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23 Bisexuals Confess The Biggest Differences Between Dating People Of Each Sex

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Are you a bisexual? If not, and you’re gay or straight, have you ever wondered what it’d be like to date the other sex? Do you think things like “ugh I wonder if guys are this clingy” or “dang I wonder if girls are this close-minded.”

Well, unless you change overnight, you’ll never REALLY know. You’re either use to dating dudes or girls, and have no real basis of comparison. But bisexuals do. You see, you might have taken your bisexual friends or partners for granted. They have so much information to share! They know what it’s like to date both men AND women.

If you’re like me, you have so many questions you want answered. Is there a better sex to date? Is sex better with men or women? Do their private parts taste similar? I JUST WANT TO KNOW.. for science.

Well, lucky for you curious people like moi, these 23 lovely bisexuals have all the answers. They tell us the biggest differences between the sexes. Although some may be slightly biased and can’t really be said for EVERY SINGLE PERSON of that sex, it’s still some pretty interesting shizzz.

These 23 bisexuals discuss the differences in dating each sex:


1.

The women I’ve dated were much more attentive in bed. Asking how I liked it done, making sure I finished etc. They were also much more possessive, which I found odd.

2.

Men are a lot warmer than women. Like temperature. Even kissing is 20 degrees warmer.

3.

If you think dating guys necessarily means less drama, then you’re quite mistaken. Some of them can be quite the drama queen. Also, cheating and functional alcoholism are kind of an epidemic among gay men in my experience.

4.

The men I’ve dated were much better listeners, and more willing to compromise.
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Written by Alex Cogen

Alex is a New Yorker currently living in Austin. She loves cats, grass, and latex but unfortunately is allergic to all 3. She makes mom and dad jokes more than she cares to admit (jk she'll admit it loud and proud). She isn't as funny as she thinks she is. She is the founder of thelazygurl.com.