Well, as many here know, I am an actively bi-sexual woman. My primary relationship is another bi-sexual woman whom I have know all my life. After school, we went our separate ways for education, she married, had a son and was divorced; I lived with a fellow male student in med school and had a serious relationship that ended with his untimely death.
Eva and I are very content but each have an occasional need for some "penis time." We have very strict rules about that and neither of us would cheat. There are two things a man can do that another woman cannot: furnish a real, live penis to take into me; and, 2. leave a little deposit. The first is mainly physical (it feels much better than any substitute device) and the second, psychological. Biologically, we women are supposed to receive the semen to keep the species going and there is something very satisfying about doing that. Otherwise, my female partners (and there have been fewer of them than male partners) can do anything a man can do for me. In many cases with greater satisfaction for me.
What happens if either of us becomes serious with a man? I do not know.
So there is half the answer. Whether I would become knowingly involved with a bisexual male is doubtful. The risks are too high for me. I am "with" a man six or seven times a year. I do not want to be worrying about that limited, but very enjoyable, contact. Eva and I have talked this out to extremes and strangers are simply not allowed.
Posted: 03 Oct 09:16