So another of the Top Searches I’ve been trying to ignore – and haven’t been able to – is someone searching for, “bisexual fucking blog.”
As usual, my first thought was, “Why? Is the searcher looking for some porn-like stuff to read?” Because if this is the case, um, good luck… and let me know if you find a blog written by a bisexual who is telling it all because I’d like to read it, too.
Bisexual sex isn’t all that different from ‘regular’ sex in that there aren’t that many people willing to share the intimate details of whatever it is they’re doing. I mean, I’ll tell because there’s no shame in my game at all and even at the risk of getting bitch-slapped by the WordPress monitors… but to search for others who might be willing and able to speak about what they’re doing?
As we know and are learning, bisexuality, in and of itself, is becoming more ‘mainstream’ than ever before; people are finding out that it’s an alternative that isn’t as horrible as we’ve all been told and I think the main reason why the number of bisexuals becoming ‘visible’ is going up is that people are also learning that you can have sex this way and it doesn’t compromise their masculinity or femininity one way or the other; they’re still the same person they were before they straddled the fence and regardless to whatever they happen to be doing.
I’m not saying that bisexual sex isn’t a worthy topic to be written about; I’m just saying that not very many people are talking about it (other than yours truly). If anything, they might share their thoughts and feelings where being bi is concerned… but as far as what they’re doing? Not likely because sex is still one of those very private things and something that we’re never, ever, supposed to talk about in a public (or even sometimes a private) setting.
At one point, I gave some thought about separating out all my blogs about being bi into a separate page… but then I thought that since my blog is about life, living, and loving, sticking it out to one side kinda breaks up the continuity of thought and, well, my being bi is as integrated into me as breathing is; I wouldn’t try to separate my breathing from my pulse, right? So I decided to leave things as they are so that when such things cross my mind, you (and especially myself) won’t have to look all over the place to find out what’s on my somewhat fertile mind.