But bisexuality is a legitimate sexual identity, and being bisexual doesn’t mean that person is incapable of being in a committed relationship.
There may be other things about your bi partner that may make them undateable. Being attracted to multiple genders allows bisexuals to be attracted to individuals for far more than just their physical appearance.
When you date a straight or gay person who cheats on your relationship, you don’t swear off all straight or gay people.(That being said, if you’re one of the chosen, you must have it going on.)The distrust of bisexual people often stems from the perceived flippancy of the status.“I tried [my sexual fluidity], but I was called ‘selfish,’ ‘confused,’ and ‘doing it for attention,'” one bisexual woman told Buzz Feed.But being open to relationships with various genders or identifying as sexually fluid doesn’t mean you have no standards for commitment.Sure, your “parts” will be appreciated — , “If you are attracted to people of both sexes, that just doubles the temptation.If you start with the assumption that there are attractive things about maleness and about femaleness (the energy, the body, whatever), and you really like both, who’d want to give up both?Honest dialogue that breaks down insecurities will always deepen trust in relationships.Vulnerability is a cornerstone to a healthy and successful relationship.Bisexual people are still bisexual even when they’re in committed, monogamous relationships with a man and/or a woman.“It has been scientifically proven, again and again, that bisexuals are indecisive flibbertigibbets who…are so swamped with people they are attracted to (which is, let’s face it, everyone) that they are in a constant state of exhaustion from wild, abandoned sex with multiple partners.”At least, that’s how Tania Browne jokingly put it in the Guardian.Just as being attracted to both blondes and brunettes doesn’t mean you need partners of both hair colors to be sexually and romantically satisfied, being attracted to more than one gender has nothing inherently to do with polyamory.Actually, according to an Australian study by the School of Health and Social Development, "women in relationships with bisexual men say their partners are better lovers and fathers than straight men." So there you go.From personal experience I can tell you why bisexual men rate better between the sheets.