Is There A Popular Trend of Being A Bisexual Girl?

Is There A Popular Trend of Being A Bisexual Girl?
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And at last, every single girl in that show seems to be bisexual.

Nowadays female bisexuality seems to be more widespread, at least on ‘The Real World: Cancun.’

Watching this show makes us feel old for various reasons. First of all, we are five years older to actually cast on the show. It is so incredibly boring that we cannot in fact watch a full episode, which says a lot if to mention we can easily swallow the whole marathon of Keeping Up With The Kardashians. And at last, every single girl in that show seems to be bisexual.

Why do we feel old when speaking about the last point? Well, it’s because we think we have just missed the boat on the bisexuality fashion. Hear us out. We believe that sexuality is a spectrum and where we fall on that spectrum when we are born and how our sexuality develops as a result of public impact depends upon the individual. We also don’t suppose it is relevant whether a person is homosexual, heterosexual or bisexual, whether they were born that way or ‘preferred’ that ‘way of life’, as we don’t think what goes on in an individual’s bedroom or intimate life is anyone’s business.

For the last five years or so, female bisexuality has become rather ‘popular.’ On the one hand, this is wonderful, while it’s encouraged and allowed persons to speak their minds and hearts openly to the love and sexual fun you may find with both girls and guys. On the other hand, of course, is that too much attention paid to girls-loving-girls was in the context of men’s enjoyment – women making out in clubs to turn on their boyfriends, for instance. The growing amount of bisexual ladies on reality TV shows (Real World/Road Rules Challenge, for instance, had like 5 bisexual girls per a season) and in cinema, we suppose has it easier for girls under the age of, for example, 26, to accept any bisexual trend they may have.
We all grow up in a very open-minded, liberal society. Our parents would not give a hoot if we were homosexual, heterosexual, bisexual or transsexual – all they want is for us to be happy. There is also a very liberal college called the University of California at Santa Crux, whose school mascot is the banana slug, which only displays you the sort of cuddly hippies we were surrounded by – yet, off the top of our heads, we can only guess of one girl who we were close friends with that had intercourse with both guys and girls, though we never heard her label herself as bisexual.


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