We all know a girl who says she's always been attracted to other women but has never really done anything about it, save the occasional bar make-out or session spent watching girl-on-girl porn. So why don't more women act on it?
I could go on with more it-almost-happened incidents I've had with women, but I think you get the point. Despite years and years and years of being single (and kinky!), women and I just never happened. For the past six months, I've been with a guy whom I want to be my life partner. While the intimacy we have together is worth everything to me, I'm honestly a little disappointed that I never got around to being with a woman
Bobby Brown has jumped in front of the spotlight again. In a move that will surely sell more copies of his new tell-all book, Bobby Brown: The Truth, the Whole Truth and Nothing But..., the troubled singer digs up some old dirt on Whitney and smears it all over her. Interesting timing, considering that she's currently in the midst of a musical comeback. Although Bobby doesn't claim that Whitney is gay or bisexual, he believes that she married him to kill gossip that she was romantically involved with a former female employee.Bobby writes,
Details' November cover boy, Adam Lambert, recently sat down with the mag to talk about, among other things, the effect he has on his female fans. Even though Adam is openly gay and in a relationship, he finds all of the propositions, phone numbers, and bras thrown his way to be quite flattering. He also thinks that his popularity with women shows a significant change in attitudes toward homosexuality, saying, "I think it's beautiful. That's the way it should be. It shouldn't matter what a person's sexual preference is—it doesn't change their appeal."
Kanye West's VMA outburst and red carpet waste make us wonder: are these two good for each other? Visit YourTango's Celebrity Love for the scoop.
Some lesbians don't want to date anyone who has been near a penis. Ever. Girls who have always been gay and nothing else carry it like a badge of honor. And, frankly, I'm jealous of them. I wish it was that easy for me to figure it out. But it wasn't.
The economy has forced me to do some corporate writing alongside my "real" work which means deadlines and company politics and stress. Combine that with a spouse who is in town for less than 48 hours a week and who wants (and needs) to do little more than rest during that time and you're likely headed for the looney bin—or worse. But because I am in an open marriage, a polyamorous relationship, a polyfidelitous vee, I am not alone…at all.
Watching 'The Real World: Cancun' makes me feel old for multiple reasons. 1. I am five years too old to actually be cast on the show. 2. It's so insanely vapid that I cannot actually watch a full episode, which says a lot considering I can stomach an entire marathon of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians." 3. Every single girl in the cast seems to be bisexual. Why does point three make me feel old? Well, I think I just missed the boat on the bisexuality trend. Hear me out. I believe sexuality is a spectrum and where we fall on that spectrum when we're born and how our sexuality evolves as a result of societal influence depends on the person. I also don't think it's relevant whether a person is gay, straight or bi, whether they were born that way or 'chose' that 'lifestyle,' as I don't think what goes on in a person's bedroom or romantic life is anyone's business. In the last five years or so, female bisexuality has become quite 'cool.'
Poll: Would You Date a Bisexual man?: Of course, he likes me for me. Love doesn't have to be gender-specific. Never. Mama didn't raise no fool.
It looks like Pink is still digging just dudes. A story in the News Of The World claims to have a quote from the singer saying that she is bisexual. Pink (nee Alecia Moore) claims that this is not true and the quote is fabricated. It can be imagined that since she and Carey Hart are divorced but still quite close that a good bit of speculation is probably expected, though libel is not.
The Details article, "Flirting With Disaster" about men who find out their threesome-loving ladies are lesbians outlines what may happen if a couple decides to experiment. Amity Pierce Buxton, founder of the Straight Spouse Network, which sponsors support groups for spouses and partners who have or had LGBT husbands and wives, estimates that three out of ten claims are men. The article tells the stories of men who's lesbian fascinations backfire when they try to incorporate it into their own relationships.
A rather oxymoronic article reported that lesbian and bisexual teens are more likely to get pregnant than heterosexuals. Based off 30,000 seventh to twelfth graders living in British Columbia during the years of 1992, 1998, and 2003 more heterosexuals reported pregnancies overall, but the lesbians and bisexuals got pregnant more often. Researchers think this is due to the bisexual and lesbian girls overcompensating for their same-sex attraction.
Love Buzz loves a good open marriage story. This one comes from Page Six Magazine, which features the story of Neal and Claire Boulton. According to the mag, "Over the past year and a half, Neal has been portrayed in NYC gossip columns as: 1) The happily married editor in chief of Men's Fitness magazine. 2) A secretly gay guy who had an affair with Rolling Stone publisher Jann Wenner and was hospitalized after mysteriously leaving his job. 3) A bisexual, unemployed adulterer. 4) Most recently, the secretly straight but still slutty editor in chief of the gay publication Genre whose poor wife took his cheating ass back." So what's the real story? Read on to find out...
"I see an exciting adventure in your future, a new sexual experience that forever changes you," she said, tracing the sole of my foot with one soft fingertip. Her husband grinned at me from the bed. I sat half-naked in the overstuffed armchair and trembled with nerves. This is not how I'd imagined my first — or any — threesome. I'm not bisexual, and I can count the number of times I've been physically attracted to a woman on one hand, with two fingers left over. Yet here I was in a cute little southern California inn with a couple who have been married for 25 years, playing an adults-only computer game that would have us girls riding double before dinnertime.