Sure, there are dating sites specifically designed for bisexual women, but they do not have the reach or the users of other, more well-known sites, and frankly, they tend to alienate gay women and straight men.Because, like many other bi girls, I am attracted to gay women and straight men, I want that exposure.Why don't I have access to beautiful, feminine lesbians? -Mirror Image Dear Mirror Image, At first I was a bit insulted by your letter.
" You and I both know that this is not entirely true, considering how many questions you have to answer to complete your profile (physical characteristics as well as "likes" and "dislikes") and how much of a pain it is to allocate and upload attractive photos of yourself. Immediately it asks if you are a woman or a man, which is fine for me but isn't necessarily an easy question for others who don't identify with one or either gender. Why are you making me decide something that I can't answer so definitively?I have always been an advocate of online dating, for a variety of reasons.I think it's a great way to meet people you would never otherwise encounter, see places you may never have heard of and build confidence.However, there are many bi-curious people afraid of coming out to their families, friends or partners. So hundreds of thousands bisexual dating sites are set up to serve for bisexual, bi-curious singles and couples, aiming to help them from all espects.But it's really hard to pick up a suitable and great one from those bisexual sites.