Bisexuality is not a sexual orientation. Virtually all bisexual men have a split attraction. Emotions go to women, sex goes to men. Such split of attraction creates dishonesty and betrayals for anyone who is involved in with a bisexual person. Their attraction has been cut in half to fit into a shamed and fragmented context of relatedness, which has been programmed by their parents, friends, experiences and lack of healthy interactions with gay men.
What are the challenges of dating a bisexual man? What if you are bisexual, what does that mean in the long-run? Can a bisexual man be ready for a commited relationship with a gay man? These are the questions I will answer in this week’s video.
Bisexuality is often the outcome of lack of supportive and loving experiences with gay men. Most bisexual men have not experienced a loving and caring gay relationship. This is why they seek women as the only legitimate partner to settle down with. A bisexual man is often confused about gay life and only looks at gay men as sex objects. In addition, strong family values and reminders about the need to get married to a woman and have children, makes gay life very difficult to accept for a bisexual man.
A commited relationship with a bisexual man is very risky because he doesn’t know what he wants. A bisexual man will mostly look at gay men as sources for sexual pleasure and look at women at sources for companionship and status.