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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Answering my own question....

On Thursday I asked if someone could consider themselves bisexual even though they have never had a sexual experience with someone of same sex.

I thought I would explain. LOL

Recently was watching this cheesy reality show, on MTV, called A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila. This one is a bit diffrent as she has both men AND women competing to be with her. She is bisexual. In the first episode, she met the men first. Then met the women. Then brought them together and announced she was bisexual and both sexes would be competing with each other.

While watching it, its been interesting hearing the womens views and experiences. It just got me thinking.

So that was why I was asking. Of course there is a part of me that is a bit attracted to women. But I don't know of its just a natural curiosity? Given the oppurtunity I don't even know if I would be with a woman. But by having a natural curiosity I don't think that would classify me as bisexual? One word they use on the show, a lot, is bi-curious. I think that might be a more accurate label for some???

Interesting, huh?


Chelle said...

Yes that is I thnk you are right...."bi-curious" is a more accurate label for some. I mean..unless they have tried both....I dunno...I'm guessing. lol

Bunny said...

I think bi-curious makes more sense in that situation. I've kissed other girls (usually drunk . . .) but nothing more. While I have the usual fantasies about being with another woman, I don't know if I could actually do it in real life. So I call that bi-curious.

I suppose if someone feels very strongly that they would want to have a relationship with another woman, even if they haven't tried it, they could go with bisexual anyway.

Interesting question.

Keyser Soze said...

It seems that bi-curious woulld be the term for you since you're interested but don't know if you'd really like it or not.