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According to surveys done in the United States and around the world, an estimated 3.5% of adults in the United States identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual and an estimated 0.3% of adults are transgender, with the National Health Interview Survey finding that 0.7% of adults consider themselves bisexual.
The results of such surveys would suggest there are approximately nine million LGBTQ Americans, that there are more bisexual women than men, and therefore far more of them are looking for a date than is suggested by the media.
For many of them, it may be easier to simply omit the fact that they’re bisexual rather than tackle biphobia.
And, in some cases, it’s a matter of personal safety.
Ford Hickson, of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Straight men are notorious for reacting to learning of a woman’s bisexuality with the phrase, “Oh, that’s hot.” Some of them then go on to ask, “So can I watch you and another woman have sex?
In my experience, I’ve found that it’s often necessary to approach dating as though it was a hostile fortress in Skyrim, which seems appropriate, given how many men view bisexual women as tokens to be won.
The problem is that it’s not always easy to identify these men, and I’ve had dozens of conversations that began promisingly, only for the issue of sexuality to come up and things to suddenly slide into a surreal horror movie.
It seems obvious when one thinks about it, but nearly every other bisexual woman I’ve talked to has at least one story about somebody wanting to add a little kink into their sex lives and assuming dating a bisexual is the best way to do it.
This may be shocking to some people, but not all bisexuals want to have a threesome, and for a couple to make that suggestion to another person based only on the fact that they’re bisexual is not the way to a second date.
Many of the stereotypes and assumptions about bisexuals are wildly inaccurate, and often also offensive.