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CFCC84
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Hello I'm new at this I wanted to ask? My boyfriend who I've been dating for 5 months told me 2 weekends ago that he has now become bi-sexual over the past year. He said he won't leave me for a guy and he does like girls better but should I worry about this new found curiousity he has with men? Could it just be a phase that he grows out of? Do most men have in there late teens early 20's have this curiosity with guys? He does want to engage in some kind of other guy, me and him sexual foreplay is that common or too strange as well? Will this all just go away from him later on?
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Chiisu
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quote:
Originally posted by CFCC84:
Hello I'm new at this I wanted to ask? My boyfriend who I've been dating for 5 months told me 2 weekends ago that he has now become bi-sexual over the past year. He said he won't leave me for a guy and he does like girls better but should I worry about this new found curiousity he has with men? Could it just be a phase that he grows out of? Do most men have in there late teens early 20's have this curiosity with guys? He does want to engage in some kind of other guy, me and him sexual foreplay is that common or too strange as well? Will this all just go away from him later on?

Hey It's Chiisu,
I am a guy so listen a little please. You shouldn't have to worry about that, if he is bi then it just means that he likes guys and girls now. If you are worried about him leaving you don't because if he does(espeacilly for another guy) means he really didn't love you, or he didn't know what his sexual preference was when he entered this relationship. Well I got to go.
SEE YA
Chiisu

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Ryu no Taisho


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badly_behaved_badger
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First of all I think you'll find this article very helpful in explaining bisexuality: http://www.scarleteen.com/gaydar/biquiz.html

Just to give you a few pointers:
1. Sexuality isn't always fixed (some people's orientations may gradually change), but bisexuality is as much a legitimate orientation as being straight or gay is.

2.Being bisexual does not mean that you necessarily need two partners at once to feel fulfilled, and it does not make a person any less able to commit themselves to one person.

Good on you for being so supportive of your boyfriend and asking questions. I hope this helped

*badger*


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