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Lisa1901
Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 6:10:27 PM

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Hi Im 25 and have a bf and am very happy with him!
But he finds it strange that I can watch lesbian porn and get off to it!! I find 2 women together arousing and would probably sleep with a girl!

Do you think this makes me bi sexual or bi curious?

Opinions welcome!

kylie_kained
Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 8:09:07 PM

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I would consider you bi curious right now Lisa until you actualy try it for yourself it might seem a good idea right now to you but you might find out that it's truly not for you once you try it.
















Bothsidesnow
Posted: Thursday, March 21, 2013 10:11:51 AM

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I think that it makes you worth getting to know
Nikki703
Posted: Friday, March 22, 2013 3:49:52 PM

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You are most probably bicurious but it doesnt have to mean you are. It is perfectly normal for a woman to enjoy watching 2 women having sex. Some people just enjoy waqtching 2 people, no matter their gender, enjoying each other. It is similar to finding another woman to be attractive, doesnt mean you want to have sex with her.
cuddinrick
Posted: Thursday, January 23, 2014 6:18:35 AM

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kylie_kained wrote:
I would consider you bi curious right now Lisa until you actualy try it for yourself it might seem a good idea right now to you but you might find out that it's truly not for you once you try it.

I know that in reality this is true, but it's difficult for me to wrap my head around someone making love to a woman and then saying "This is not for me"... I've made love to lots of women and I have never once said "This is not for me".

Of course I have to say I have tried other men and I will say that while sometings were quite fun and I would like to try them again some things just simply hurt like hell and I'll never try that again.

Just sayin'
Meggsy
Posted: Thursday, January 23, 2014 1:49:36 PM

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Lisa1901 wrote:
Hi Im 25 and have a bf and am very happy with him!
But he finds it strange that I can watch lesbian porn and get off to it!! I find 2 women together arousing and would probably sleep with a girl!

Do you think this makes me bi sexual or bi curious?

Opinions welcome!



I would say Bi curious. Bi sexual is when you have 'actually' enjoyed the pleasure of another woman - in your case.
As a bi girl I would say cross the line with somebody you can respect and trust. It is an amazing experience being on both sides of the fence so to speak.
Those lesbian porn shows can be a real turn on for us if they are tasteful and not butch. Our guys love them too and have encouraged us to perform for them as some do.
dpw
Posted: Thursday, January 23, 2014 5:36:52 PM

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cuddinrick wrote:

I have tried other men and I will say that while sometings were quite fun and I would like to try them again some things just simply hurt like hell and I'll never try that again.

Lfunny
Hey! Me too and I'm gay!
sexylips_
Posted: Monday, January 27, 2014 3:57:35 AM

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i wouldnt worry about the difference too much, whatever turns you on is good. I definately get turned on my men and women. probably prefer guys (just) but women are sexy so you enjoy them too without worrying about what that makes you
pegasus2126
Posted: Monday, January 27, 2014 4:13:16 AM

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Bi sexual with a leaning to females. Still luv to suck a nice juicy cock.
stephanie98
Posted: Monday, January 27, 2014 5:33:15 AM

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bi sexual for sure, though, I would be very happy with a tranny, with nice tits and cock
dpw
Posted: Monday, January 27, 2014 1:35:28 PM

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pegasus2126 wrote:
Bi sexual with a leaning to females. Still luv to suck a nice juicy cock.

Plenty around on March 1st, lucky you!
Olivia
Posted: Monday, January 27, 2014 2:42:18 PM

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Lisa1901 wrote:
Hi Im 25 and have a bf and am very happy with him!
But he finds it strange that I can watch lesbian porn and get off to it!! I find 2 women together arousing and would probably sleep with a girl!

Do you think this makes me bi sexual or bi curious?

Opinions welcome!



'Bisexual' and 'bi-curious' are just labels and as such do not necessarily correspond to people’s actual behavior. Try not to worry about the labels or what people think. If you want to try munching some muff, go right ahead. If you like it, you can think about calling yourself 'bisexual' if that makes you happy. The important thing is that you are happy with your choices.

BTW You'll probably find that your boyfriend won't find it at all strange if you decide to let him watch while you fuck another woman.

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Posted: Monday, January 27, 2014 7:08:01 PM

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Olivia wrote:


'Bisexual' and 'bi-curious' are just labels and as such do not necessarily correspond to people’s actual behavior. Try not to worry about the labels or what people think. If you want to try munching some muff, go right ahead. If you like it, you can think about calling yourself 'bisexual' if that makes you happy. The important thing is that you are happy with your choices.

BTW You'll probably find that your boyfriend won't find it at all strange if you decide to let him watch while you fuck another woman.

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Keyrectamundo! STRANGE? Right, I'm with you, my guess is he finds it to be a turn on for him but isn't secure enough to say so.6
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Posted: Monday, January 27, 2014 7:33:25 PM

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I say bi-curious until I cross that line. I am a pussy man at heart but can't say I would say no"
JulieMom
Posted: Monday, February 17, 2014 1:40:49 AM

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Lisa1901 wrote:
Hi Im 25 and have a bf and am very happy with him!
But he finds it strange that I can watch lesbian porn and get off to it!! I find 2 women together arousing and would probably sleep with a girl!

Do you think this makes me bi sexual or bi curious?

Opinions welcome!



You are "bi curious"...

If you want to try get him to relax and start thinlink...
IF you try.. Do you want him there... Do you want him to be home ? To watch ?

Nikki703
Posted: Monday, February 17, 2014 9:05:27 AM

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Olivia wrote:


'Bisexual' and 'bi-curious' are just labels and as such do not necessarily correspond to people’s actual behavior. Try not to worry about the labels or what people think. If you want to try munching some muff, go right ahead. If you like it, you can think about calling yourself 'bisexual' if that makes you happy. The important thing is that you are happy with your choices.

BTW You'll probably find that your boyfriend won't find it at all strange if you decide to let him watch while you fuck another woman.



I agree. Labels are just that, labels. I consider myself to be "Sexual". I guess society says I am Bi because I enjoy sex with both sexes. But if I have to have a label I rather it be just plain Sexual since I Love Sex!! What difference does it matter with who?
padfootthegreat
Posted: Monday, February 17, 2014 8:44:11 PM

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I think you're bi-curious because you still haven't tried anything with a girl

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SexyTnMama
Posted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014 11:16:40 PM

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I think most of us girls have those mental thoughts when we see other women together sexually. So, I'd say at this point, you are bi-curious. I don't really think of people as being bisexual unless they have actually had a physical, sexual relationship with another woman.
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Posted: Thursday, February 20, 2014 12:06:50 PM

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T: Of course there's a personal element to it as well. With my Becky-sis, I'm bi, just cause I love her so much - any other girl, I'd probably still say no.

So in general I'm still - I don't know how to classify it.
MerryDeath
Posted: Sunday, June 1, 2014 11:55:35 PM

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I'd say bi-curious, or straight girl who happens to like girl-on-girl porn or whatever label you want to choose:). I fancied both boys and girls when I was young, so my experience of bisexuality is that it's who you want to love, as well as what you get off on... and that it comes from who you like, rather than just enjoying a nice video.
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Posted: Monday, June 2, 2014 11:00:59 AM

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Curious untill u actually sledp with a girl

sexytrish
Posted: Tuesday, June 17, 2014 11:05:29 AM

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bi-curious


how do guys think after sex?
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Posted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 6:04:15 PM

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A lot of people here say something like "bi-curious if you have no experience, otherwise bisexual". Wouldn't that imply that gays should be called 'homo-curious' if they have no experience yet, and straight people 'hetero-curious'? And if so, why don't we ever hear those labels?

Or does 'curious' here mean something like 'tends towards' or 'not entirely'? If so, would it make sense for gays to refer to themselves as bi-curious as well if they sometimes wonder how it would be to have sex with someone of the opposite sex?

The bi-curious label always confuses me. In my mind someones experience says nothing about that person's orientation. It's about the attraction to certain sexes. I'd say if you're attracted to both sexes then you're bisexual, even if you have no experience or are more attracted to one sex than to the other. Otherwise you're either straight or gay. But maybe I just can't handle the grey areas Embarassed

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Posted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 7:21:31 PM

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Curious what it would be like to be with another girl, but I like the men!
EwaBeachSlut
Posted: Friday, September 26, 2014 9:14:44 PM

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SexyTnMama wrote:
I think most of us girls have those mental thoughts when we see other women together sexually. So, I'd say at this point, you are bi-curious. I don't really think of people as being bisexual unless they have actually had a physical, sexual relationship with another woman.


I would add to that only a woman who has a continuing sexual relationship with another woman and men too. Would be considered Bi-Sexual. A one night stand between woman does not make you bi-sexual.
dpw
Posted: Saturday, September 27, 2014 4:56:25 PM

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EwaBeachSlut wrote:

A one night stand between woman does not make you bi-sexual.

Even if you enjoyed it?
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Posted: Saturday, September 27, 2014 7:03:12 PM

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Lisa1901 wrote:
Hi Im 25 and have a bf and am very happy with him!
But he finds it strange that I can watch lesbian porn and get off to it!! I find 2 women together arousing and would probably sleep with a girl!

Do you think this makes me bi sexual or bi curious?

Opinions welcome!


I'd say curious:) Maybe you fantasize, but reality can be totally different.Lol I'm not one who likes labels!
Innocent_Kiwiboy
Posted: Thursday, October 16, 2014 2:41:35 PM

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Ive tryed a couple of MMFF when i was on Holiday in St Louis and yes enjoyed that So Bi Curious but dont get the chance to put that into practice
Ls63563
Posted: Thursday, October 16, 2014 7:20:15 PM

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Why why why do so many people feel that they have to be labeled something? What difference does it make what you call your sexual orientation? Be who you are and enjoy it, don't rack your brain to try and find a label!
BethanyFrasier
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Ls63563 wrote:
Why why why do so many people feel that they have to be labeled something? What difference does it make what you call your sexual orientation? Be who you are and enjoy it, don't rack your brain to try and find a label!



But if you don't label yourself, how will I know whether to hit on you or not? dontknow Too many people are afraid of labels. I've run into several women who've told me they're straight, and then later admit to having had sex with other women on many occasions. Presumably, if you're doing this, its because you enjoy sex with other women, but just don't want to be labeled bi-sexual for whatever reason. People many be averse to being labeled, but labels, like words, carry meaning. If you've never yet had sex, but only feel attraction to the opposite sex, are you straight-curious, or straight? Most would label you straight, even if you've never yet experienced straight sex. That's why I feel the expression 'bi-curious' is rather disingenuous, unless we start calling people straight-curious and gay-curious too. So if Lisa says she finds two women together arousing, and would probably sleep with another woman, the term 'bi-curious' just seems a bit sciolistic. If the desire is there, own it!

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