“I don’t know if it’s me feeling threatened, I don’t know.
It’s not that I’m not okay with it outside of my personal life but when it comes to me and who I lay down with, I’m just not comfortable with it.” Amber said a full answer would require much more thought on the topic and that she will return to the subject on next week’s show.
She is ex-editor of the Stonewall award-winning g3 magazine for lesbian and bisexual women, and was founding editor of Biscuit, a website for bisexual women which was also nominated for a Stonewall award under her editorship. Hobbies include hanging out with her kittens and morris dancing.
The reason I don't want to date a bisexual is because I want to date a lesbian, someone who shares my identity and world view and is like me.” Elaine, 48 “Most of my partners have been bi, by coincidence rather than design, and it’s never caused an issue.
Well, only when I started seeing my first bi partner and I told her she was welcome to see other people.
It doesn’t matter to me what her past was.” So, the verdict was definitely split.
Some of you were vocal bi-lady lovers, others said that polysexual partners were definitely off the menu and a couple of you fell somewhere in between.