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Old 03-14-2012, 11:49 AM
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... bi just doesn't mean "not afraid of penises".
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Or, worrying whether I was macho enough, rich enough, tall enough, smooth enough, marriage-material enough, etc. etc.
I've never really given much thought to how much pressure men feel while dating women. I mean, I've always focused on comparing myself with other women, and have only recently realized men do those kind of calculations in their heads too .
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Old 03-14-2012, 01:12 PM
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I've never really given much thought to how much pressure men feel while dating women. I mean, I've always focused on comparing myself with other women, and have only recently realized men do those kind of calculations in their heads too .
There`s a great interview by one of my idols, Camille Paglia (although, I was disappointed lately when I saw an interview in which she said she "worshiped nature"; she was so perfect! ) in which she said she empathizes with men, and how terribly she floundered with women.

If it weren`t for bi, tomboyish chicks, I would have already jumped off a cliff. Give me bi chicks! And give me men!

Sources: Bill Maher`s Camille Paglia special (circa 1994).
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Old 03-15-2012, 04:10 AM
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I'm bi and like some others have posted, it kind of led me to poly. It started with a threeway and me going, "How awesome is this??" Then the more I thought of it, the more I thought that it's nice to have both a man and a woman to satisfy both those sexual needs. But emotionally, it's the person that does it for me. I guess the emotional aspect of relationships doesn't have to be about what men give me emotionally versus what women give me emotionally. I feel that that is less biologically tied I guess.
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Old 03-16-2012, 02:13 AM
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I should also`ve mentioned that I do fit the bi stereotype of needing both sexes. I connect emotionally with men, and sexually with women. It does seem essential for me to be involved with both sexes, at the moment.
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