June 19th, 2013, 10:26 pm

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daviddoesntgetit June 19th, 2013, 10:33 pm

Titi asked: Please Dave i want to hear Brads bi stories(concetrating on the love part,not sex).I am a bi girl and Brad is the first bi person who is....well lets call him my rolemodel.I really admire him!Lastly you freaking rock. Love from Greece

Brad said them getting jealous isn't any different from when a man and a woman are married and the woman is suspicious/jealous of the man having a female friend or a male and female dating and the man is jealous to know that the woman is friendly with a male coworker. He said that the only difference is with being bi your partner can get jealous of everyone now.

Haha. Dating seems like a pain in the ass.

Oh, right. Brad also wanted to say thank you for thinking he's a role model. He said it can get pretty scary to date but it helps to have friends be completely fine with who you are, which is how he started dating in the first place. He didn't actually start until college.

News to me!

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beldon123 June 20th, 2013, 2:40 am

As a bisexual myself, I feel thy grief, Brad. haha That kind of shit sucks.

*speaking to Brad* What's the worst bisexuality stereotype you've encountered so far? For me it was someone telling me that bi people are just sex-crazed and just want to fuck a lot.

......which isn't really a lie, in my case, but it's not like I don't have feelings too, ya shit lickers. >:T

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Crystaldragon June 20th, 2013, 12:57 pm

I guess I'm lucky, then. The guy I'm dating now is completely okay with my being bisexual (though he has admitted to me before that he was afraid because he had more competition XD). Since this is the first time I've ever dated someone, I haven't encountered any problems. Neither have I run into the classic bisexual stereotypes. Though, I don't tell people outright when I first meet them unless I intend to date them (which has been never...until now).

Brad, I have a question. Has anyone ever turned you down AFTER you told them your sexuality? As in, you ask them out, they say yes, you warn them and they change their mind, or something along those lines.

P.S. You're kind of a role model to me, Brad, like so many of the other members who post here. XP I know this doesn't mean much, but I just wanted to say that. Also, you're one of the only two guys I know who are bisexual. I heard that woman are more likely to be bisexual, but I think that they're more likely to come out. What's your opinion on that?

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Titi (Guest) June 20th, 2013, 5:09 pm

A)I fucking love you in your asexual way and shut up and accept my kisses because they are asexual(they offer asexual love)
B)I can totally understand Brad since i accepted my bisexuality when i told my bestfriend(male) about it and he was cool about it(cant really believe though because Greece is just beginning to really accept homosexuality)
C)DONT UNDERESTIMATE YOURSELF
D)A moutza is a greek gesture where you facepalm another person for some reason.(it's a little more appropriate that the middle finger thingy)Look it up
E)DONT FUCKING UNDERESTMATE YOURSELF!!!!!!
Long Comment Deal With It

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daviddoesntgetit June 21st, 2013, 8:32 pm

@beldon123: Brad: Pretty much that and the one I mentioned a while back, that bisexuals are just confused gays. Annoying little fuckers. Also, hello fellow bisexual!

@Crystaldragon: Brad: Nice! Hey. Good luck on this relationship however I didn't mean to imply that this situation was most of my dates or anything, it's just someone asked for a story and about being bisexual so this was the closest I could get to an interesting topic. Other than that, I don't really find much interesting to discuss about dating.

Has anyone turned me down after I told them my sexuality, eh? Not ever. I'm assuming they find me so attractive and dashing they want to try to tough it out before failing and who can blame them?

Awwww, I'm your role model, eh? How cute. I'll try to be the best role model. :) I guess I need to start living a better life and stop farting as much.

As for women being more likely to be bisexual, well. How would I know? You should probably look up academic reports for that. I guess, yes, it's true. Usually when you look up bisexual, you're more likely to come across women but I think I remember reading that women are more fluid in their sexuality than males. To start, think about how ladies are more likely to have physical contact between friends than male friends with each other. Also, there's actually a bisexual category for ladies that get intimate with other women only for a man's pleasure so I don't know if that helps.

@Titi:

A) Absolutely not.
B) Brad: How about Russia passing those laws, eh? Like the one where it's illegal to tell your kids homosexuals exist? It must be terrifying for them over there.
C) I... I'm not. I'm not saying that because I have low self-esteem, rather I'm just trying to get my readers to not overestimate me as they seem to do all the time, haha. I haven't done anything in my life a regular person could not accomplish, I promise you that.
D) I tried looking it up but the images didn't make sense to me so thank you for explaining it.
E) Hm. Again, I'm not but thank you for the encouragement, regardless. I know artists aren't particularly a fan of people that say things like, "I worship you!" and I'm the same though I'm really unsure why.

One person suggested that by doing so, fans undermine all the hard work that the artist had to go through to get to where they are. As for me, I think that with worship, it is paired up with people not really inflating their own ego enough, which bothers me. Rather than saying to me I'm doing something great, I like comments where people say that I've inspired them because rather than just be a presence, at least I've added something to the world. I don't want to be so worthless that I have no influence, y'know? Haha.

Haha, no worries, your comment was not that long. Thanks for it.

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Crystaldragon June 21st, 2013, 9:17 pm

Oh, I didn't think you were implying as much. Sorry to make it sound that way. I hope you find someone worthy of your looks and charm~ <3

As for female bisexuality, I just thought I'd bring it up. I don't know too many people who identify as bi, after all. No one to talk to, in other words! Though I didn't realize there was an actual category for stuff like that, I feel I should look into it...

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daviddoesntgetit June 21st, 2013, 9:56 pm

@Crystaldragon: Brad: Hey, hey. Now I'M sorry, there's really no need to apologize. I probably came off harsher than I planned just because I was stumped at how to answer your questions and I was mad that I was.

But really, I'm just stumped because I'm pretty shallow, and just because I'm having a pretty good life right now, I haven't had time to think about any pressing issues.

Thank you! I'm dating someone right now, actually. They're quite wonderful. GOOD LUCK ON YOUR RESEARCH.

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Crystaldragon June 21st, 2013, 10:01 pm

That's okay! I completely understand where you're coming from. And personally, I don't think anyone can help being shallow. As long as they're not rude about it, I don't mind, either.

Good luck with your own relationship, and thanks!

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jovialMagician June 22nd, 2013, 2:50 am

I'll love you Brad. ;__;

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daviddoesntgetit June 23rd, 2013, 11:05 pm

@jovialMagician: Eugh. People that like Brad.

Haha. I'm kidding.