Bisexual dating

What brings you on Bi-sexualdating

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Why is

Because it is the largest online bisexual dating site catering to bisexual, bi-curious singles & couples.

Over the last 11 years we have been successfully helping singles and couples find open-minded and sexy bisexual women and bisexual men as well as bi-curious people eager to explore intimate relationships. Finding bisexuals on regular dating sites can be frustrating to say the least. Here at Bi-SexualDating, you will feel comfortable searching for other sexy and bisexual individuals just like yourself. We encourage you to explore your sexuality and chat with singles and couples in a secure, safe and fun environment. From intimate encounters, lovers to true love, Bi-SexualDating has something for everyone.

It’s completely free to place a profile and search hundreds of thousands of singles.

It doesn’t get any easier than this. See you inside!



How to Meet Bisexual Women?

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Are you worried about how to and where to meet bisexual women? Are you tired of the LGBT’s bar scene and tired of well meaning couples trying to set you up on dates? Maybe it’s time you tried an online bisexual dating site like @ There is no real contact and if you don’t like what you see out there on the web, you can always just delete your profile and move on.

You want to meet bisexual women, but unfortunately you don’t know how to meet bisexual women. Sometimes it could be slightly bit difficult to be always a bisexual when it comes to meeting other bisexual women for a date or friendship. But thankfully it’s much easier these days than it absolutely was a couple of years straight back, simply because of the countless streams of communication we have available. Now this is the excellent guide on how to meet bisexual women. Meeting bisexual women is like networking with other social groups, you should have to go out there and be ready to meet new bisexuals.

Try looking at bisexual dating sites

This is one of the fastest and easiest way to meet bisexual women. and it gives you the option to search the photos, age, location, relationship status of gay, lesbian, bisexual, bi-curious and couples. These options will expand your chances of meeting bisexual women.

Here is the link below:


Bisexual Women Dating Tips

  • A bisexual person may actually be a bit confused at your inability to be attracted to both sexes. This does not mean that you give off homosexual or heterosexual “vibes”.
  • Don’t ever tease them about being bisexual. They may just laugh it off, but inside you may be hurting them or making them feel insecure. So unless they actually tell you it’s okay, don’t tease them.
  • Try not to be extra cautious around them – this will make them feel insecure or annoyed. Just treat them like a person – don’t avoid a certain topic just because they are bisexual.
  • A bisexual person may want a different kind of relationship with one gender, and a different relationship with another. This may be completely unrelated to their physical attractions.

Bisexualsmeet Review



Bisexualsmeet is a secure and user-friendly dating platform for bi-sexual and bi-curious singles/couples. This site comes with a compact layout and is also quite easy to navigate. There’s no registration fee and users can start browsing through numerous profiles right after signing up. The best part: the profiles in Bisexualsmeet are completely verified. So you can now ‘actually’ trust the profiles regarding their identity and whereabouts. In case you’re still wondering what this site is all about, here’s a complete scoop on it.


Bisexualsmeet is loaded with some handy and viable features. Whether you want extensive photo adding options, successful dating advice or even a couple of bisexual videos to browse through; this site offers it all.

Free members get to avail lot of features like sending free winks, posting and answering questions related to dating, editing the blog and the forum texts with high-end tools and accessing the site via mobile/tablet. They also get to initiate chat conversations and check through the numerous profiles listed on the site.

However, in case you want to upgrade your profile and buck up your chances of getting a date by ‘500%’; a gold membership can be a great option. This membership will come with some insightful dating tips and it’ll help you to stay connected faster via emails. To add to the benefits, it’ll also let you check who viewed your profile recently and list a couple of members who might really be interested in you. One of the best features of this gold membership is the facility to check whether your message has been read and seen. It also lets you check the last login time of a user.

So, although the free membership is awesome, the gold membership is an edge ahead as it lets you to enjoy few more personalized services.

Additional features

Besides the mentioned features, Bi cupid also has some additional features like bisexual blogs, bisexual news, bisexual greeting cards, dating ideas for a bi- couple/singles, bi- forums and even bisexual fashion shows. The ‘first bisexual experience’ feature is also quite impressive. This feature is a great help for all those users who are just getting started with bisexual dating.

Ease of use

With its sleek interface and easily navigable layout, Bi cupid scores really high in the ‘ease-of-use’ section. Whether you’re experienced with online dating sites or not: this bi-dating site isn’t really a hassle to handle. You simply have to visit the site, enter your details and you’ll soon be registered to it. Adding pictures, starting conversations and browsing for singles/couples, is extremely easy with the perfectly navigable interface of Bi cupid.


Bisexualsmeet is one of those rare bi-sexual dating sites that ‘actually’ take its user privacy seriously. This site does not conduct background check on the members, nor do they sell any personal information to the third parties. So, you can always count on it, in matters of privacy.

Customer support

This site also has a helpful customer support team. You can always mail them or get in touch via their contact number at- (416) 628-1072. The FAQ section is also quite informative and insightful for new users.

Subscription and Membership cost

Although the basic package of Bisexualsmeet comes for free, the gold membership comes in three packages. The 6 months package will cost you $95.95, the 3 months package will cost you $59.95 and finally the monthly package will cost you $29.95.

Final verdict

All in all, if you’re looking for a safe, easy-to-operate and effective platform to connect with bisexuals; Bisexualsmeet can be a great option. This site will let you chat and hook up with sexy and open minded singles/couples who are willing explore their sexuality.


Meet handsome bi men in your local area

Hi, I‘m Paul. I am Bisexual.

I’m an actor-writer-director, native and proud Virginian living an hour outside NYC in Garrison, NY with my black lab puppy, Gracie, who is the cutest animal currently alive on the planet earth. I love my friends and my family, playing guitar and singing — and laughter. I’m extremely passionate and motivated to create work that deals with bisexuality and being a male bisexual, with the artist-activist hope that my work will someday contribute to increasing understanding and lessening societal hostility towards bisexuality. I have six nieces and nephews and dozens of little folk in my life, kids of friends, and they all bring me great joy. Sometimes at night if I can’t fall asleep I flip through their faces in my mind instead of counting sheep. Does anyone really count sheep? I would love to adopt kids at some point in the not too distant future and to settle down with a partner.

What being bisexual means to me

If I’m honest, I’ve probably let myself get bogged down too much in the alienation I’ve felt from being bisexual and the anger I’ve accrued over the years at the casual hostility I’ve experienced from the gay community, particularly gay men. So I think at this point in my life, being bisexual for me is intricately wrapped up with forgiving others and myself and even more importantly recognizing and confronting the ways in which I am responsible for having created or allowed for an environment to exist where denigrating bisexuals is widely considered acceptable behavior. So being bisexual for me, right now, means being active and being out — again and again and again. And in as charming, charismatic and lovable way as possible, saying: No more, y’all.

What I would like the world to know about bisexuals

I can only answer what I want the world to know about myself as a bisexual — which is that behavior and orientation are two separate things. Who I am with respect to my sexual identity (orientation) is not indicated by whom I partner with (behavior). I think, frankly, this is a really tricky concept but it’s a concept that is learnable.

What was your path to a bisexual identity?

It’s funny, I’ve probably been owning the label longer than I give myself credit for, but that’s because I think until the last few years I’ve been pretty low-key about it, which might less flatteringly be described as ‘timid.’ I did that classic thing of coming out as gay in my 20s despite always being sexually and romantically attracted and active with both males and females, because it never occurred to me that coming out as bisexual was an option, the ‘one drop’ theory, et al, etc. And then I fell in love with a woman in my late 20s and, of course, had to deal with that — which began my process. And I think I used the word bisexual starting in my early 30s to identify to myself and to others but I was mostly just engulfed in what I experienced to be the complete lack of a social and cultural context for creating that identity more outwardly. I owe my life, literally, to all the people who have participated in creating a space, a face and a cultural idiom for bisexuality and being bisexual — activist, bloggers, writers — the people behind this site and the bi magazine. I feel grateful to have made it through some very dark and difficult times and now I feel so excited to be a present, out and very vocal part of a movement that I truly believe is going to revolutionize how the world thinks about and deals with sexuality.

What is the toughest thing about being bisexual?

Being told you don’t exist. Not existing is more stressful than I could have ever anticipated.

What is the best thing about being bisexual?

The freedom to experience attraction to people.

How have other people in your life reacted to your bisexuality?

Mostly those closest to me have been supportive. I think there is a learning and understanding curve but over time I feel blessed to have/and to have been able to create a community of people who ‘get it.’ It is interesting and curious that despite bisexuality being a concept that those around me are conversant with and accepting of via their experience with me, often that doesn’t seem to translate to those same people considering bisexuality as an option when reacting to and trying to parse instances in the greater world around. Which just confirms to me that the growth process in terms of greater societal consciousness about bisexuality is destined to be, for whatever myriad of reasons, so resistant, slow and gradual. Which might just be ridiculously stating the obvious!

What advice do you have for someone who thinks they may be bi or who is in the process of coming out as bi?

Be good to yourself.

Contact: @ @ Paulmuscle444

Meet bisexual men in your local area

Hi, I‘m Terri. I am Bisexual.

People say to “do what you love” and I’m fortunate to have had the chance to follow my passion as a sexuality educator as it has evolved over the years. It seems as though my career in public health has involved many a “fight” for gender and sexual equality across the lifespan. To me equality means creating inclusive environments where people feel safe to be who they are. I’ve been providing health education, training, and counseling for nearly 20 years, and am currently the Coordinator of Prevention Services at ActionAIDS in Philadelphia. I am also a board member of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Elder Initiative of the Delaware Valley (LGBT EI), whose mission is to foster and advocate for services that are inclusive and responsive to the needs of LGBT seniors. I am a member of Widener University’s Consortium on Sexuality and Aging. I also am an adjunct instructor in the Public Health Department at Arcadia University, and developed a course entitled “LGBT Issues In Public Health” which I teach to undergraduate and graduate students. I have presented at numerous conferences and community events on bisexuality, and have authored a lesson plan entitled “What’s Your BiQ”, recently accepted for publication in the American Journal of Sexuality Education. Other writing by me has been published by various newspapers and websites. I am a Certified Health Education Specialist, and graduate of Hunter College with a Masters in Public Health, Community Health Education. I received my B.A. in Sociology and Communication from the University of Buffalo.

What being bisexual means to me

Being bisexual means to me giving myself permission to acknowledge my fluidity in attraction to people across the gender spectrum. What we call ourselves is HUGE – it is a personal process that reflects the power of identity and language and sense of community. The realities of the world today are that these labels still mean something to people, something very important to their overall self-concept. I think being a bisexual lets me see each person as an individual. That’s the way I want others to see me, and I want to bring visibility to bisexuality.

What I would like the world to know about bisexuals

I’d like people to think beyond the all too common definition of a bisexual person as someone who is attracted to both men and women. This definition is too simplistic and dichotomous. My preferred definition is one that Smiley (1997) coined: “Bisexuality is a sexual orientation in which an individual experiences a combination of sexual and affectional attraction to members of all sexes/genders; engages in varying degrees of sexual activities with them; and self-identifies as bisexual in a way that is consonant with personal, social, political, and lifestyle preferences.”

What was your path to a bisexual identity?

So why bisexual? Because I can’t ignore the allure of a wide spectrum of people…differentiating by gender never seemed logical to me. Although my bisexual identity has evolved over the years, previously identifying as a lesbian, for me bisexuality means I don’t stop attraction, caring, or relationship potential based on gender. I sometimes identify as a lesbian-bisexual. Some bisexuals adopt a “fractured” identity (ie, lesbian-identified bisexual or gay-identified bisexual) in an attempt to maintain identification with gay or lesbian communities and politics.

What is the toughest thing about being bisexual?

Being perceived as a heterosexual because I am partnered with a male. Also, the biphobia I have experienced from my lesbian and gay community members.

What is the best thing about being bisexual?

Having the opportunity to bring visibility to the invisible and create opportunities for dialogue and understanding about the “realities of bisexuality”…..which often means dispelling common myths. As a lesbian-bisexual, I can use my voice to advocate for gender and sexual health equality across the lifecycle.

How have other people in your life reacted to your bisexuality?

More times than not, they have been confused, and not really understanding what I mean by that term. However, I consider myself fortunate to have a partner who is one of my best allies in creating awareness and starting dialogue about bisexual individuals and bisexuality.

Hit him up @ if your interested. And his username is BiTerryforever

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Hi everyone, I‘m Amanda.

I am like my city: San Francisco, which I consider colorful, quirky, kind, and creative. I grew up near LA, went to grad school in SF and spent 2 years in Chicago running a sexuality research lab ( I am now a community manager for an experience discovery app startup in SF.
Life is good!
When I’m not making films, reading, talking about sexuality, or sipping down cocktails, I enjoy exploring the city and dancing with friends.

What being bisexual means to me

I see sexuality on a continuum. Bisexuality, to me, is the space between the binary desires for one gender over the other on either end of the continuum. It’s expansive and allows for people to have a multitude of different desires that can fluctuate over time.

What I would like the world to know about bisexuals

Bisexuals are hidden among us. They’re everywhere! Many people engage in bisexual behavior, or have ‘bisexual’ thoughts regularly, but don’t share these feelings or feel comfortable identifying as bisexual.
This is particularly true for men who are often categorized as ‘gay’ for even thinking about sex with another man.
Soon, DrPh Hector Carrillo and I will publish the results of a study we conducted (Project Teal) that reveals the ways in which bisexuality plays out in the lives of men who identify as straight and genuinely love and desire women while also enjoying sex with men.

What was your path to a bisexual identity?

After seeing a woman who was a friend of a friend at 19 I started to realize that my capacity to enjoy other people was not limited by gender categories. I didn’t really know how I identified and generally referred to myself as ‘open’ in regards to my sexuality. Over time I enjoyed more experiences with men, women, and transmen and have since adopted the identity Queer. I also identify as bisexual in spaces where the term Queer is not recognized or understood.

What is the best thing about being bisexual?

Being open and able to new, often wonderful, experiences that enhance my sexuality and strengthen my sense of self.

Contact: @ @ Amandamilf123

Hi, I‘m hannah. I am Bisexual.

I live in Ontario Canada where I am currently attending college with the intent of transfering to university in the fall to study psychology. I am a netflix obsessed pizza enthusiasist just like nearly everyone else in the modern world. I can’t go more than an hour without checking my phone i guess you could say i’m a little addicted to technology. I love to read although i rarely manage to find the time anymore and i enjoy the concept of being outdoors more than actually being outdoors. I’m the kind of person who would do absoulutely anything for my friends and family or well even a random stranger if they seem friendly

What being bisexual means to me

Coming to term with being bisexual to me meant…freedom

What I would like the world to know about bisexuals

-being with someone of the opposite gender does not make me heterosexual

What is the toughest thing about being bisexual?

people make assumptions about my personal life alot more than i would like them too and most of the time they assume wrong

What is the best thing about being bisexual?

it’s made me a much more open-minded person than i used to be i think when you’re trying to hide who you truly are you spend most of your time judging yourself which leads to you judging other people and it’s just not healthy

How have other people in your life reacted to your bisexuality?

Most people have been very open and accepting my family was more than okay with it in fact they were more upset that i didn’t come out to them sooner than anything else. although it wasn’t all good i have lost a few friends due to my sexuality because they began to feel uncomfortable around me mostly due to religious reasons.

What advice do you have for someone who thinks they may be bi or who is in the process of coming out as bi?

take time to explore your sexuality theres nothing to be embarassed about
never do anything that you don’t feel comfortable with
being bi-curious does not make you a bad person and it does not mean you’re


   @ / Username is Hannahbeauty



I’ve helped organize bi contingents all up and down the west coast, and this year’s Pride at San Diego was the most memorable and rewarding I’ve yet experienced.  For those who don’t know, San Diego Pride was hit by a record storm last weekend.  Despite dark clouds, flash floods, and lightning, people still turned out by the tens of thousands to celebrate. This year’s theme was “Liberty and Justice for All,” which rang doubly true given the Supreme Court’s recent decision establishing marriage equality across the country.  It may have been rainy and wet, but the LGBT community wasn’t about to let anything dampen our spirits!

As usual, I marched with amBi, only this time instead of the typical sunny skies one expects in San Diego in July, we had a once-in-a-century monsoon bearing down upon us.  It poured so hard, water filled up gutters and started flowing down sidewalks. The weather blew out two of our four speakers, and our roller bladers had to take off their skates and march barefoot. The dancers on our float were absolutely soaked. Fortunately, we bi folks really know how to make lemonade when we’re dealt lemons: We whipped our 45 foot (15 meter) parade flag in unison and made the rain dance. As for the dancers, you can use your imagination to picture the effect of wet gogos, some of whom were spinning on a pole. The crowd went wild.

Over at the festival, amBi members staffed a booth. The organizers of the festival didn’t plan for rain, and our tent wasn’t secured properly. Every now and then a deluge of water came down when the puddle on our roof grew too heavy, leading to more than one Flash Dance reenactment. Smiles were in abundance, and we all laughed at the absurdity of it all. With water pelting us from above, below, and on all sides, we gave away bi-themed hats, sunglasses, bracelets, face paint, and more.  The grand prize was a “Bi Kiss,” from a guy and a girl simultaneously.  It was cheeky fun, and the crowd formed long lines in the rain for a chance to spin our wheel.  There was a downpour of love for the B in LGBT.

Here’s what some in our group had to say about the experience:


JoyJoy: “I didn’t know what to expect. Would we be well received or be seen as ‘promiscuous bisexuals?’ A few shied away from the bi kiss, but most were thrilled to receive one. I met fantastic people from all over and even got to kiss a few (on the cheek, of course!).”

ShinichiShinichi: “I definitely will remember this Pride as the one where it rained. However, that wasn’t enough to get anyone’s spirits down. We marched on, and it was inspiring to see all the people who braved the rain to watch us.”


Cindy: “Hearing the cheers build and the shouts of ‘I’m bi!’ and ‘Thank you!’ as the amBi float rolled along the parade route was so fulfilling, because I knew we were contributing to someone out there knowing that they’re not alone.”

DanDan: “A teenage girl came up and grabbed one of ouramBi/ postcards. With a look of excitement and relief in her eyes, she told us that she is going to use the postcard to finally come out to her mom. That is why we do this.”

PerriPerri: “I walked in the parade with friends and family, thrilled to see the huge crowds of spectators. It was definitely a fabulous experience. In spite of the flooded roads, everyone put their best foot forward.”

Drew: “An amazing woman at the booth told us she felt more comfortable with herself after chatting with us. She was especially excited when she learned about the San Diego chapter of amBi, an opportunity to learn more about herself and to make new friends.”

KathyKathy: “I never would have believed that at ‘almost 65’ I would be marching in a Pride parade. Having been raised Southern Baptist, I’m surprised to be the very proud mother of a bi son.  Supporting him and his amazing friends was an honor (albeit a wet one).”

ChristianChristian: “Being a part of the amBi contingent was nothing short of amazing. This was my second year joining, and it was wonderful dancing on a float in pouring rain! The people I met, the friends I made, will stay with me a long time.”

ErinErin: “What an amazing and beautiful Pride! Fun prizes, lots of kisses, beautiful wet people, and tons of smiles everywhere! For me, this was the best Pride in years, and I’m thankful to be part of this Prideful community!”

DanielDaniel: “I’ve been in lots of Prides with amBi, but this one was definitely special. I joined the gogo dancers on the float. Spinning poi on the back of the flatbed in the rain was magical! Like a Bi Rain Dance.”

CandaceCandace: “An experience like none other! The fact that it was raining and there were still people who came out to march and watch us shows just how much love there is in our community.”

MattMatt: “I was perplexed at all the interest in our booth. I learned that given a supportive environment, bisexuality is likely much more prevalent than we’re aware. amBi’s work is so important, as it enables people to feel safe and confident expressing their true selves.”

SophiaSophia: “A god, whom some might use to marginalize the LGBT community, saw fit to bless the San Diego area with record rainfall, a welcome reprieve for the drought-stricken community.  When I passed the protestors who were shouting ‘God is raining on your parade,’ I reminded them that you can’t make a rainbow without rain.”



Is bisexuality spreading like wildfire across the United Kingdom?  If aliens were to come to our planet and review the recent findings of YouGov, you could forgive them for thinking that.  The past decades have seen a tidal wave of increased acceptance for LGBT people across the Western world.  While there remains much work to be done before we achieve full LGBT equality, the attitudes of younger generations already show a marked shift towards greater acceptance of human sexual diversity – including their own.

According to a recent YouGov poll, HALF, a full 49% of young adults in Britain (ages 18-24), identify as something other than straight.  When given the opportunity to place themselves on theKinsey Scale, 46% chose heterosexual, 6% chose homosexual, and another 43% placed themselves somewhere along the bisexual spectrum between the two.  By contrast, only 23% of the overall British population identify as something other than straight.


These results demonstrate that young adults are not only more tolerant of LGBT people than were previous generations, but they are are also much more likely to see themselves as part of the LGBT community.  Bisexuality has long been the second most common sexual orientation, but the results from this study are still remarkable: Today, a full 19% of the overall population and a whopping 43% of young adults in the U.K. self-identify along the spectrum of bisexuality.

Of course, it is highly unlikely that the prevalence of bisexuality could have more than doubled in the biological makeup of a single generation.  It is far more likely that shifting cultural attitudes are simply making it easier for people to be honest with themselves about their ownsexual orientations.  Maybe one day soon, the majority of bi people will finally be out to the most important people in their lives or – better yet – the entire world as bi.

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