We are a support and social group for bisexuals. We offer a safe place to explore our experiences and the challenges related to being bisexual. We also offer a comfortable setting free of judgments where people can socialize and have fun. We believe that for us sexual desire, identity, and preference are fluid and we support each person's freedom to love whomever we choose.
HOW TO JOIN (you must be at least 21 years of age) 1. Use your real first name on your account profile 2. Answer all profile questions with reasonable details (one or two words are not enough) 3. Post a recent photo that clearly shows your face. Nude or suggestive photos are not acceptable.
What is bisexuality? There are probably as many definitions as there are bisexuals. Most bisexuals feel varying degrees of romantic, emotional, and/or sexual attraction to people of more than one gender. These feelings vary in intensity and significance over time. For many bisexuals, the quality of the connection with their partner is much more important than the packaging (gender).
Bisexuals are faced with many myths, prejudices, and misunderstandings. Some people think bisexuals are confused or in denial about their true sexual identity. Some people may be unwilling to date bisexuals because they believe that bisexuals are promiscuous, must have multiple partners, and will not be able to make a commitment to a single partner of any gender. As a result, many bisexuals feel shut out by both heterosexuals and gays. Some bisexuals feel bad about themselves because they think there is something immoral or shameful about having romantic, emotional, and/or sexual feelings for people of the same gender.
Mixed Orientation Marriage (MOM) If you are in a straight marriage and later discover that one of you is not straight, you are not alone. In millions of heterosexual marriages one partner turns out to be LGBTQ. Too bad that with so much sexual repression most of us never realize how common mixed marriages actually are. As a result, it is extremely difficult to find people to talk with honestly about experiences in mixed marriages. We will offer some events for mixed orientation couples so we can break the silence and share our experiences with each other.
We welcome your suggestions and we can always use your help with events.