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Thread: Can straight guys be bi-curious?
28-05-06, 08:13 PM #1
Can straight guys be bi-curious?
This guy that seems to really like me told me he was bicurious. He also said that sex is overrated but I'm guessing lots of guys think that + it doen't mean anything. Just wondering if straight guys can be bicurious or if its really a sign that a guy is bisexual. He says hes only had girl friends before, and he seems to really want a relationship with me. Just wondering what you think, any views or advice would be great.
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28-05-06, 11:02 PM #2
Ahem *looks the other way whistling*
28-05-06, 11:05 PM #3
I assume you are female, right?
Some guys will say that you can't be straight and bi-curious, but I think of sexuality as a continuum, and if his sexuality is somewhere in the middle, then I don't know why he couldn't be curious about other guys.
Here is the thing though: if he is a teenager/early 20s, he is at the peak of his sexual interest, and I think with all those hormones coursing through the body, a lot of guys would stick it ANYWHERE to get an orgasm.
Still, if you intend to pursure a sexual relationship with him, be VERY careful. HIV infections are on the rise in the homosexual population, and you will definitely be at increased risk. Educate yourself, practice "safe" sex, and be sure this guy is REALLY worth taking the chance, and know if he is trustworthy. Don't be impulsive.Relax... I'll need some information first. Just the basic facts - can you show me where it hurts?
29-05-06, 04:41 AM #4
I think he's waving red flags in your face. When you find him in bed with another man in three months, he'll say, "But I told you I was bi-curious!"
You okay with that?
29-05-06, 10:47 AM #5
Straight & Bi-curious ?
Don't think so ...
31-05-06, 10:38 AM #6
Can straight guys be bi-curious? No! Simply put!
If a raindrop was a kiss, I'd send you a shower.
If a hug was a second, I'd send you an hour.
If smiles were water, I'd send you the sea.
And if love was a person, I'd send you me.
31-05-06, 11:04 AM #7Originally Posted by Kellie_SabrinaRelax... I'll need some information first. Just the basic facts - can you show me where it hurts?
31-05-06, 11:10 AM #8
I am a guy and think it is possible. But if he is telling you that means he wants to act on the curiosity, or at least thinks about it. Maybe you should back off a little until he is sure what he wants.
Last edited by Kiechi; 06-06-06 at 07:40 PM.
02-06-06, 01:50 AM #9
02-06-06, 04:10 AM #10
Two words: Brokeback Mountain.
05-06-06, 06:44 AM #11Originally Posted by vashti
That was just an example.
I cannot speak for everyone else, but I think I am happy ogling and thinking about women
HussainAre there no prisons? Are there no workhouses? - The Ghost of Christmas Past
05-06-06, 07:08 AM #12Originally Posted by mhussain
BTW - Welcome back Hussain!Relax... I'll need some information first. Just the basic facts - can you show me where it hurts?
05-06-06, 04:38 PM #13Originally Posted by vashtiAre there no prisons? Are there no workhouses? - The Ghost of Christmas Past
05-06-06, 05:47 PM #14
To whoever said you can't be bi-curious, sorry.
Given the looks of your name, you're obviously female. You're missing one thing. I'm a straight male and I'm what is apparently called "bi-curious," making you a presumtuous cock.
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