Based on a few comments I received on this particular post, I will add the following context.I agree that someone who identifies as “bisexual” is no more likely to be faithful or unfaithful than anyone else.To cheat or remain faithful is an individual choice people make for themselves, regardless of sexual orientation.
Honestly, she dated a few women while we were together.
I think I know all of them, but I won’t pretend like I know or care for sure.
I was far less concerned about her sleeping with other women than men anyway.
They were honest with me about this preference, and it was what it was.
You can feel however you want to feel about people’s sexual orientation and personal lifestyle choices.
It’s not my job to persuade you to feel one way or the other on those particular topics.
Regarding cheating, simple math dictates that if you are attracted to both sexes, then you are attracted to twice as many people as a heterosexual or homosexual person. If cheating, to some degree, is dictated by temptation, then a bisexual person will arguably face twice as much temptation.
Whether they choose to act on this temptation or not is another story.
With that said, an excerpt from my post on the subject…