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That way we can show that this is a very diverse community, and some of us are promiscuous, yes, but some of us have families.”Ultimately, community is the most important part.
“Do not let anyone tell you that there is no such thing as being bi. Or that you're not "really" bi if you don’t like both men and women exactly the same way”, says Antoine, 29.
and the concept is one of the three main classifications of sexual orientation along with heterosexuality and homosexuality, all of which exist on the heterosexual–homosexual continuum.
A bisexual identity does not necessarily equate to equal sexual attraction to both sexes; commonly, people who have a distinct but not exclusive sexual preference for one sex over the other also identify themselves as bisexual.
I was concerned that I would not be taken as seriously as a professional, and for those reasons I have never previously been out at work.”It’s not all horrible news though: the times are changing.
“In the 1980s and 90s bisexual men were generally only represented in the media as evil predators”, says Meg-John. Research was published – and widely publicised – which claimed that bisexual men were 'gay, straight, or lying'.
As opposed to a girl I dated last year, where the idea of being bisexual really didn’t rub her the right way.
She said it was hard for her to grasp the idea of me being able to do that. I think people think a bisexual man is just a gay man. I haven’t seen this preconception being projected upon women as much as it is toward men."Among the top concerns of bi men I talked to were the idea of the “competition” their partners had expressed concern that they might face.
This means that bisexuality is either invisible, or it is treated with suspicion”, says Meg-John Barker from , the UK’s national organisation for bisexual research.I didn’t have any resources to turn to at the time, or, more accurately, I didn’t seek them out."He continues: “The initial responses have varied from the people I’ve dated.For example, a guy I dated in February didn’t really give much of a response; he was completely understanding from the start.“I haven’t had anything but positive reaction from partners.By positive I mean they don’t care that I’m bi”, says Jonathan, 30.