I am a bisexual female who’s currently dating a male, and it’s my boyfriend’s first time dating someone who is bisexual.
Together, he and I have busted some myths about dating a bisexual person.
The line of thinking about dating is that it might be the... Others feel that not telling relatives will weaken their relationships and may keep them from getting the emotional support and love that they want. That has never been an issue for me nor my past partners.
Nowadays I got involved with another HIV guy who Read more » Can anyone else share my agony? I am an attractive woman but I am having extreme difficulty meeting other positive men to date.
Consider me your friend who had to work late, has thus shown up at the bar sober, and who is trying to talk you out of going home with Dracula — as mysterious and handsome as he is.
I’ll probably be drunk again myself tomorrow, and poised to do something equally as foolish. me.” This is usually code for wanting someone who fits a conventional and unimaginative definition of success—he’s a lawyer, she’s a doctor, he went to such and such Ivy league school; or, someone who can have a 3-hour debate about whether or not it’s politically correct to say a party was “crazy” (lest it minimize mental illness).
Remien, I am currently in a relationship with an HIV- man. My partner would like to further our sexual relationship and include anal sex.
I realize that a condom should always be used and it is.... I think the best research data we have at this time comes from studies of HIV serodiscordant couples in Africa (relatively large sample).
The Web sites -- such as Read more » ...across the country have straight and gay support or social groups.
To assume, just because someone is bisexual, that they’ll automatically be interested in anyone and everyone, including yourself, is not only narcissistic, but it’s harmful to the bisexual community.
This kind of thinking hyper-sexualizes a sexual orientation by assuming that a person must be attracted to the entirety of whichever gender they’re attracted to.
Dating as an institution is a relatively recent phenomenon which has mainly emerged in the last few centuries.
From the standpoint of anthropology and sociology, dating is linked with other institutions such as marriage and the family which have also been changing rapidly and which have been subject to many forces, including advances in technology and medicine.