Safer Sex for Lesbians and Bisexual Women

How to Protect Yourself from STDs and HIV?
Safer sex for lesbians and bisexual women is a way to protect yourself from contracting or transmitting sexually transmitted diseases including HIV and AIDS. But what exactly is safer sex? And how can you be sure you're protected?
First the disclaimer. If you're sexually active, there is no 100 percent protection against contracting a sexually transmitted infection. But there are some things you can do to make your play safer.
The best way to protect yourself from contracting a sexually transmitted disease is to keep your partner's body fluids out of your body. These fluids include vaginal fluids, blood, menstrual blood, breast milk, and semen.

Here are some low-risk activities:
Masturbation (only touching yourself)
Nipple and breast stimulation when not lactating
Erotic massage
Body rubbing
Using a sex toy with a condom (be sure to use a new condom if sharing sex toys)
Cunnilingus (oral sex) with a barrier, such as a glove, dental dam or plastic wrap
Vaginal or anal contact with a latex glove

The following activities are Risky:
Unprotected cunnilingus, especially when a woman is bleeding
Unprotected rimming
Sharing sex toys without a condom
Sharing needles
Unprotected penis/vaginal intercourse
Unprotected penis/anal

Apr 28, 2013 | By cathrinec on
NY, United States

Coming out : i'm bisexual

7 Tips what not to do on your first date

There are some things you must not do when you first meet someone in person. These have been collected from personal experiences of mine and my friends:
1. Be on time for the date. If you are going to be late, definitely text the person(these days, everyone has a cell with texting) and let him/her know.
2. Do not use a cell phone at all unless it is a dire emergency (and only then, excuse yourself from the table with apologies and a promise to be right back, explain it is urgent).
3. Dress appropriately! No sexy or revealing attire. Wear a nice wardrobe, no wrinkled shirts, no scruffy shoes!
4. Stay focused on the other person. Ask questions about his/her life. Do NOT get too personal with religion, exes, politics just yet!
5. Be nice to the waiter/waitress and tip generously!
6. Let the date last up to 2 hours. Any longer, you will tend to overshare yourself with too much detail. Save some for the second date!
7. For men, ask the woman if she wants to meet again (provided you like her).

Apr 27, 2013 | By Dashing007 on
New York, United States

How to Date Bisexual Women

You are attracted to her but are confused. You think that she may feel the same way about you, but she is with another man. Is she bisexual or is she just being friendly? This is a question that plagues many lesbian or bisexual women who are looking to date other bisexual women. Below are some good places to look and find women who could be bisexual and interested.

1. Try looking at online dating sites. This is one of the ways that you can take one look at a woman and know whether or not she's bisexual. Her profile says it all. It's never a good idea to go up to a lady in a bar and say, "Hey, do you do both men and women?".

2. Visit a bisexual and lesbian bar. If you're over 21, this might be the most obvious place to try and meet someone. Some women have luck meeting partners in bars, others find the atmosphere superficial and hard to get to know someone. And alcohol can always alter your judgment. My suggestion is to go to a bar with some friends. Check the scene out and see if you feel comfortable.

3. How do I approach someone?If someone catches your eye, give her a look and see if she makes eye contact. If she holds your glance, approach her. Introduce yourself and ask her name. Try not to use a corny line. Ask her to dance or play a game of pool. Buy her a drink. Ask her if she's single and get her phone number.

4. Go to a LBGT rally. If you really want to find some bisexual women, attend a rally for gay rights. You are likely to run into at least a couple there. However, if you are uncomfortable being at such an event, then you don't need to be looking for a bisexual woman to date anyway.

Apr 26, 2013 |
By myadswe on,
California, United States

Bisexual Women: Good Marriage Material?

Whether a bisexual woman is good marriage material is a question that men ask themselves and answer themselves. It's important that any man wondering about marrying a bisexual woman, consider what it means to the bisexual woman to be bisexual. Certain behaviors that men attribute to bisexual women may or may not be considerations in the decision-making process.

I recently reconnected with a former boyfriend of mine, and we chatted about this very topic. After all, a girl's gotta get a word in to help a guy formulate his opinion on the subject. We met at a local cafe to catch up.

So we were talking about what was new in our lives since we had ended our relationship, and he mentioned that he found me on the web, read my online profile and had some questions. Okay, I thought - this should be interesting.

After a few generally vague questions, he popped out with “So you’re bisexual?” I tried to read the visual cues from his expression. He seemed more curious than angry. So far so good. I answered, “Yeah.” As we continued to talk he expressed his feeling that by me being bisexual, he would feel inadequate for me; that I wouldn’t be satisfied with JUST him. I was shocked and thrown completely off. I didn’t understand what he meant.

Bisexual Men are Nuts


I have known this forever. I always knew that bisexual men were far crazier than straight men and they were even crazier than gay men, which is pretty bad because gay guys are pretty nutty.
Not sure what causes this. Most of the bi guys I was thinking of were in denial about it. In fact, I figure most bisexual men are in denial about their bisexuality to at least some folks if not to everyone. And most of the ones I knew seemed to be oriented more towards males than towards females. In fact, I thought that some of them were simply gay. The only thing that differentiated them from gay men was the girlfriend by their side.

I recall one guy (call him Arthur) who didn’t even look up when a hot chick entered the room. To him she was part of the furniture, part of the air. This is the typical gay male response to a hot female. From what I could tell, he had maximal attraction to males and zero to minimal attraction to females.
I had another involvement, unfortunately a long term friendship which ended very violently, with a bisexual guy (KL). All I got were the strongest gay vibes off the guy the whole time he was around. He never acted like he was the tiniest bit interested in females. I blew the whistle on him after a bit and told everyone what a world class, super star, gold medal awarded faggot he was. That ruined his cover, and he threatened to beat me up. In addition to being an ultra-fag, he was also probably most one of sickest, weirdest and most utterly twisted human beings I have ever met.

The first bisexual Congressperson sorta doesn’t want to talk about it

Arizona Rep. Krysten Sinema, the first bisexual Congressperson, (sorta) downplays the milestone, as Manuel Roig-Franzia of WaPo reports:
“I don’t have a story to tell,” she snaps. “I don’t think this is relevant or significant. I’m confused when these questions come up.”
What’s curious about Sinema’s pique is that it only extends the conversation. She just keeps talking and talking and talking . . . and talking.
“I’m not a pioneer. I’m just a regular person who works hard. Nor am I a poster child. I’m not forging away or pioneering . . . .”
“I don’t understand why it’s a big deal . . . .”
Okay. Got it.
“I don’t understand what the mystique is . . . .”

Bisexuality: 13 Types - What Type Are You?

We all know the definition for homosexual and heterosexual. These terms are specific and definite in the description of the gender to which a person of either sexuality is attracted to, emotionally and sexually. A homosexual is attracted to his/her own gender and a heterosexual is attracted to the opposite gender. These encompass the identifying labels of gay, lesbian and straight. People whose sexuality is not specific to gender attraction fall into the general category of bisexual. There is a lot of confusion about the concept of bisexuality and what it means.

A significant percentage of people experience sexual and emotional attractions and feelings towards people of both genders, at varying times throughout their lives. Thus bisexuality is an all-encompassing term. Many find the term too vague and all-inclusive, lacking the definition to describe their particular sexuality, and prefer the labels pansexual, non-preferential, sexually fluid, ambi-sexual, or queer.

Alfred Kinsey's sexual orientation scale allows for a continuum of zero to six. Heterosexuals score at zero and homosexuals score at six. That leaves the entire inside range of his scale in the bisexuality realm. So what does this mean?

What is Bisexual Behavior?

So, just what is bisexual behavior and how does it develop?

Simply put, bisexuals are men and women who experience sexual or erotic attraction to members of both sexes.

Sadly, compared to heterosexuality and homosexuality, very little scientific study has been conducted on bisexuality. Still, based on the few studies that have been done, it appears clear that bisexuals are not people whose orientation is fundamentally homosexual with a bit of heterosexual sex on the side, nor are they fundamentally heterosexual but enjoy homosexual sex on the side.

Also they are not people who, at one point in their lives, engage in sexual behavior with persons of one sex and then, at another point, engage in sexual behavior with persons of the other sex, although this pattern of sequential changes is sometimes called transitional bisexuality. Rather, bisexuals are people who are sexually attracted to persons of both sexes during the same general time period in their lives.
It is thought that people develop and experience bisexuality in a number of different ways. For some it begins as a form of experimentation that adds a spark to their sex lives, but it does not become the main arena of sexual activity. For others it is a deliberate choice to participate in whatever feels best at the moment.

Three particular sets of circumstances have been thought to be conducive to bisexuality:

Dating: How Do I Meet a Bi Girl Near Me?

You've joined BiCupid so now what? You obviously want to meet another bi girl, preferably within driving distance, but where do you start? Right here.

1. Completely fill out your profile. It's cute to say "I'll get back to this later" but the truth is, you're missing a lot of members who are browsing during hours when you are not online, if your profile is incomplete. So after you join and log back into the site, use the "Edit My Profile" option in your Profile Manager at the top of your profile page to fill in all the areas you skipped when you registered. Use the Change My Photo to add a profile picture of yourself, so we can see you and get to know you.

2. Find your inbox. You have an inbox for mail from other members. Just click the "Mail" menu tab at the top of the page. There is also a short-cut message indicator on the top of your profile page, as well as on the home page where you login. You can send messages to any other members by using the drop-down menu to the right of your inbox page. You can also create contact lists.

More thinking on bisexuality

In response to a recent column about a bisexual woman who was wondering if she should marry, some people wrote angrily to say that one does not have to want to be in a plural marriage to be bisexual. That makes sense. They said that they were bisexual but happy in a committed monogamous relationship. That too sounds reasonable. Some claimed to have been hurt or insulted by my recent words about bisexuality. So I reexamined what I wrote.

I want to be kind and I want to be fair and want to admit that I can make mistakes. I hurt some people and I am sorry. I erred in not speaking to enough bisexual people to understand the sensitivity of the issue. I got swept away in the pure logic of it. For that I am sorry.
But let me state affirmatively what underlies my thinking. People need to make choices based on who they really are. In order to do that they must have legal choices that suit who they are.

Bisexual men are more jealous when dating women

Bisexual men are more jealous of sexual infidelity when they are dating a woman than when they are dating a man, a new study has found.

This reinforces the idea that jealousy stems from evolution and concerns about reproduction.

Men would want to know that their female partners' children are their own, which is why they would tend to worry more about their sexual infidelity than a male partner's.

Similarly women tend to worry about emotional infidelity, stemming from a time when they had to worry about men allocating resources to their relationship.

Under this theory, it makes sense that bisexual men dating women would be more worried about sexual infidelity than bisexual men dating men, who can't get pregnant, said study researcher Cory Scherer, a social psychologist at Pennsylvania State University Schuylkill.

Bisexual Female Pop Stars: Is Bi A Requirement?

Take a look at the pop charts or go to a movie and you will enter a world of hot and sexy bisexual women.
Female pop singers, and actresses, are constantly trying to prove how sexually adventurous they are, deliberately positioning themselves as fantasy material for a still male-dominated society. It’s pretty surprising if a female pop star does a video in which she doesn’t appear practically naked.
To see how necessary “scandalous” displays of sexuality are for a woman to make it in current pop music, one need look no further than Miley Cyrus’s new video “Can’t Be Tamed,” a clear attempt to transition her teen queen image into an adult career through bondage gear and sensual writhing.

Bisexual Dating: The Difficult Truth About Bisexual Hookups

As an editor at the largest bisexual women's social and dating website in the world, I have decided that it's about time that we started addressing some realities about bisexual women and bisexual dating.

The truth is that meeting other bisexual women for dating, relationships or just sexual fulfillment is hard and anything but simple!

If I am straight, unencumbered and available then finding a date, even for a one night stand, is fairly easy in today's world. The number of methods I have to meet and successfully connect with someone new is quite high: I have bars, clubs, dating sites, my workplace and social activies where I can meet and cultivate personal relationships.
This is also true for the openly gay. In fact, in addition to the opportunities above, the gay/lesbian community is active and aggressivly promotes events, social get-togethers and mixers. They even sponsor a parade each year in Gay Pride events worldwide.

22 tests whether you learn "bisexual" potential

May have been absolutely sure about their orientation is normal, you heart is a absolutely bisexual, at a particular time, broke out in a different orientation. So might as well to test to see, do you have a double potential.

1, very resistant to the marriage idea now?
Yes- turn 2 questions
No - 3 items

2, through a window, you will be very deliberately look at herself in the mirror window?
Yes - 3 items
Not deliberately turn - 4 items

3, do you support gay marriage is legal marriage?
Yes - 4 questions
Does not support - turn 5 questions
Non-inductive - 6 questions

4, if let you choose a place to spend the lonely old age, would you choose?
The countryside rural - 6 questions
An island - turn 5 questions
Nursing home - 7 questions


Who can know Angelina jolie? Lived the her lesbian, female sex maniac, female artist, mental patients, female agent, women scientists, woman killer, is best known her sexy and beautiful, but she married brad Pitt after admitting bisexual, and claim to like the sm. Jolie's image has always been very independent, but now the comments more proved her personality.

All of us are bisexual

While heterosexual dominated, gay has been admitted. Think this is what we have already completed the sexual revolution of the age. But a third way still doesn't work, refused to acknowledge that bisexuals social requirements of the right not to selective orientation, namely indiscriminately successively or fall in love with men's and women's rights at the same time. Human social scientists, carter, Deschamps (Catherine Deschamps) pointed out: "our society is not to give up binary logic, either straight or gay, there is no other in the middle."
Simple binary logic than rough unify into the theory of civilization is an important step forward. But also encourage those who belonged to intermediate shades of gray, also consciously - either to the right on both sides, or to the left. Vivian in the "song" to pose as heterosexual, gay in "red", pretend to, but never in a bar, can let her follow one's inclinationsly or without label into the third kind of label. For Vivian, it is the ideal way of life: "don't have to consider what is unhealthy and abnormal. According to my nature to love, I need this kind of freedom."

Bipolar and Bisexual - Living with Labels

Labels are powerful. I'm a daughter, sister, niece, cousin, friend, co-worker, confidant, volunteer, dominant, girlfriend, bisexual, mental patient... Wow! What kind of assumptions would one make by reading that sentence? What would happen if I wore a button that listed all my "labels"? Would I be treated differently?

I don't wear a button. In fact, I feel I have to hide my real self. Sure, I can tell people I volunteer. "Volunteer for what?" they ask. I reply, "I volunteer in the bipolar disorder site of, helping people who are diagnosed with the illness." That opens up an entire conversation which ends with "Are YOU bipolar?" Not good.

Dating: How Do I Meet a Bi Girl And Swinger Near Me?

You've joined so now what? You obviously want to meet another bi girl and swingers, preferably within driving distance, but where do you start? Right here.

1. Completely fill out your profile. It's cute to say "I'll get back to this later" but the truth is, you're missing a lot of members who are browsing during hours when you are not online, if your profile is incomplete. So after you join and log back into the site, use the "Edit My Profile" option in your Profile Manager at the top of your profile page to fill in all the areas you skipped when you registered. Use the Change My Photo to add a profile picture of yourself, so we can see you and get to know you.