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Women interested in the experience of other women

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posted on Jul, 23 2010 @ 09:01 PM
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Do you think that because of this experience at a young age it changed the whole concept. Supposing that nothing would have hapenned at that sleepover, do you still think that things would have gone the same way. Is it that strong of a curiosity for women or is it just how it happens that defines it?


No i was curious before i had the experimentation with my friends,Aswell as i had feelings and sexual urges when around other girls.More so with girls than guys for many years.I think its just something we are born with.Not a choice.If someone says its just a choice they have made and they can switch the feelings and emotions or sexual urgers off at any time then they are not being honest or not truly a bisexual,gay person.




posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 03:10 PM
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I agree with this. One of my close friends isn't bi but she says that if she were to ever try to experiment, she would do it with me( i am not bi either) because she knows I truley love her for who she is.

I think that women who want to experiment are looking for variety, if nothign else.

I also agree with others that I think everyone is bi to an extent, whether they want to admit it or not.

I used to know a guy who worked the night shift in a porn shop. he said you would be surprised how many men secretly get gay porn. Men of all careers and types.

As for how good a woman is in bed. I don't know what to tell you there. It depends on your perception of what is "good". Maybe the extent of experience on a girl's behalf.

A girl who can't get by on her intelligence may get by on her looks, and needs more "attention" to boost her ego, and therefore may get more experience.

And believe it or not, a girl who is attractive also attracts a lot of negativity, and may seek partners to help her bruised ego.

Or she may be so self absorbed she doesn't care how her partner feels during the situation.

There are just so many variables it is hard to say.

I consider myself smart. Some may even consider me intelligent. I am a curious person who likes to learn and have a great discussion. And I haven't had any complaints. *smiles*

[edit on 24-7-2010 by nixie_nox]



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 03:14 PM
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I wanted to add that I don't buy that men don't get emotionally involved in sex. I think quite the opposite. I think men do equate love with sex. A man can get very upset at rejection. Not because of physical frustration, but they also view it as a rejection of love.

Believe it or not, married men report being far happier with their sex life then their promiscuous,single counterparts.

I think that is one reason men require more sex in a marriage or relationship then women, because they see the physical act as an affirmation of love.



posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 09:25 AM
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I also agree with others that I think everyone is bi to an extent, whether they want to admit it or not.


I'd have to disagree. I think many of us guys just simply can't even comprehend why a guy would be interested sexually in another guy. I can appreciate a good-looking guy from an aesthetic viewpoint (I'm an artist), but just don't have any kind of sexual response to it. Just isn't my thing...and seeing two guys together? (well, I'd just prefer to look at something else)...

Don't have a problem with it though, after all, my brother is gay, and I've been involved in theater and other interests that certainly have a lot of gay participants. I don't frown on it, I just don't get it....but hey, to each their own.



posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 09:45 AM
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Seems to me like there are way more women into women, as there are men. I mean of course many of those bi-curious , are going to hide (the guys anyways) but from a society standpoint, I see less women hiding their bisexual tendencies, and it seems much more of an open thing.

And for the men seeing sex as a proof of love, that’s complete bullock. Most men don’t think about sex and love as the same.

And well I think I speak for a lot of guys when I say that.

For the majority, we do not think about another man. But we do like the idea of two women. Why do you suppose?



posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 12:47 PM
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For the majority, we do not think about another man. But we do like the idea of two women. Why do you suppose?


That's easy.

Like anyone else, we want to be adored, and admired. The only thing better than such adoration from one woman, is the same from many....pretty simple really. As for seeing them together...well, it's partly the taboo, and partly the sense of being a "conquerer"...the whole "harem" thing. The ultimate fantasy for many of us guys, I'd be willing to bet.

Now, the reality of what it'd be like dealing with this fantasy, is a whole other story (can you imagine saying the wrong thing and having MANY women mad at you?)....no thanks, hehe...



posted on Sep, 8 2010 @ 09:12 PM
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It's just a fantasy. Probably instilled by too much porn and movies.



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