Hi there, bisexual woman here

Dating the same guy against girl

Sometimes giving up may be a weak thing to do, sometimes it is a strong thing, and even the right thing. Guys that I've been with have been more vocal about experimenting in bed. Not necessarily talking crazy, kinky stuff here. Whereas when I've been with men in the past I daren't talk about anything even a couple weeks in the future when things are just starting out, for fear of scaring them off. There was Boy A who met Girl Z, and he immediately liked her.

The way girls kiss is staggeringly different from the way men kiss. It's sort of like people would have been fine with me being straight and fine with me being a lesbian, but watching me switch from men to women and back again caused a sort of cognitive disconnect. Women tend to be more responsive to the subtleties in your body language during sex. The other guy being a jerk, for instance. It was always just interesting to watch people do a double take when they met my new partner, especially because several of them have had gender-neutral names.

With women, everyone will assume you're just best friends. Oh and also, sex and stuff. It was really weird when I dated a guy after dating a girl, because he assumed I would want to fill traditional roles.

This sadly makes sense to me. In a chat, a male friend asked what I thought about love triangle, i. Women tend to be much more aware of their surroundings, more cautious, and careful about people they are interacting with whom they don't know well.

The thing that surprises me is how gentle guys are when they hold women. Women were more likely to accept my body and my choices regarding it shaving, makeup, hairstyles, fashion without question or give constructive feedback.

No gender is crazier than the other. Because we get it, shaving every day is stupid. However, during a meal with some friends a couple of days later, Boy B apparently liked her too.

In a chat a male friendThis sadly makes sense

Guys don't seem to understand venting Oh my God yes. Think about this case for a while.