
To the second question: I am unsure of that, I accept people as they are with their sexuality, gender, nationality and so on. If that is because I am bi myself, I do not know. Maybe yes, or maybe I would have been like that anyways.
To the third question: Yes, sometimes. It seems to be that certain stuff turns me on and it is not that important who it is. I like to see women together, men together and a mixture of both. But I have the impression that it is rather unusual (or people just do not talk about it).
My girlfriend enjoys it a great deal. And, yes, she is bi, too. We know several woman who are turned on by bi men. Most of them are bisexual, too. In my experience as a bi man, most of the woman I've dated were more accepting and aroused by either the ideation or actually watching me with another man were bisexual women. Only one of the 100% straight women I dated was turned on by two men having sex, but she was very against "intimacy" between men (kissing, cuddling, sleeping together). I don't know if this represents the general population. This is just my experience.
Society accept it, hell yes. more than Bi Men, Hell yes.<br />
Do I like seeing men..... Hell yes :)