Hell, love whom you want to and sleep with whom you want to. First off, if you're going to consider this, please be honest with your significant other.
I meet women regularly who describe themselves as bisexual and who want to date lesbians, but they often find it hard to do. Women are complicated and want about 100 different things to all be present and working.Does that make me bi-curious, probably not, but it does make me realistic. I'm sure you will have exactly the same luck you've had search for women..Who knows a man or womans body better than the same sex? I think you'll find men more discriminating then women.I don't want to change my entire life style, just add to it. sounds like you're obsessing on an experience rather than falling in love/finding sexual compatibility with an attractive partner.The thought of being with another man really excites me. if you allow it happen naturally, it could be beautiful.” Women who come out later in life have to spend some time proving they are serious about being lesbian.
Lesbians who’ve been out their whole life want to know a woman has had her cherry popped by a woman.
Bisexual women bring a higher level of uncertainty than the average lesbian.
Lesbians think you could just as easily chose a guy (which makes you a lot like late-to-life lesbians), and therefore your intentions are subject to question.
You’re going to have to do the same work as all of us lesbians to get dates and to find someone who really finds you attractive and vice versa.
And that, my friend, means a lot of getting out there and meeting lots of women until you find chemistry and attraction.
That being said, are we talking about batting or pitching or both? For many men, this stigma is too much to overcome and they will therefore not say anything in case they become "marked". Male bisexuality has never had the social support in the same way female bisexuality has.