Why Are Bisexual Women Special?

We cannot statistics how many bisexual women on the world. But  there is no doubt that  the number of bisexual woman certainly more than bisexual men. In terms of the number, it is also a special point. Today, we will talk about bisexual women, who are special and why are many bisexual men and  couples want to meet and date them? Here are some traits that make them so desireable for  bisexual men and couples.

Open Minded and Easy Going

Most of bisexual women are open minded and easy going,  They are easy going and don't care about others think about them, eapecially bisexual. They are very receptive to new ideas and things. But they will not force others to accept the fact that they are bisexual.

Sexy and Beautiful

Bisexual Women are care about their appearance and love dressing up. They like to present the most beautiful  themselves in front of people. Although the love of beauty is a woman's nature, bisexual women like beauty is in the pursuit of his own nature.


Open But Not For Everyone

We often said that bisexual women are open, but this open not for everyone. They are looking for dating partner, but not all bisexual people can date with them, they won't because it is hard to find the right date would settle for second best.


Independent personality

Bisexual women are likely to have a freedom and independence of thought. In seeking independence, they do not sacrifice their human dignity. They are striving for bisexual people rights and legal recognition. From them, we can see many characteristics of the new women.

Brave

Telling people that you are bisexual can seem a big step, but for many bisexual women, it's a way to bacome comfortable with your sexuality and to stop feeling like you are "hiding". Some young women and men feel that they need to have sex to "prove" they are really bisexual or lesbian, gay. They are not feel like they can claim the label if they've never had sex. Bisexual Women are rational and brave. They needn't prove that they are bisexual to anyone.

What it's like to be a woman in love with a bisexual man

High school girls dating high school boys might imagine their biggest threat comes from a leggy blonde on the netball team, but what if it's a male rugby star that catches his eye? According to two researchers studying relationships with bisexual men, it doesn't have to be a story of heartbreak.

Bisexuals and their partners say they often feel silenced by wider society. But an Australian study into the experiences of 78 women in relationships with bisexual men has revealed some of the nuances of their situation.
If we tell the children that Dad's bi, what happens when that child goes to school and starts talking about Dad and Mum and their relationship?
Maria Palotti-Chiarolli, Deakin University
The women were aged between 19 and 65, from a range of cultures, and from all over Australia, says Dr Maria Palotti-Chiarolli, a senior lecturer at Deakin University, who compiled a book based on the study.

Bisexual College Women Are The Most Vulnerable To Sexual Assault

You've likely heard about the horrifying rates of campus sexual assault, and how one in four female students is sexually assaulted during her time in college. What you may not know is how the problem is compounded according to sexuality.

Drawing from surveys of 21,000 students at 21 schools, a new study published in the journal Violence and Gender indicates that bisexual women are more vulnerable to campus sexual assault than any other group of students, with nearly two in five experiencing it. That's compared with one in four gay and bisexual men, similar to the rate of heterosexual women, and one in eight heterosexual men. What's more, involvement in fraternities or sororities was shown to be strongly correlated with the likelihood of experiencing sexual assault.

"Sexual assault is a very underreported crime for a wide range of reasons,