Why should I mention my sexuality when dating? I'm bisexual and when I'm dating a guy he'll think I'm gay, which is true in this instance. If we break up and I date a woman, she'll naturally assume I'm straight. If I'm ever asked about my sexuality I'll tell the truth, but from relationship to relationship it doesn't matter because I'm invested in the person I'm in that relationship with.
>should I deceive the people who matter most to me or not? help help I cannot decide this incredibly simple thing
I guess it really depends on whether you see other people as objects created for your own pleasure and amusement, or as human beings who should be treated with care.
I agree OP, I think Bret Easton Ellis pinpoints the same thing.
>"I think the last time I slept with a woman was five or six years ago, so the bi thing can only be played out so long,"
This is why I think true male bisexuality is polyamorous and consists of at least man + man + female construct.
If it doesn't, and you are simply after monogamy with either men or women, you're simply having more options in the dating market through flexibility.
idk but im digging that bird. that beautiful fucking bird. that bird i would let roam free in my house without a cage. that bird i would probably smooch. that bird i would spend my life with. i really like that bird dude
Is it relevant to your relationship, fuckface?
No, it isn't.
Don't hide it, but don't go shoving your inadequacy in his face, either, you autistic fuck.