Larry King once asked Anna Paquin if she was no longer a “practicing bisexual” since she is happily married to her husband.
It’s time we all realized that bisexual people are just as good relationship material as anyone else – and that most of the assumptions about dating bi people aren’t true.(Well, that and “I’m still living in my parent’s basement.”)That fear often stems from a misunderstanding of what it means to be bisexual.As Ellyn Ruthstrom, president of the Bisexual Resource Center, told the – who have a hard time wrapping their minds around dating non-monosexuals are likely falling prey to such negative misperceptions.To me having sex with a woman is amazing and having sex with a man is amazing for different reasons.Yet many people believe that being bisexual and having sex with men will somehow put women off, as though your masculinity is somehow defined by the gender of the people you date.Sure, your “parts” will be appreciated — , “If you are attracted to people of both sexes, that just doubles the temptation.If you start with the assumption that there are attractive things about maleness and about femaleness (the energy, the body, whatever), and you really like both, who’d want to give up both?It's one of the oldest cliches in the book, that somehow having sex with a man makes you less 'manly' and less attractive to women.But actually the opposite is often true, and society is finally catching on. I've had sex with men, women and long lasting relationships with both. If I find someone entertaining or sexy I'll go for it, we'll work out what's going on in the bedroom when we get there.While straight men develop their moves through a mix of experience and porn, I've actually had sex with other men.I know what other men have done that's impressed me in bed and when I see these awesome moves - I steal them. So are there women out there who don't mind dating guys who've had sex with men?