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  siebie

I have always been highly bisexual, but find that I now lean more towards my own gender these days (female); I guess I am more lesbian now in old age .

I find that women are more accepting than men of their potential bisexual side - why is that? Are we just more secure in our own sexuality than you gentlemen?
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celeste

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dumblonde

Aug 10 @ 6:32PM  
men tend to be eityher gay or homophobic...not much grey area for most...
kozmik_wave

Aug 10 @ 6:46PM  
Speaking for myself...the male of our species has never been attractive to me...in any way, shape or form. The GQ guys are just as ugly to me as the obese ones, there's no difference. I've never considered myself attractive either, it's not up to me to decide anyway...and I use mirrors for shaving, that's it. Vanity and narcissism are the two most unattractive traits a person can have, IMHO...
shooty_12

Aug 10 @ 6:49PM  
very highly homophobic
REdx111

Aug 10 @ 6:56PM  
....im bi : /
BuddhaDon

Aug 10 @ 7:07PM  
I can speak only for myself, and I am secure in my own sexuality. Maybe dumblonde is right, but I'm not gay, bisexual, and/or homophobic. Men getting it on amoungst themselves is definately one of my turn-offs, but at the same time I'm at the point in my life where I think that if two or more men can find happiness that way, then I think that is great. I've always supported women enjoying other women's companies. Sorry, but I don't really have an answer for you.
bentan

Aug 10 @ 7:12PM  
I do not know if women are more open-minded than men with respect to homosexuality. However, there is some recent sociological research indicating that when their gender identity is threatened, men tend to overcompensate with macho behaviors like homophobia, supporting the Iraq war and buying SUVs. By contrast, women who were studied did not display a similar compensatory reaction. Here's a link to a Science article about this research:

http://sciencenow.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/2005/804/1
TigerSoul

Aug 10 @ 7:27PM  
*shrugs* I honestly just don't think there are nearly as many bisexual men as women. Also several of the bisexual men I know associate more with the gay community and only admit being open to both sides when pressed. It would seem that their are prejudices in every group, including "family."
31sunshine

Aug 10 @ 7:55PM  
From the people I know it seems that women together are more acceptable than men together. I don't really have a reason why that is, but those I've talked with find it easier to accept 2 women than 2 men.
JayneDomme

Aug 10 @ 8:11PM  
1st off - women are more "loving" towards each other to begin with - more open to carresses and kisses with each other - whether they prefer a sexy female tongue on their pussies or a hard cock in them.

2nd - men are not open to sucking some other guy's cock - especially if they are not as well endowed - nor are they into getting anal from another guy - since that automatically brands them as "gay" - even if they like getting it from a woman.

I think that pretty much sums it up.

Jayne
Loveyoulongtime2

Aug 10 @ 8:21PM  
I'm hererosexual, and not homophobic at all. More homo men, more women for us straight men. Women are more open to showing affection to another woman than men to men. There are more bisexual women than men. I don't think there really are bisexual men, just gay men not wanting to admit they are gay. Some of them even get married.
Ashinatrix

Aug 10 @ 8:58PM  
I honestly just don't think there are nearly as many bisexual men as women.
Men just keep it on the "down-low"....
TattooedRawkStar

Aug 10 @ 9:27PM  
Instinctual masculinity gets in the way of such admissions. We're taught and raised to be manly, don't cry, pull the lady's chair out for her, learn to work on cars, enjoy hunting... Society has built for us a situation where it makes a man feel degrading to admit to questionable sexual proclivities.

Unless he's secure in who he is. I might fool around with a guy if the mood struck me.
lunanegra

Aug 10 @ 10:43PM  
I'm "openminded" in a sense that I can find other women attractive,but never sleep with them,despite their advances.I think them trying when I'm not interested,doesn't make me closedminded,it just means I'm not interested.
oralsucker247

Aug 10 @ 11:40PM  
I too am VERY HIGHLY homophobic & proud of it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
regularguy354

Aug 10 @ 11:47PM  
I'm not homophobic as many of my best and closest friends are gay. I just have no desire to partake in any sexual activity with any of them. I'm 100% straight and proud of it. The upside to having gay friends is they make sure I dress well. I really have no taste in clothes. LOL
When my friends partner first met me he looked at my friend and said "No questions, I can tell he's straight." LOL I just about fell over laughing.
mrknowuwell

Aug 11 @ 7:44AM  
I just looked.....I have no man on man porn in my porn collection...........I do have Brokeback Mountain tho.........but we will keep that on the downlow....
Friendinneed56M

Aug 11 @ 10:37AM  
I'm not gay, bi or homophobic. I just don't see men as a potential sex partner. I have no interest in men. I see that as my preference and not to be defined as bashing or anything. Just not for me and never has even been a curosity.
siebie

Aug 11 @ 5:47PM  
Those of us who are totally secure in our sexuality, can love beyond race, colour, religion or gender; to us those issues have become obsolete.

We are not bound by the chains of society's impositions; perhaps we are the only ones who are truly free? Just a thought...

xxx
celeste
slohand_47

Aug 14 @ 10:58PM  
If I am hetero.... why does that make me less secure in my sexuality? I am NOT interested in men. Nor, dogs, golden showers, whips & chains, D/s, licking shoes..... need I go on?
I know exactly what I like and I like sucking nipples, licking pussy, and intercourse with women. So, I can't blame you for likeing pussy. I DO TOO ! ! !
mdx71

Nov 2 @ 6:17PM  
It's traditional and how guys were brought up. It's not considered macho to display much affection. And guys are the hunters, not the nesters. So we want to act tough, and not show that we need someone to hold on to. Expecially if it's another guy. At least I think most straight guys think that way. It just doesn't come as naturally to us.

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Are women more openminded than men?