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TOPIC: Being contacted by bi males
Created by: wantingu2play
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There is another thread with a discussion about whether couples with straight males should be contacted by couples with bi males or single bi males. I thought this would be a good place to hear what straight couples think so have a few questions.

Do you get many contacts from couples with bi males and single bi males?

Are you open to play with couples with bi males as long as it is understood that there will be no mm contact? How about single bi males?

If you do not want to be contacted by bi males, does your profile say so specifically?

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We're fine with contact from bi males, either singles or in a couple. Honestly, we view it as no different than all the bi/bi-curious women...my partner isn't actively bi, and doesn't seek out bi contact, but that doesn't mean we're going to turn down playing with someone who might be great fun just because they describe themselves as bi.

Personally, I'm secure in my sexuality and don't feel threatened by bi males. I'm not afraid I'm going to catch Teh Gayz from them, and I don't think they're lepers.

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Yes, Yes, No, No.

Spring TX
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We wouldn't "block" an inquiry. It doesn't mean that a bi male or even a bi female HAS to be involved in anything other than hetero sex. Bi males who contact us have always been advised that the husband isn't homophobic but does not desire m/m contact. If our limits are understood we could consider a bi friend just as we could a straight one. How many on the site list "straight" but or bi/bi-curious anyway. If a potential partner understands the definition of "no" then we have a great start.

Pulaski TN
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We always politely say no thanks to bi males.

Rochester NY
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Do you get many contacts from couples with bi males and single bi males? Some - single bi males usually

Are you open to play with couples with bi males as long as it is understood that there will be no mm contact? No How about single bi males? No

If you do not want to be contacted by bi males, does your profile say so specifically? Yes

Gibsonia PA
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yes, yes and no.

Lake Worth FL
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There is another thread with a discussion about whether couples with straight males should be contacted by couples with bi males or single bi males. I thought this would be a good place to hear what straight couples think so have a few questions.

Do you get many contacts from couples with bi males and single bi males?

Are you open to play with couples with bi males as long as it is understood that there will be no mm contact? How about single bi males?

If you do not want to be contacted by bi males, does your profile say so specifically?

Saratoga Springs NY
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TOPIC: Being contacted by bi males