Why is Bi a Bad Word?

Recently, a friend posted on my facebook feed about how bisexuality is more discriminated against than being gay. I couldn’t agree more. I am bisexual and I love bisexual men. Whenever, I go to a lesbian bar, lesbians don’t want to talk to you because you are not “gay” and if you go to a bi-party the women are often just looking to experiment.

This is the reason I formed my private club, CSSC. I want men who identify as bisexual to feel they had a discreet and fun place to play while women joined in as sexy spectators. There is nothing that I find hotter than watching to men express themselves sexually with one another. Many of the men lead largely heterosexual lives but there is a carnal desire to be with a man.

People who are bi are really just “sexually confident.” We don’t wear our sexuality like a badge of honor. It is part of who we are but it does not define who we are.

As someone with a vast amount of sexual experience, I have found that most are at least curious and have fantasized about being with someone of the same sex. Experimentation is what makes us more open-minded and empathetic as people, by putting ourselves in a different pair of shoes.

Published by The Pleasure Proseur

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3 thoughts on “Why is Bi a Bad Word?

  1. Yes, I’m a Bi-Male. Can you please add me to the Bi Site! It sounds like a great place to hang out & meet.

    1. Paul thank you for your interest in CSSC. Please email me if you are interested in attending one of our meetings. Access to the site is restricted to those who attend in order to maintain privacy of the members.

  2. I find this really interesting. Having a woman/ women getting really turned on by watching 2 men having sex, sounds very hot. What does CSSC stand for and do you enjoy MMF sessions as much as just being a voyeur ?

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