Bye bye bi

Amber Rose thinks bi guys are “amazing” but she wouldn’t be “comfortable” dating one, so don’t ask

Attention bisexual men of the world: You can stop dreaming about dating Amber “fingers-in-the-booty-ass-bitch” Rose because it’s never gonna happen. She’s not interested in guys who are interested in other guys. Sorry.

On the latest episode of her crappy online radio show Loveline with Amber Rose, which airs on Facebook Live, Amber Rose and her co-host, Dr. Chris Donaghue, got to talking about bisexual men. Specifically, whether she would ever consider dating one.

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“I think it’s amazing when a guy is bisexual and he’s comfortable with it,” Amber said. “But in my personal life, in my sex life, in who I choose to love, I just think that I would think about it too much. It would bother me in a way. I wouldn’t be comfortable with it.”

When asked why, Amber said she has nothing against bisexuals, she thinks they’re great!, she’s just “not comfortable” with the idea of, like, kissing one or being in a relationship with one or anything like that.

“Maybe I’m not secure enough to be with a man that likes other men,” she blabbered. “I would feel like when he’s out with his boys, it’s just more of a moment. I don’t know.”

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But the verbal diarrhea didn’t stop there. The bald blonde continued by saying, “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.”

Given your antiquated, bi-phobic attitude, Ms. Rose, we’re pretty sure the feeling is mutual.

h/t: Radio.com

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45 Comments

  • Herman75

    If it’s been up the man booty, she’s not comfortable having it up in HER booty.

  • TinoTurner

    Fuck you queerty, she’s allowed to say that. I wokldnt date a bisexual either

  • Kangol

    Is she sure didn’t already date one (K A N Y E W E S T…just saying)?

  • Ditamo

    I think she is allowed to say that too. She should be more open minded, but it’s OK.

    To me, that just shows what type of person she is, you know, the jealous/controlling/crazy bitch wanting to know where you are and who you’re with in all moments, type of person. Which, if I was a bisexual man, I wouldn’t want to date either…..

    So we all good :)

  • Black Pegasus

    I wouldn’t date a self proclaimed biSexual either.

  • He BGB

    She admits it may be her insecurity. Her ego probably wants the man to just worship her body and if he’s bi, she doesn’t feel that secure. Some straight women are like that. It’s ignorant yes but that’s the way she is. If she said something like I would be afraid if catching aids, that would be bad. But she didn’t. She admitted it was her insecurity

  • Paco

    I rather date an openly bisexual guy than a closeted one that calls himself “straight”. Not sure what the issue is with her comments though. She admitted it is her insecurities about the subject that turns her off about dating bi guys. Gay men shun openly bisexual guys all the time, but turn around and flock to the closeted ones while calling them “straight”.

  • Brian

    …because straight men never cheat. Right.

  • Neonegro

    If I were a hetero woman, I would also stay away from any man attracted to other men.

    Most women want to feel that they are with a pussy loving man and naturally would feel repulsed at the thought and possibility of that man taking dick.

    That is natural.

  • Neonegro

    I know many gay man who lose their attraction to a top once they discover that the top also bottoms. Some will no longer bottom for the former top.

    So it’s not just limited to women.

  • Neonegro

    @Ditamo: There is nothing insane about people’s sexual feelings. For some of them, their idea of a man or a top in the gay case is one that does not take dick in the ass.

    No need to analyze it, it is what it is.

  • BigG

    No way as a 100% gay man would I date a bisexual. It bothers me knowing he likes both when The thought of being with a woman sexually turns my stomach Inside out. I deserve to be with another gay man. Plus there is no such thing as a 50-50 bisexual they always tend to like one sex more than the other. It’s just not for me and trust me when they turn their head looking at a beautiful woman it’s going to eat you up inside been there done that never again. Huge turn off.
    I applaud her. Bisexuals can date other bi’s I’ll stick with gay men.

  • Brian

    Amber’s attitude is common among women, even bisexual women – fake or otherwise.

    As a gender, women find men threatening. They find men even more threatening when they’re not beholden to women. Bisexual men are not beholden to women.

    I once said on this site that the next gender war may be a bisexuality-based gender war where straight-identifying guys unite, declare their ability to swing both ways, and use this to empower themselves over women. Just watch the sparks fly.

  • s

    Is this serious? She said NOTHING to warrant the bitchy tone of the writer.

  • Ruhlmann

    I don’t resent her preference. It is however why as a bisexual I only romance or sleep with other bisexuals.

  • Jack Meoff

    A very naive statement. She worries that when he is out with the boys that it might be something more but she is not worried about him cheating on her with another woman because, you know, straight guys don’t cheat.

  • petert

    I have no problem w/ her saying that but I’m surprised – she has freely admitted on several occasions that she is a total slut.

  • Jack Meoff

    I see that qweerti deleted my comment (and someone else’s) stating that they had run this same story from the same source material back in October. Do they not realise that people can see how repetitive their stories are sometimes.

  • Neonegro

    I for one LOVE bi-sexual men and DL man.

    It is usually just wild no commitment sex…wham banm, thank you sir.

    I have this guy I met when he was 18 and I have been giving him oral service for at least 10 years. ( has 2 baby mamas and 6 kids} a typical around the way urban young man.

    Now he is too old for my taste, so I moved on and so did he.

    It takes too much work with openly gay identified guys.

  • sfhally

    Once again Queerty is trying to make something out of nothing.

    It wasn’t ‘bi-phobic’.

  • Shimata

    @BigG: Who said bisexual meant equal attraction to both sexes? Bisexual simply means attraction to both sexes, regardless of the percentages. You, like most people who can’t wrap their minds around the concept of bisexuality, make the logical fallacy of thinking it means 50/50 attraction. A woman who has only been in committed relationships with men but occasionally sleeps with another woman is still bisexual. A man who predominantly has sex with other men but would sleep with a woman if the chance arose is also still bisexual. And how you can find sex with a woman disgusting when you’re the product of sex with a woman is baffling. No man, straight or bi, has ever been as intimate with your mom’s lady parts as you were when you were being born (unless you have one or more brothers, that is). Is that disgusting?

  • Shimata

    @Neonegro: You do realize that you’re using the same argument against bisexuals that straight people use against gays, don’t you? There is no “natural” revulsion to someone else’s sexual preference, though there is cultural revulsion.

  • Chris

    Phobia means you’re afraid of something. Nothing says she fears bi- men. Rather her comment about a night out with the boys being something more suggests that she’s the jealous type. Bet she wouldn’t like if her partner went out with a group of women and she wasn’t there to keep an eye on him.

  • Brian

    You need to remember that women treat sex as a commodity. They are sellers. Sellers don’t like competition. Male bisexuality represents competition, and that’s one of the reasons why women as a gender find it threatening.

    Control is also a key. Women use sexual consent to control men. He does as she says, she gives him consent for sex. It’s a relationship based on sexual blackmail. Male bisexuality frees a man up from this blackmail, and she doesn’t like that.

  • IDoNotHaveToAgreeWithYou

    I don’t have a problem with that. No one has to screw anyone they don’t want to for any reason they come up with.

  • Aromaeus

    I’m getting screen shots of the comments on this article for the next time someone tells me gay men aren’t biphobic or there isn’t biphobia in the LGBT community. I respect Amber Rose for a lot of reasons but this is very disappointing to hear even though she did (correctly) identify it stems from her own insecurities. This idea that bisexual people are more prone to cheat because they have more possibilities is ridiculous and in the year lord 2017 I figured we as a society were past it. Ya’ll will buss it wide open for a guy who identifies as straight and probably makes homophobic jokes with his ‘bros’ after he’s done digging you out but an out and proud bisexual guy is a no go? Pathetic.

  • kvitka

    CIS female selfishness in all its glory. Nothing new about “oppressed” hypocrites!

  • twizler

    Give her a break! She didn’t bash bi-sexuals, only said she doesn’t want to sleep with one. She even admits that the reason stems from her own insecurities. The hate for her has gotten out of hand!

  • winnie

    Hey, Amber girl, many gay men(this one included), feel the same way about dating bisexual men.

  • Neonegro

    @Shimata: Actually I am not using anything against bisexual people. I don’t think you understand my post.

    And yes there is natural revulsion to certain sexual practices.

  • Neonegro

    @Shimata: You are not making sense comparing childbirth with sexual contact. That is quite a stretch.

    The vagina has more than one purpose, one of them is child delivery, and that is not comparable to an intimate sexual relation.

  • SonOfKings

    I fully understand where she’s coming from. As a woman, she can compete with other women to give her man the best sex he’s ever had. But she can’t compete with men if he likes men too. Some women don’t want that added pressure. She’s a woman who likes being with men exclusively into women. There’s nothing wrong with that.

  • Captain Obvious

    She’s a woman. We’re men. Stop trying to be a woman and get in on a woman’s opinion. You’re not women.

    Women already feel like they’re competing with other women for their man. They don’t want to have to compete with other men too… they can’t. They also don’t want to feel like they have a man who’s off with other men and hiding it.

    Every time you guys cover stories of men who up and left a woman after wasting her best years you’re all in support of the guy and couldn’t care less about the woman. Well this woman decided she doesn’t want that to be a possibility and you’re up in arms too.

    This is why more and more people are starting to ignore a certain type of gay man who happens to lack melanin and claims to be a minority but still clings for dear life to straight white male privilege.

    You’re just burning all your bridges.

  • trebmald

    @s: te@s: …except for being biphobic.

  • rmarin776

    I love all the pop psychology on this comment thread.

    As a therapist (who generally hears what people won’t tell the rest of you), I can assure you that more men (and women) are bisexual than you might imagine. Of course, it’s a spectrum, and the willingness people have to share their preferences correlates with social attitudes about bisexuality.

    I know many bisexual men who almost always partner romantically with women, as well as bisexual men who have long-term if not life-long romantic relationships with men. I don’t think these people are particularly pining for the genitals you all image they are “missing out on”.

    I would personally be open to dating any man who is clear about who he is. I don’t think all gay men are, and I don’t think all bi men aren’t.

  • Mykey

    It’s common knowledge that most straight women are afraid of dating bisexual men due to the insecurities of competition not only from women but also from men. The false idea that bisexual men are over-sexual is also a factor and that they can’t be faithful. She was probably trying to say that but in a more subtle way. On the other hand, straight men would love to date/marry bisexual women! Double standards perhaps…

  • mc90

    It’s her choice in choosing partners. What the hell is wrong with that? I don’t understand why people are so gunho on calling someone biphobic just because they decide that it’s not for them to date a bi person.
    Let’s take an example right out of my life. I briefly dated a guy into heavy fisting and pissing. I knew it going in but he promised he wouldn’t force me into that sort of things and he’d be okay without it. Well, guess what, he eventually brought it up and despite trying it to please him, it was still a super turn-off for me. So, we broke it off since we weren’t sexually compatible. Wasn’t anyone’s fault.
    Now, just replace “heavy fisting and pissing” with “fucking women” and we have the bisexuals instead of a kinkster. Just because a bi guy with a guy doesn’t make their desire for women disappears. Eventually that issue would be brought up and you’ll have to decide how to deal with it, whether through making a compromise or just porn alone (and we all know how long porn only can last). Well, I’d rather not have to deal with it at all.

  • jenbird

    Wonder where her prejudices – oops, “insecurities” – come from?

    Biphobia in gay and straight communities or the after-effects of that long debunked 80s myth about bi men being more likely to contract HIV?

  • Shimata

    @Neonegro: I’m making perfect sense, actually. As you so sagely stated, the vagina serves more than one purpose. But that’s irrelevant to gay men who are revulsed at the idea of vaginal sex because their revulsion has nothing to do with the sexual function of the vagina and everything to do with the vagina itself. So it confuses me how so many gay guys can find the vagina to be gross when you wouldn’t even be here right now if it weren’t for a vagina.

    Let’s assume the reproductive roles of men and women were reversed but our equipment stayed the same, and through some miracle of nature the penis was elastic enough to allow for childbirth. Gay men would still find penises attractive and vaginas disgusting. So for you to imply that vaginas are disgusting to gay men only in a sexual sense is completely disingenuous. Gay men tend to find the very idea of a vagina disgusting, which I’ve always found baffling and profoundly misogynistic. We bi guys and you gay dudes have no problem with the concept of putting our dicks, faces, hands, feet, elbows, etc. in another man’s $h!t hole, but the idea of doing the same thing to a vagina turns gay men’s stomachs. Even the cleanest asshole is still covered with microscopic shit (literally the most disgusting thing the human body produces), yet you’ll worship a man’s ass while denigrating a woman’s vagina.

  • bibabe

    I’m bisexual myself but I’m fine with this. She’s allowed to have boundaries, romantic or not and reason or not, she doesn’t have to date or have sex with anyone she doesn’t have to. Maybe her avoidance of bisexual men comes from a place of stereotypes but either way, she shouldn’t feel pressured into any sort of relationship with someone she doesn’t want to be with. ”No” is a complete sentence.

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