Bi or bi?
"Bisexuality," a word for (at least) two meanings.
- There are those who can feel affection and devotion with great intensity for a man or a woman, while possibly not being able to feel sexual attraction for both genders with the same intensity. Those are bisexual, flavoured "physical monosexuality".
- There are those who can feel physical attraction for both genders, who can have and enjoy sex with either gender, while possibly not being able to feel affection and devition for both genders with the same intensity. Those are bisexual, flavoured "loving monosexuality".
There are those who are able to love and enjoy sex with both genders. This is uncommon, but it is also bisexuality.
Against generally accepted ideas
- "Most people are heterosexual"
- if "heterosexuality" implies "monosexuality", then the statement is most probably false. Most people do experience during their lifetime deep feelings towards individuals of the same gender. Often this is referred to as "brotherly love", but the affix "brotherly" is purely optional.
- "Bisexuality is a first step towards homosexuality"
- irrational. Heterosexuality is rarely a starting point, even for howmosexuals. For example, many males "officially" homosexual have already loved one or more women (starting with their mother), even though they are purely unable to enjoy sex with them.
One or the other form of bisexuality exists in most humans. Most are not aware of it. Some are, and take advantage of it to enhance their love life and sexual life. And, in opposition to homosexuality which often causes a feeling of guilt as an inhibitor, conscious bisexuality soothes the mind, opens it, and is an incentive to self-development.
Just be bi.