Married and bi - does your partner know? Bisexual questions Forward to friends

  • View author's info Posted on Apr 01, 2013 at 04:17 PM


    I hear ya. My wife is there sane way.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 22, 2013 at 03:18 PM


    I am bi and my husband knows nothing. We have a great sexual relationship. If he did know, he wouldn't fee the same.
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 07, 2013 at 03:54 AM


    We have  been married for over 30 years and are both BI.  We support each other and will only play together.  It's a lot of fun and we just wish we could find regular playmates in our area.  Our most recent playtimes have been MMF with an old friend.  Down side is that he lives 500 miles away so can't play very often.  We really want to find a BI couple close by for more regular play MFMF and all the fun combinations that can happen. 
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 02, 2013 at 02:09 PM


    We both know of and support our desires for same sex partners.  He's seeking his first encounter with a guy and I've been with women.  We both also support playing solo.  We trust and love each other completely and know that finding single or married friends with benefits is perfectly fine.  I knew that I was Bi many years before he came to his own realization.  It's very refreshing to be able to talk about it to each other.  I find it exciting to think of him with another guy or woman or couple.  I don't have to be there.  Same with my desires to be with other women and/or men. 
    I'm sad for those of you who don't have this openness.  We've been married over 37 years and are each other's best friend.  This is just one thing that we couldn't possibly keep from each other.  We are both too sexual for that.  I wish you all of the best in your quests.
  • View author's info Posted on Dec 24, 2012 at 04:17 PM


    I am not currently in a relationship, but have expressed my want for a bi-sexual lover, a man, to past lovers, all of which I thought would be open to it, but since I can't figure out women at all. SURPISE....I was wrong everytime.  It seems to me that it is okay for a women to be bi, but the man can't have such desires.
    I have gay friends that won't have any part of my bi desires, as I am not really gay, as they put it.  They are good people, and friends, I just do not understand why, and why I feel the way I feel.  I am here to try first hand what it is like to have a guy orgasm in my mouth, and will hopefully find someone soon, but who and when is making me crazy sort of since I am at a fever pitch as it is getting cold and raining more, which is my time to go out.  I love the rain.
    Don't know if this helps or has done any good. But who really knows.  Maybe I just am wacked out. 
    I think wanting to be bi, just might be harder than actually being bi.
  • View author's info Posted on Dec 23, 2012 at 06:46 PM


    No definitely not as it would immediately change our relationship. So this is something I do for myself to enjoy though I find that it is hard to find someone or a couple that is willing to accept me with this knowledge. I do understand and would never want anyone to feel uncomfortable. To those that have someone that it is an open understand I am happy for you.
  • View author's info Posted on Dec 02, 2012 at 08:10 AM


    I am bi. My wife is not. She did try the lifestyle for a while, but I suspect it was to keep me interested in her til we got married and had a kid, then she cut it off. We played w/ couples attended a swing club and a few parties, also enjoyed a bi guy together one time. She no longer swings. She joined me w/ a bi-guy that one time, so she knows I like men too. I have begged her for inclusion w/ me and another guy even telling her she could have all the men or women she wants. She's not interested.  She's not thrilled, but she understands I have needs that she is not willing to give me(strap on or swinging), or that she can give me(sex w/ a guy). I have begged her to get back into the lifestyle with me to no avail. So I am striking out on my own to look for a guy or couple. I have told her I want sex with a guy too on occassion. I have been completely honest with her. Other than her not being interested in the lifestyle and her decreased libido, our marriage is fine and sex is "ok". But i need more and different than she wants.
  • View author's info Posted on Sep 26, 2012 at 02:40 AM


    Hubby is only willing to accept me with other girls... not with other men, but that's ok. At least I get a chance right!
  • View author's info Posted on Sep 12, 2012 at 05:05 AM


    Before I was married, my wife (not the woman in thepicture) and I talked about my prior bisexual and swinging experiences. At the time I was pretty secure in telling her those desires were no longer primary focus of my life, so we went ahead and got married. I was able to bury my desires for bi-men and crossdressers for a few years before they soon returned and I acted on them three times during my16-year marriage, from which I am now separated. My wife didn't take it well nor was she interested in swinging or sex outside our marriage. So the reason I chose to leave was because I can no longer pretend to be someone I am not.
  • View author's info Posted on Sep 08, 2012 at 11:34 AM


    i am bi am my husband is very understaning.,
  • View author's info Posted on Aug 15, 2012 at 05:28 PM


    I am bi and also have a very understanding and loving partner. I of course do not participate in any sexual activity that he is not aware of...it's cheating regardless of gender. Our problem is finding an open minded, fun bi girl in our area to play with :)
  • View author's info Posted on Jul 29, 2012 at 11:37 AM


    I am a bisexual female in a serious relationship with a man and it does not bother him.  He is very supportive and understanding, we have an open agreement that i can be with women with him involved so it doesn't feel as if I am cheating.. our relationship is great and hope others have the same
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