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More acceptable doesn't make it more right. Personally I'm not turned on by watching 2 women and I can't say I've watched any of 2 men. I prefer my porn to involve males and females but that's just me. My objection is the discrimination between bi men and bi women. I personally find it very sad. Mind you Mr Sav is not pro Bi men either, so we simply don't discuss it. I won't change his mind nor any of yours and that's ok I can live with that. Perhaps being friends with so many truly gay people of both sexes makes me more aware of the issues they face and having a gay family member , more sensitive.

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I think it's more universally acceptable for women to be affectionate in everyday life.

1. We hug, we kiss (not sexually) and we're generally touchy feely.

2. We talk about sex lots more than guys. I've asked guy friends (husband included) if he talks about sex with his friends. Nope. Nary a one said they talk about sex. I asked him "so what do you say when you're with your friends and a sexy woman walks by?" The answer I heard most often is "I'd do her". My girlfriends (vanilla too) and I talk about sex a lot!

3. Women's bodies are softer, curvier and just more beautiful than a mans. I LOVE my husbands body and cock, but in photos and porn, women are just more beautiful. I never hear of anyone complain about profile photos (or any photos for that matter) of just boobs. But I do hear people complain about cock shots.

I'm sure there are more theories out there, but I think the 3 I mentioned are some of the reasons we find bi-female more acceptable than bi-male.

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I find myself agreeing with parts of what Gina and Mrs. Sav have said. The 'try playing bi thing' sounds weird to me - either you are interested in having sex with men or you are not. My husband is totally not interested in having sex with men, so why would he 'try playing bi'? I have no idea why bisexual women are so accepted and bisexual men less so. Personally, I am turned on by bisexual sex scenes involving women, as is hubby. I have a viscerally negative reaction to men engaging in sex with men - I have no idea why, but it is definitely a total turn off.

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First Mr Sav is completely straight and I'd be shocked if he chose to experiment with Bi play . He also has no interest in any couple whose male half states Bi but that's his choice, which I also fully support .That being said I fully support peoples sexual preferences ( ok I have limits..animals and children) and make no judgements against them. For the life of me I can't understand how anyone can condone/support Bi women but cringe at the thought of 2 men engaged in an sexual activity that brings them pleasure. Does it make you less of a women to be BI? Is a man less manly if he is BI? Has the media/ society been so successful in twisting our minds that BI women playing is hot and sexy and just "wrong" for men? I can't see the difference myself. If it is ok, even celebrated that I am Bi why should it be any different for men?

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The first time is trying to play bi. You really don't know if you enjoy it or not until you do it. After doing it you may find you aren't really bi.

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I guess the "try playing bi" is tripping me up. I'm either bi or not, and know I wouldn't just be "trying to play bi."

Do you instead mean would I freak out if my husband wanted to enjoy a bi experience? I don't think anything my husband would choose to do would freak me out, but I don't think I'd be very turned on by it. There are some guys who would look/be pretty hot in a MM encounter, but I'm just not envisioning my husband to be one of those hot M/M guys.

I don't think I gave a very good answer here, but again, I'm okay with whatever my husband wants to do. And he is the same with me. So who knows?

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Been there done that dont want to be involved with bi men.

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When my wife was playing, she was ok with my playing bi. Now that she is no longer playing, she rathers I play mm, than mf.

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If that is what he desires, of course.

Carrie

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NO. NO. NO.

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