I'm bi. I occasionally like to sleep with men. But it causes me lots of trouble, because invariably they want to get into a relationship with me, and invariably I don't realize this until I've already encouraged them a bit. This often leads to hard feelings and phone calls that I have to ignore. Also, me barricading myself in my house and pretending I don't exist for a month or two, and sometimes a relocation to another state.
I'm not against the occasional male fling. But ultimately, I prefer women sexually (even if emotionally and mentally they can drive me nuts), and a male relationship would never work out long term because of this.
Anyways, I've gotten into this situation with a very sweet man at my place of work, and now my gut is in a twist as I try to come up with a way of backtracking from my encouragement to tell him I'm not interested.
From now on, I may just keep my bi-sexuality to myself. Though gay guys can smell it on me, I swear.
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|sashanan - June 29, 2009 (11:25 AM)
You probably do radiate it even if not consciously so. Guess you know better than anyone that unequal expectations about a relationship cause as much drama between men as they do between a man and a woman, huh? :P
|zippdementia - June 29, 2009 (12:22 PM)
Yeah, for sure. And it's worse when it's someone you see on a weekly basis in a work environment. I think I'm just gonna play the avoidance game, where I never let plans come to fruition but continue to be nice at work. Eventually I'll end up dating someone else and the problem will solve itself.
It's my old moto: actively waiting for my problems to go away.
|bluberry - June 29, 2009 (07:58 PM)
maybe I'm just an insensitive tit but you'd think guys would understand better than girls that a lot of the time you're just kind of playing around and aren't looking for anything serious.
this is why I stick to sluts.
|disco - June 29, 2009 (09:10 PM)
I supposedly give off a gay/bi vibe at work. Several of my customers have admitted that they thought I wasn't straight. I don't mind it, but it can make for some awkward situations. >.>
|zippdementia - June 29, 2009 (10:20 PM)
It doesn't get really awkward until they have a dick in your ass and you realize you're not so into it.
|bluberry - June 30, 2009 (11:39 AM)
"don't come too fast boy or I'll clench my buttcheeks and rip your dick off"
god I love Eddie Murphy.