Fritz Klein, though it’s predominantly clinical and analyzes it from an identity perspective (a good read and highly recommended if you’re interested in this subject).
All one has to do is cruise the Internet to find a plethora of sites devoted to heterosexual and gay relationship issues.
And I think that’s the way it goes for a lot of women.
You don’t know you’re interested in pursuing a woman for more than friendship until you know.
Well-meaning lezzie couples will try and fix you with friends, and you will get more than your dose of dating advice and phone numbers.
Names of women who may be interested will be dropped and you will be the topic of much conversation.
Because of the “either/or” culture we live in, very little in terms of resources or information exists for bisexuals in regards to dating or sexuality.
One of the few great books on bisexuality is the classic “The Bisexual Option” by Dr.
I never gave myself the chance to think about it because I was safe where I was.
There are so many unspoken rules, it would take a cryptologist to decipher them. Mainly because women are complicated, but in the best way.
(Disclaimer: There really aren’t any rules if you’re dating the right person.) So now that I’m married to a woman, and I’m still basically an expert at being terrible at dating, I’ve rounded up some of the questions I was afraid to ask when I first started dating a woman. It’s never fun to live a lie, but if you’re still figuring this part of yourself out, there’s no rush to tell anyone. I made some sort of joke (because that’s what I do), and then probably said, “Haha, no but seriously.” 10.
Bisexual help is often dismissed or invisible, a possible consequence of biphobia.
What follows here are some dating tips to help fill that void of missing information.
Bi-curious, Bi-sexual, Women in open Rrelationships, married but mingling with the Same Sex…