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Based on a few comments I received on this particular post, I will add the following context. I agree that someone who identifies as “bisexual” is no more likely to be faithful or unfaithful than anyone else. To cheat or remain faithful is an individual choice people make for themselves, regardless of sexual orientation. However, in my personal experience, the two bisexual women I dated in the past were still interested in, at minimum, seeing other women (if I was open to it). They were honest with me about this preference, and it was what it was. You can feel however you want to feel about people’s sexual orientation and personal lifestyle choices. It’s not my job to persuade you to feel one way or the other on those particular topics.

Regarding cheating, simple math dictates that if you are attracted to both sexes, then you are attracted to twice as many people as a heterosexual or homosexual person. That is a fact. If cheating, to some degree, is dictated by temptation, then a bisexual person will arguably face twice as much temptation. Whether they choose to act on this temptation or not is another story. With that said, an excerpt from my post on the subject…

I am not an expert on the topic of dating bisexual women, but I have dated at least two bisexual woman before so that experience makes me about 200% more qualified to speak on this subject than some of you. Of the two, the woman I dated for the longest period (two years) had dated several women before me, and she probably dated a few women after me. Honestly, she dated a few women while we were together. I think I know all of them, but I won’t pretend like I know or care for sure. I was far less concerned about her sleeping with other women than men anyway. I bring this up because there are a lot of women who claim they are “team bisexual,” because they think it’s trendy, when in reality they’re about as likely to seriously date another woman as they are to seriously date a billy goat gruff.

For the sake of today’s post, I think we need to clarify the different types of bisexual women that exist. You see, back in the day it was simple. If a girl kissed a girl and she liked it, she legitimately liked women or was at least experimenting to discover herself. Today, women make out with other women to increase their likes on Instagram. These are truly confusing times. In my opinion, there are approximately three types of bisexual women.

  1. Lesbian Women. These women are attracted to other women, period. However, like any other young person, they might experiment with men just to see what all the hype is about. If you’ve ever met a lesbian with a child she conceived from a relationship with a man, then you might know what I’m talking about.
  2. Bi-curious Women. These women are prone to make out with a friend after a few drinks, to just have fun, or to make their lives look more adventurous on fake-life sites like Instagram/Facebook/Twitter than they would ever be in real life. These types of women are usually “team bisexual” in that they’re only attracted to women as a matter of convenience, but you’ll rarely find them willing to go much further than second base.
  3. Bisexual Women. Last but not least are the truly bisexual; women who are as equally attracted to women as they are to men. Truly bisexual women are as open to dating a woman as they are a man, and they don’t need the excuse of alcohol to justify being attracted to someone of the same sex.

Despite all the rap songs, adult films and rumors to the contrary, seriously dating a bisexual woman is really not that different than dating a heterosexual woman.

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Would you ever seriously consider dating a bisexual man or woman?