We welcome bisexual and bicurious women from all walks of life for frank and honest bi chat and discussion. Or perhaps in a relationship, married and don't know where to start, or if this is even for you ?
Maybe you're experiencing feelings towards other women you just can't get your head around ?
You'll meet many others just like you in our support forums.
Why should we lie about past physical violence, verbal attacks, being ostracized, just for this assumed “straight privilege”? That really is a bit like saying you're blonde-sexual now you're dating a blonde girl – even if your ex had brown hair.
You try pretending you've never dated or felt attracted to anyone except your girlfriend for a while and see how good that feels. It's cute to try and pretend you've never been attracted to anyone else ever but that's not how it works.
We have set up this website just for you, because we've been there too.
If you're really that bothered about secondhand male contact, I can honestly assure you that being bi doesn't mean we don't wash between intimate experiences (or that we have loads of unprotected sex). Because life with me as a lesbian couple would be so much harder than taking the easy way and dating a man, so I wouldn't trust her to stick around.
Besides, plenty of lesbians have been with men before: not everyone is a “gold star”! I've never dated a bisexual woman myself but I've seen enough friends have a hard time with bisexual girlfriends.” - Aisha, 25.
The only kind of erasure the LGBT community should really be supporting is the type that has Andy Bell singing onstage with it.
Even if we rush off into the sunset in a big white meringue dress with a guy at our side, we are still bi.
The number of times I've been left alone in the corner of a bar, clutching the drink she now wishes she'd never bought me, after dropping the b-bomb. I'd be happy to have an open relationship but if she's sleeping with guys as well as girls then no way.” - Erica, 36.
What is it that makes some lesbians so reluctant to date She Wired asked a bunch of lesbians “Would you ever date a bisexual? Nobody is proposing that all of the men we've ever slept with get into bed with you when we do.
I would be scared she'd miss straight sex and go behind my back.” - Joyce, 19. I just wouldn't like the idea that she's been with a man sexually.
Why would I want to bring men into the equation in any way, shape or form?