Sex Story of A Stranger Story Two
Jun 27,2022 | Lovevib
If he doesn’t listen or reacts poorly, then he’s not a good FWB and needs to be canned. I’m a 29-year-old male and have recently started identifying as heteroflexible. I’m mostly interested in women, but can get into seeing/sleeping with guys from time to time. Internal g-spot stimulation knock my socks off. Then we also try the sucking clit sex toys. I was on a third date with a girl I met through Tinder, and I thought things were going great. Then I told her I was bi and she basically couldn’t leave my house fast enough.
I was shocked that she’d react so strongly and nothing I said could convince her to stay. What can I do now? — Boy InterruptedThank the lucky stars that she showed you her true colors early on, so you don’t have to put up with any more of her small-mindedness.
That’s the high road answer, but it doesn’t make it suck less. Most bisexuals experience a lot of judgment, fear and stereotyping in dating contexts, in spite of the fact that the bisexuals make up the largest segment of the LGBTQIA+ community — by far.Some bisexuals out themselves in their dating profiles to try to prevent situations like what happened to you. But others like to have the conversation in person, after a few dates, where they have more control and can answer any questions that come up. (I fell into the latter camp, but I know it can be harder for bi guys who primarily date women.) We enjoy more vibrators then, the powerful wand vibrators in particular.
In any case, if you haven’t already, you might want to find/join some online communities for bi guys. It won’t stop the stereotyping, but a little camaraderie from those who know can help lessen the sting.