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By  fwongraven  |  10

FYL, bisexual doesn't equal wanting threesomes or multiple partners. Dunno, I've been contacted by 'curious' couples (with no instigation on my part) who seem to think the man-and-woman combo must be like all my birthdays come at once. No.

  hahaalolz  |  0


Today, I told my bf I'm bisexual. he then responded by being supportive and trying to fill my sexual fantasies by asking if I wanted a threesome. FML

  klutzycleo  |  5

Methinks OP made it an FML because OP's boyfriend wanted sexual relations with her - and someone else. In my experience, some people don't like threesomes because it means their partner will be having sex with someone else besides them. Just a thought (:

  nerdsgetmehot  |  22

#50 Exactly. Not every bisexual person wants a threesome. I'm bisexual and I'd be hurt if that was my boyfriend's immediate reaction after I told him. I'd consider being a threesome cheating, and so would he-- we both want each other to ourselves.

  brightnite  |  0

Its a double standard. If ops boyfriend
told her he was bi she would prob get grossed or think twice. when op does it he wants to let her try. I think it's a nice gesture

  DjeePee  |  24

Bisexual =/= polygamic. Thought I just point that out. So the argument of "fulfilling sexual fantasies" is invalid, except if you meant 'fulfilling HIS sexual fantasies".

  LegitDGK  |  0

let me explain this to you honey. Every guy wants a 3some except for guys who r gay but don't know it yet. Your bi that means every guy will want u unless ur ugly as fuck. everyone wants a bi gf so don't complain ur being a selfish hoe op

  xBangOut  |  4

It's good that you told him, however judging from your reaction, I can tell that u re not together long enough and your relation isn't strong enough to deal with threesome and consequences it might cause, but in future u might actually try some and everything will turn out great.

By  perdix  |  29

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By  vickycat  |  5

I agree with #7. This is close to the perfect, most supportive response he could give. Also considering that probably 90% of guys would give up a nut for a threesome I can't really think of what you expected him to least he said it instead of just silently thinking it.
You have kind of implied a bit of a liberal sexuality so I can't really see what you're upset about. You're also a bit lucky that he wasn't too hurt or offended that you hid that kind of thing from him.


How does being bisexual = being sexually liberated? If sexual orientation isn't a choice, then bisexuality is a state of being, regardless of whether you engage in bisexual acts or even believe homosexuality is morally right. Admitting your state of being doesn't necessarily indicate your degree of sexual liberty. If it did, what would you assume about admittedly straight people? That they're all sexually repressed?    

Aside from that, I have to disagree with the rest of your comment, too. While there's nothing inherently wrong with his question, it probably shouldn't have been the first thing out of his mouth. Sure, it *could* mean that he wants to make sure she's sexually fulfilled, but it could also be a purely selfish response. Even just a "Thanks for telling me; this doesn't change my opinion of you" would have been light years better, IMO.