The reasons why a bisexual is hard to find a love

Bisexuals is the third letter of the LGBT(Q) alphabet soup. But sometimes they feel a bit neglect.

In case you were unaware, bisexuals (the “B” in LGBTQ) are “family,” too. Men and women who love both men and women fall within the rainbow umbrella, but for some reason they don’t always feel the love.

But on our site, bisexuals are the most desirable people.Despite the criticisms of its lack of inclusion of diverse gender and sexuality options, promises that it is the “best free dating site on Earth.”It also provides various features to keep “the gays” from “the straights” which is an added layer of protection for women who love women, and who have no interest in men and their invitations for threesomes. But even bisexuals find it easier to looking for love on the site,Here are the four biggest misconceptions that make it hard out there for a bisexual who’s in the pursuit of love.

1.Bisexuals are greedy … and freaky!

Some people think being bisexual means you want to have your cake and eat it too.People who are bisexual seem like a myth when it comes to negotiating bisexual identity. In their heart, Bisexual means “kinky and into threesomes … All of those gay/straight couples may want you to help them spice up their boring relationship.

2.Bisexuals are just experimenting.

People of the same sex may think that you’re interested because you’re only pretending to be bi. That means, bisexuals can’t commit. There’s a prevailing myth that being bisexual means that you don’t want–or are unable–to commit. Obviously no one wants to be cheated on, but for some, there’s an extra sting when their lover cheats with someone of a different sex from them. Men feel like they can’t give you what a woman can and ironically women feel they can’t give you what a man can. Bisexuals bring out insecurities in everyone!

3.You’re really just gay!

Bisexuals–especially men–are often questioned about their sexual orientation. The term “sexual orientation” (a natural sexual attraction) vs. “sexual preference” (like having a taste for a salad instead of a sandwich) makes all the difference here. As someone who “likes both,” it can be hard to convince people of its identity. If only people understood that we can’t control our sexual desires ?

Though you are, in fact, part of the LGBTQ “famliy”, you may often feel left out. If you mostly hang out with queer friends, you may feel judged when you’re dating someone of the opposite sex.

If you’re a woman who hangs out with lesbians, they may roll their eyes when you tell them you’re dating a man. If you’re a man who is friends with a group of gay men, they may shudder when you say you’ve met a hot woman. People expect you to pick whether you like men or women, when in reality you just like both!

4.It’s double the work.

If you’re looking for love online, with most sites you have to make two accounts. But on, our site is unique. While the site does allow you to identify as bisexual, and finds out an wanted invitations from those sexuality and who wanna a bisexual relationship.

Our site is smaller niche site, but the bigger ones have the highest traffic, so it would be ideal to have an account on those.

For some, bisexuals “confuse” things. For this reason, they’re often left out . Hopefully one day we will allow for more complexity in our conversations about those who don’t necessarily fit into one box.

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