QUEERTY SELECTS — Lady bisexuality ruled the 90s. So why is dude bisexuality seemingly ruling the 2000s? Sex columnist Rachel Kramer Bussel explores bromances, man dates, man crushes, and all sorts of guy-on-guy affection that isn’t necessarily gay. Does it mean anything that Jimmy Kimmel and Ben Affleck can create a music video about anal sexing each other — and it’s considered funny, not grotesque? That I Love You Man and this summer’s Humpday (about two dudes who make porn together) are fare for the cineplex — and not the adult cineplex? Queerty readers have already shared their thoughts on bisexual guys (and whether they even exist). But is the pop culture phenomenon reflective of actual sex culture? [The Daily Beast] (Photo: BiMaxx)
bisexuality is a phenomenon that probably exists, at what frequency we may never know. All I can say is that I am not the least bit interested in girls-I don’t think i am even a little bit bisexual.
The examples listed in the article had little to with sexuality, bisexuality even less so. Bisexual a trend among men? shouldn’t there be at least one example of this that isn’t a comedy routine?
well first off i think it would be good if male bisexuality would be explored more since we as bi men take more shit then l and g and bi women take. Although i havent really noticed much bisexual male exploration at school or in the world, so this is kind of a myth to me. While i know alot of straight women are now saying their bi to get attention and etc and i know some bi women resent that because then it makes it seem like bisexuality is a phase which is ridiclous. I think its great if more men decided to explore same sex feelings, it would be nice for a change since us bi men take so much shit such as “were really gay”, “confused” “undecided”, im so tired of that.