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Famous sex researcher Alfred Kinsey believed that sexual identity was a continuum, with gay on one end and straight on the other.He theorized that most people fall somewhere in the middle, meaning most of us are "a little gay" or "a little straight."I tend to agree with Kinsey’s model. Some people get anxious about what their bi-curiosity "means." They worry about being judged or labeled by others, and may even be judging themselves.

I mean, who’s to say your bi-curious partner won’t leave you for another woman.

Therefore, I can’t possibly keep her away from every man (woman, or person) she comes in contact with; that’s just ridiculous.

Just to ensure I wasn’t losing my marbles, I had a quick chat with a couple of random women who identify as lesbians and they too said their partner’s heterosexual, male friends or the idea of this made them uncomfortable. I think it’s the blatant disrespect I’ve received while being out with my partner.

The macho man who looks at me, sees an aggressive woman and wants to compete.

I can’t leave out the man who doesn’t take Lesbian relationships serious with his sarcastic remark of, “Oh…you guys are really a couple? It’s these notions that cause my deliberate labeling of every heterosexual man I come in contact with.

I know it’s not fair to place a stigma on every man who is attracted to a woman but maybe it’s the man attracted to “my woman” that makes me feel this way.

It all boils down to trust and allowing Mother Nature to run her course.

I believe if you approach every relationship regardless of sexual orientation, and with an open mind, that “What-If” factor can be avoided.

The question then becomes, Is this my own insecurity issue or is this a risk I am taking by dating a bi-curious woman?

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