Thursday, December 08, 2005

Lesbian versus predator

For this post, I am the Predator. Bisexual and on the hunt. That's me.

The question that is on my mind is whether it is better to hunt for a lesbian or a bisexual girl.

I used to think that a bisexual girl was the easy option. The better preference.

I read with trepidation an advert on Aol Dating (which appears to be pretty interesting it has to be said), by a lesbian woman. "Sorry but no bi girls as am not interested in a keen boyfriend with his experienced girlfriend looking for fun. I want 'sorted' individuals".

I was a little shocked by this statement.

Women stating they are bisexual absolutely does not mean that they are looking for threesomes. Jaysus.

It also does not mean that a bisexual woman or man is not 'sorted'.

Yeah, it may appear to those who are not bi that we are greedy or undecided or sitting on the fence, and okay I do like to have my cake and eat it.


I am well and truly sorted with my bisexuality and it was not an easy road to travel on. Still isn't. At least now it's fun.

Lesbians that I have met have been pretty hardcore. I believe this is to make some kind of point.

I don't actually see the point in a woman dressing and behaving like a man when they have a pussy and bleed every month.

What man does that then?

Tell me and I'll eat my bloody shorts.


Stef said...

I'm not really in a position to comment here but I will anyway. It's my way :-)

From what I can gather some (and I stress the emphasis) bi women are in a stage of transition and if you're after a stable relationship I can see why you would steer clear of people in transition.

There are pleny of bi people, not in a transition to anything who are, as you say, sorted.

However, if this lesbian was after a monogomous relationship you can also see why should would steer away from even 'sorted' bi-women, they're likely to have blokes too. Some people just don't want to share...

Happybutterfly said...

Good comment well put, however, I love to share;-)Not necessarily meaning my man but it depends:-)I just got annoyed by being excluded without a test. makes me grind my teeth repeatedly.

Stef said...

I can understand the annoyance, it reads like she thinks bi-women are all flakey.

What I think she means though is that she doesn't want to share which is fair enough; each to their own and all that.

Damien said...

There's something similar with women and bi men. One girl I went out with was initially intregued by it, but became more and more convinced that a bi fella is just a complete cock monster without self control.

I love stereotypes.

Happybutterfly said...

Cock that one...sounds like someone after my own heart;-)

Damien said...

Shhh... Just because we are doesn't mean the whole world has to know ;)