If I were dating them for 2-3 years and they still desired me, I'd hope it's safe to say they don't want men/to go back to men or feel like they are "missing out". Sexuality is a very important thing to people when it comes to a partner.
In 2004, JL King revealed on Oprah that 40% of married men have same sex contact to some degree with other men DURING their marriage which is cheating or 'on the down-low' or DL as it is often abbreviated. However, CDC behavioral experts put that number as half as much higher - around 60% and that was nearly a decade ago.
Since then, society has shifted greatly into the open with taboo groundbreakers as the smash hit film "Brokeback Mountain," slash fiction, a plethora of MMF bestselling authors, the Feeldoe, Pegging in general, the Male G-Spot revelation and male celebs being open about their bisexuality - Adam Levine, Billy JO Armstrong, Clive Davis, etc.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. It one thing if a guy experimented one or two times and found out that he's not into men.
It's a whole 'nother ballpark if a guy willingly had sex with other men on a regular basis.
He always looked at me strangely and guardedly with a disdain - now I know why.
If my next door neighbor is secretly bi, only God knows how many others are.
But, in general, 'we' will never know about the guy's previous exploits with men because...
1) they do not want to be "branded" as bisexual or gay 2) they do not want the stigma that comes with being labeled as "bisexual" 3) they know that most women will think that he is really gay or won't be faithful to her 4) they know that some women are too insecure to handle the full knowledge of his sexual past I'm thinking this would be a deal breaker for me.
Black gay men run higher risk of HIV infection despite few partners: HIV & AIDS Information :: Black gay men run higher risk of HIV infection despite fewer partners While you seem to be touting the increase of societal awareness of bisexual men, let's bring bring some much needed reality to this discussion.
"The Numbers New HIV Infections African Americans accounted for an estimated 44% of all new HIV infections among adults and adolescents (aged 13 years or older) in 2010, despite representing only 12% to14% of the US population.
"You never know" doesn't work as a reason to add bisexual men back to my list. I love gays and lesbians but being straight , I'm not looking to marry someone who is not also straight, including bi sexual. They just have too many options in dating no, too complicated.