The Bisexual Dilemna

I normally don’t post about issues pertaining to people’s sex lives because they are none of my business, but I really wanted to get this one out of the way because it has been in my head for a while. The issue of a person’s sexual orientation is not something I have a problem with, but there is a pattern that I have seen throughout my life when pertaining to the subject of people who identify as bisexual. If you’re bisexual, I want you to know there’s nothing wrong with it, but you may need to keep your mouth shut about it to the general public or whatever social circle you’re in until you’ve developed a rapport with your group. You need to have an idea of what kind of people you’re surrounding yourself with if you wish to be able to live the most optimal life humanly possible. As I’ve stated in the past, you need to be careful about who you speak to when you’re coming out of your closet. There are a variety of assumptions people will develop thanks to society’s rigid structure and upbringing about bisexual men and women. This post will discuss what a bisexual individual might have to expect from the general population.

If you’re a bisexual male, get ready for a possible break up upon opening up to a girlfriend. If you’re a bisexual female, expect your boyfriend to consistently bother you for a threesome fantasy. When people picture a bisexual person, they think about an unfaithful, oversexed drama queen who has no concept of monogamy. In most cases, none of this is true. While there may be polygamous individuals who identify as bisexual, they are not the majority, they are simply a loud minority. Unfortunately, the loud minority is always the face value perception people get when dealing with any minority group.

Women don’t like effeminate men. Many of them will say they do, but for the vast majority of heterosexual women, they prefer a masculine man who can serve as protector and provider for the family. Bisexual men are perceived as effeminate, unfaithful, and possibly having an STD. It doesn’t matter if the individual in question is a masculine-presenting man who is clean and has never cheated on a woman or even had relations with another man. Most humans both male and female tend to have one track minds on issues dealing with people. Their perceptions are fixed, therefore, a bisexual man faces the very real possibility of a break-up and may end up having an even harder time getting women unless he is above average in looks, status, and charisma.

Bisexual women may not have a hard time with attaining a romantic partner, but they better expect for many of their dates to asking for a threesome or some other fantasy involving another woman. If you’re okay with this arrangement, then more power to you. If, however, you’re not okay with your significant other constantly begging for you to engage in sexual relations with a woman for his infantile fantasy despite your commitment to monogamy, it may be time for you to consider what kind of people you’re associating yourself with.

People will also assume you’re a hard left leaning liberal type when it comes to politics due to your sexual orientation. If you’re a liberal, that’s fine. If you’re not, they will still assume you are one. The assumptions about your personality are limitless and annoying.

In both cases, the best advice I can possibly give you is to screen the type of people you’re associating yourself with more carefully. How do they feel about the LGBT in general? Are they decent people with an upbringing that suggests they might be open-minded to new ideas and perceptions? Is this person someone you can picture yourself being serious with? Will they simply walk out of your life if you come out as bisexual to them because of their religion, beliefs, and perceptions? You don’t immediately have to tell them your sexuality. A little mystery never hurt anyone until the point where you’re already living together Get a good grasp of what type of individual you’re dealing with. How are they in the general population? It’s your responsibility to find someone who will not leave you out on the street for something you have no control over. Your social circles may have to change if you’re dealing with a person who is not comfortable dealing with other people’s differences.  Just know that you don’t have to limit yourself to those people no matter how close they were to you. If they cannot accept you for who you are, then they aren’t worth your time. That will be all for now.

Until the next daydream……..

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