In our world, we are threatened by the things we don’t understand, and this is particularly true in the often taboo area of sex.
The truth of the matter is sexuality is not binary.
All one has to do is cruise the Internet to find a plethora of sites devoted to heterosexual and gay relationship issues.
Bisexual help is often dismissed or invisible, a possible consequence of biphobia.
What follows here are some dating tips to help fill that void of missing information.
If you are a single bisexual dater, please feel free to add some of your own tips in the comments section to share in the wisdom and help others in the community.
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Some straight people will be put off by your same-sex attractions.
Some gay people will be angry or insecure that you won’t “just accept” that you’re really gay, or they fear you’ll ultimately leave them for the other gender at some point in your relationship.
As a bisexual single, the true goodness-of-fit will come from the combination of attraction, emotional connection and alignment of values and visions for the future as opposed to a particular gender.
At the top of the list will likely be someone who can affirm and be accepting of your holistic sexuality and preferences.