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That's an incredibly exhausting thing to be around as someone who is fairly content with themselves. I'm a transgender woman and that can complicate things sometimes.
I'd say most men who approach me identify as straight, but I have my most fulfilling relationships with men who are bi or pansexual.
I'm also polyamorous — both of my partners currently are pansexual men.
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I find that this open-mindedness usually extends beyond sex. Co-authored by Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli, a lecturer in Social Dosrnt at Deakin University, and her co-researcher Sara Lubowitz, the work is based on the insights of 79 Australian women involved with bisexual men.
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Some women said things like, "After being with a bisexual man, I would never go back to being with a heterosexual man in a relationship," because they found these men far more interesting and open to exploring.
Read More: What are some of the challenges facing these couples? These women faced the perceived stigma that bisexual men were deceitful; that you can't trust them.
But then a lot of women said, "Look, it's not like that at all. When you're with a straight man, he could be seeing another woman.
We actually found women talking about something called "gendered monogamy"—often women were much happier being with a bisexual man, and one of the rules that they had established in their relationship was: How did the women cope with this stigma? When women confided in friends and counselors about their relationships, they were often met with questions like: Other women were questioned about their validity as women: Once shating, it's women who are viewed as the problem. Women were asked, "What's Bi guylooking for a girl who dosent mind sharing with you?
How did these couples fit in with the wider queer community? One of the other findings that was really important was these women feeling ostracized, not only cor the straight world or the hetero world, but the predominantly gay and lesbian communities.
Women felt they were actually stigmatized, and their partners would often feel like they didn't even fit in there. They would receive very abusive, spiteful comments about these relationships, like: