thảo luận What, in your opinion, is considered bisexual behaviour?
I have heard a lot of people argue about what being bisexual really means. I believe the official way to define bisexuality is that the individuals themselves define themselves to be bisexual. I agree with this one.
However, some people have pointed out a few things that have made me think. I'd like to hear what you think about them.
1. There are some people who might feel attracted to their own sex and/or have sexual relations with their own sex and yet continue to perceive themselves as heterosexual.
-Do you think they are actually bisexuals who just haven't admitted it to themselves?
2. Likewise there are people who claim to be bisexual but would never actually get involved with a same-sex partner in real life, instead being more attracted to the idea of it.
-Do you think that their lack of real-life commitment to their identification of bisexuality proves that they're actually not bisexual?
3.A friend of mine theorized that the very common bisexual behaviour in teenagers when they are coming to terms with their sexuality might prove that bisexuality is not necessarily a permanent state, but instead something a person might choose and control easier than heterosexuality and homosexuality.
-Do you think that a bisexual person can control their sexual orientation easier than other orientations?
4. It's quite common for teenagers to experience homosexual attraction to their own sex even if they later in life consider themselves straight.
-Do you think that a homosexually experimenting teenager who later grows to see themselves as heterosexual is actually bisexual, no matter if they perceive themselves to be that or not?
-What is your personal view of the nature of bisexuality? How would you define it?
To me it seems like bisexuality is often left undefined and undiscussed in contrast to other sexual orientations. I hope to spark some (intelligent and respectful) discussion about the subject.
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