Obviously I can't speak for everyone, but I've dated two guys who identified as bisexual, and others who were straight but had experimented with men, and honestly?
I straight men that they feel it's less socially acceptable for guys to explore same-sex attraction.
If it seems like bisexual men are scarce, that might be a big reason.
Some people who saw a man and a woman together definitely assumed we were both straight—and occasionally that meant they felt free to say homophobic or otherwise ignorant things around us.
I remember a classmate telling me that she didn't believe bisexual men really existed, and her argument essentially amounted to, "Because science." The look on her face when I told her my boyfriend was bisexual was priceless.
about coming out to his ex-wife, Penelope Thompson."I told her I was bisexual, that my attraction went both ways.
She was understanding and I will always be grateful to her," he said.That's a quality I'd admire in any partner, regardless of who they like sleeping with.Understanding Your Partner Solidifying the Relationship Community Q&A Dating a bisexual can be a really intimidating thing. Will they eventually leave you when the realize what they actually want? Dating a bisexual can be just like dating a Catholic, a race car driver, or a brunette. Read on to put your concerns away and relax in your relationship.Fortunately, millennials are starting to change perceptions.One You Gov survey last year found that one-third of American millennials don't consider themselves completely straight, and it's no longer assumed that if someone is dating somebody of one gender, that's the only gender they've ever dated or had sex with.The women interviewed were just as happy—if not happier—dating bisexual men.