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For comparison, only 16 percent of men dating men said that the sex would bother them more than the emotional betrayal.Women's concerns about infidelity weren't as affected by their partner's gender.Under this theory, it makes sense that bisexual men dating women would be more worried about sexual infidelity than bisexual men dating men, who can't get pregnant, said study researcher Cory Scherer, a social psychologist at Pennsylvania State University Schuylkill.Among bisexual men dating women, 49 percent said they would be most bothered by the sex.Approach meeting new people the way you would any other stranger, i.e. Don’t treat new people as conquests (at least not right away).If you click and there’s chemistry, then by all means pursue it, but don’t treat every poly event like a sex party.Of women dating women, 25 percent said the sex would bother them more than the emotional infidelity, the same answer given by 17 percent of women dating men.

I hope everyone who reads this takes comfort in knowing you're not alone and there is nothing wrong with you.

The study – conducted by Deakin University – aimed to look into relationships between bisexual men and women on a broader scale and to challenge the biphobic stereotypes often surrounding such relationships.

The findings will be outlined in a new book titled ‘Women in Relationships with Bisexual Men – Bi Men By Women’.

You can do this IRL (try a poly Meetup group or a munch) or by going online.

A word about going to meetups with the express purpose of finding dates: Don’t be zealous about it.

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