Bisexuality is a sexual orientation that is surrounded by a lot of myths and misconceptions. What’s even more intriguing is that both male and female bisexuality are viewed differently. This partially has something to do with the fact that female bisexuality is seen as little more than entertainment for men. Examples of this can be seen in the swinger scene: women will often take on female partners in order to please their male partners. Whilst there is nothing inherently wrong with this, there are many men who assume that this is the only reason their partners would choose to have sex with another woman: and of course, it causes many people to beg the question, “Are all women bisexual?”
Are All Women Bisexual? – Truth or Myth
When answering this question we need to look far beyond gender and realize that every single person is different! So, in essence, not all women are bisexual. Just like not all men are gay: some enjoy both. What determines that a person is “bisexual” is also something that will vary from one to the other. The definition of sexuality is indeed something that is very personal and it can change over time. It is always up to the individual person to determine whether they are gay, straight, bisexual or one of the many, many shades in between.
Sexual Fluidity: Sometimes Now, Sometimes Never
It is often said that sexuality is fluid: this is probably the closest thing most people come to saying that “all (insert gender) are bisexual”. For some people, being gay or straight can change depending on their mood and/or their circumstances. For others, it is a lot more straightforward. It is true that a lot more women appear to have a more fluid sexuality, but it’s important to remember: society is much more willing to accept bisexual women than it is to accept bisexual men. After all, men enjoy watching girl-on-girl sex. On the flipside, even women who do enjoy watching man-on-man sex are often told that they are weird and therefore won’t admit to it.
Sexuality Across All Genders
The evidence suggests that sexuality can be fluid and change across all gender expressions. It is primarily society that decides whether one is more acceptable than the other, and this can then have a knock-on effect. The truth of the matter is, you cannot bring out a defining statement like this and expect it to be true. A lot of people got through periods of questioning in their lives. Some of them will act on it – others will refrain from doing so. It depends entirely on the person.
If you are a woman and you feel the need to experiment, then it is up to you. There are a lot of people out there who are also willing, however, you must make sure to communicate first. It can be quite rewarding and liberating when you finally decide to take the plunge and explore your own sexuality.