They are accused of immorality and immaturity; believe their choice is a way to attract attention ... Maybe, for distrust and hostility hide our inner conflicts: ignorance of himself and the fear of their own desires. Read more on our blog and visit our best free webcam sites.
"They are looking for some exotic, and nothing more", "now it is fashionable, they want to be in the trend: today they are bisexuals, tomorrow - asexuals, and the next day they are married", "it's just a nice excuse, but in reality - banal promiscuity "... Such opinions about bisexuals are not uncommon.
In relation to them, society does not experience such strong negative emotions, as in the case with gays.
They look more sparkle as children not being taken seriously. Bisexuals do often unappreciated, even within the LGBT community. "Homosexuals seem that with such a partner they cannot build a relationship: it will change sooner or later enter into a heterosexual marriage, - says Helga Lukowski, a member of the initiative group “Love”. - Many believe that the "bi" is for gay and lesbian people who are still undecided. But bisexuality can be self-oriented, with their needs and their experiences of building relationships" Due biphobia, bisexual or fear, they feel misunderstood, become anxious and withdrawn, trying to suppress the "inconvenient" desire. "They are often expelled in disgrace from the gay communities in which they are trying to communicate, - says family therapist Inga Admiral. - But even among heterosexuals, they do not feel their fear of being rejected. Their environment is inclined to think that they have to decide, as a result, and bisexuals themselves begin to doubt whether their desires are normal "Often these result in throwing them into the therapist's office: they hope at least from a specialist to find out who they are. Check out our bbw webcam chat.
We are afraid to look to ourselves
Sigmund Freud can tell a lot about sexuality. He believed that the final selection takes place in the process of growing up. "What it will depend on families, social norms, hormonal background, environment, temperament and personality traits - explains psychoanalyst and sexologist Maria Tikhonova. - Predict the orientation of choice with absolute accuracy is impossible" In the middle of XX century American biologist Alfred Kinsey suggested that sexuality cannot be reduced to a finite number of options. Rather, we gravitate to one of two poles, but can also be equidistant from them - this is the bisexuality. "The vast majority of people can be found in traces of bisexuality, even if their identity and beliefs about themselves that no - confirms Inga Admiral. - They can admire a beautiful body, excited by watching scenes of gay sex, to experience erotic fantasies, dreaming about homosexual subjects."