Reasons why I love dating bi men

00021-6d8227011. Bi guys are multi-faceted and therefore, more interesting. For me, there’s nothing more boring than a typical straight guy. Most straight men have very predictable attitudes about so many things because they haven’t had to do as much soul-searching and re-evaluating of things like sexual orientation, gender roles, masculinity, femininity and gender expectations as us queer folk, or any woman with a feminist bent.

2. A bi guy will hold your purse. A straight man would not be caught dead holding a purse in public. Despite the strong, masculine image that straight men try to project.

3. We both like chicks. We both like guys. We can both admire beautiful women in the same way.

4. It gives me a window into another culture. I love hearing about my bi guy’s experiences in the world of man-on-man dating and sex. It gives me a window into a whole other culture that women are usually not privy to.

5. Bi men are not afraid of their feminine side. I love femininity, in girls as well as guys. (I also like more masculine looking guys.)

Guide to Becoming a Male Escort in London

If you’re ever considered the escorting business then there are a few things to consider, particularly if you’re a man. Male escorts often get stereotyped as being this and that and it’s usually gay. Not all male escorts are gay or even bi-sexual. If you genuinely want to be a male escort then the first thing you must understand is that you do not have to be gay or even think about taking on male clients if you don’t want to.

Know what you want out of the job
This is enormously important and if the answer is just money then perhaps you could consider another way of supplementing your income. Many male escorts do their job because they like to meet women or other men and they have a lot of fun too. Consider the following before you continue:

Are you gay or straight; or do you even know? This is an important thing to consider and you will need to know what you are willing to do before you commence this career.
Are you going to be incall or outcall? You must be comfortable with people coming to your home unless you have another place you can use; and by the same token you need to be comfortable visiting people in hotels and their homes too. If you are only comfortable with one of these then make a choice at the beginning and stick with it because you will be asked for other options in the course of your work.
Are you going to be an independent escort or work for an agency? There are pros and cons of both these options and we’ll go into more detail about them now.
Joining an agency
Joining an agency requires a little effort and you must realise that you stand to lose a substantial amount of your earnings on the agency fee. You will need to get yourself a good set of pictures together in order to show them how good you look, or can look when you want to. Make sure you try at least to choose an agency that has a good reputation and has perhaps been in operation for a number of successful years; it’s always best to go with he agencies that have a been operating a long time because you know that they’re likely to look after their escorts and clients.

Becoming an independent male escort.
If you go independent then you’ll have to sort everything out yourself. You may get more business because you can undercut the agencies, but you will also have to consider your advertising and travel expenses. You need to decide whether you are going to have people visit you or whether you are going to visit them too. There is a lot to consider when you become an independent escort and it’s seriously a good idea to talk to another professional in order to get some good sound advice.

Dating a Bisexual Guy: Things You Need to Know

You meet a cute guy in at a party and start talking. Wow, you’re really hitting it off! You start going on dates and you’re having a good time, but in the midst of pillow talk, he tells you that he’s bisexual.

You’re totally into him, but you may be wondering: Is dating a bisexual guy different from dating a heterosexual guy? Is there anything you need to be aware of when it comes to dating bisexual guys? Luckily, Her Campus is here to help you figure it out with a few things you need to know about dating a bisexual guy!

1. Everyone Defines Bisexuality Differently

Joyce Smith, a sexual health awareness advocate at Wesleyan University, says that sexual orientation is a spectrum, and it’s extremely important to understand this concept when heading into a relationship with a bisexual guy.

“Everyone defines their sexual orientation differently, and bisexuality can be a lot more complicated than just, ‘I like boys and girls,’” she explains.

Being bisexual also doesn’t mean that your boyfriend identifies as a different gender. “It is crucial to also realize that gender and sexual orientation are two separate concepts that intersect,” Smith says.

Smith’s advice? Going into your relationship, make sure you throw all preconceived notions of what it means to be bisexual out the window. Your guy might define it differently than you, and you don’t want your own biases to hinder what he’s trying to tell you. In addition, his level and depth of attraction to both sexes could differ greatly, so it’s important not to make any assumptions about it!

Jane*, a junior at Wesleyan University who has previously dated two bisexual guys, found that both guys viewed their bisexuality completely differently. “My first boyfriend who was bisexual told me that he had dated more women than men, and that was important to him when defining his sexuality,” she says. “In contrast, my second bisexual boyfriend was attracted to both guys and girls equally, and he thought that was an important part of being bisexual.”

Smith also reminds collegiettes that being bisexual says nothing about a person’s promiscuity. “Unfortunately, our culture sometimes associates bisexuality with being heavily sexual or unable to be monogamous, which is of course not the case!” she says. “It’s a common misconception, and it’s an important one to think about!”

2. You Should Be Respectful and Open-Mindedbisexual-men-porn

You might feel a little weird approaching a beau (or potential beau) about his sexuality; after all, sexuality is an extremely personal thing, and you don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings!

Smith urges collegiettes to talk to their bisexual guy at the very beginning of the relationship instead of later on. “Before you talk, make sure you are both aware that you are having a serious conversation about sexual orientation and your relationship status, and make sure that it’s at an appropriate time,” she says. “Trying to discuss your boyfriend’s bisexuality while intoxicated at a loud party doesn’t make for a very thoughtful discussion. Make sure you are both ready and present to talk about sexuality, comfort and boundaries.”

In addition, Smith also advises thinking about what you are going to say before you head into the conversation. “Write down some questions you have beforehand. It’ll get you thinking about what you want to say and how you want to say it,” she says. “A lot of the time, conversations about sexuality and relationships turn sour when people don’t think before they speak!”