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TOPIC: Very Few Bi-Curious Men
Created by: funoralcouple02
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I find that an overwhelming majority of men list themselves as "straight", while most women are "bi-curious". I can tell you from chatting with lots of "straight" men that are part of a couple, that many of them are bi-curious, they just don't define themselves as such in their profiles. Why is there such a stigma for a male to be bi-curious? Isn't the swinging community open-minded by it's very nature? What gives?

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You will find just because this is a open minded lifestyle each person still has thier own minds, boundaries, interests, preferences.

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This has been answered many times on here.

The majority of these guys are into light bi play in a couples situation. Not hardcore buttsex one on one with gay men.

Since its light and incidental play, they list as straight and then explain that to bi couples.

If they list as bi. Many couples will automatically assume that the guy is going to be chasing the husband around looking to poke him in the ass. So they will exclude him from being a prospect.

Since the guys are 99% looking for straight play and are just open to being more flexible should the situation warrant....

They list as straight.

That gives them access to couples who would exclude them because of their profile tag.

And its easier to explain to the very few bi couples that it is to the majority of straight couples.,

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I find that an overwhelming majority of men list themselves as "straight", while most women are "bi-curious". I can tell you from chatting with lots of "straight" men that are part of a couple, that many of them are bi-curious, they just don't define themselves as such in their profiles. Why is there such a stigma for a male to be bi-curious? Isn't the swinging community open-minded by it's very nature? What gives?

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TOPIC: Very Few Bi-Curious Men