ASK MISS BLISS – AM I STILL A VIRGIN?

by Miss Bliss

Hi, Miss Bliss!

I love your page dearly and I feel like I can seek your help.

I am confused. I am not sure if i am bi or just bi-curious. It started when I was a little kid, around 8 or 9. I began having little crushes on female friends. I had a teen bi-encounter with a best friend of mine. I did not go down on her, but we did rub against each other and stuff. Since then, I have been craving sex with a bi-female, but I’m trying to hold back, as I am still a virgin and am saving myself for marriage.

My question is, do you think I’m 100% bisexual or just bi-curious? I am not sure if i want to have a serious relationship with a woman, just sexual, you know? Am I bisexual if I only want a sexual relationship with a woman, but want a serious relationship with a man?

God Bless,
Confused in Asia

Darling Confused Virgin,

In a way, the terms “virgin” and “bi-curious” are very similar. Both words proclaim to the world what you have not yet experienced: (1) sexual intercourse with a man, or (2) sexual exploration with a woman.

BI-CURIOUS

Girls describe themselves as bi-curious to let others know that they are open to being with a woman but have no experience. Being bi-curious also implies that a girl’s sexual fantasies involve women, and that the girl may be ready for her first experience with a female lover — and is seeking it. Naturally, being “curious” also allows the girl an out and a chance to return to her straight life, if she has an unpleasant experience with a woman.

BI OR BI-CURIOUS?

The term bi-curious has always seemed a bit silly to me. Being a bigirl has always meant that I am open to love with another individual despite gender. I have met women who are married to men in monogamous relationships but still identify as bisexual because they have loved women in the past. Some bi women have monogamous relationships with other women. Being bi does not make you a swinger, a group sex addict, or incapable of a healthy monogamous relationship. Bigirls celebrate that love can be found with a man, a woman, or both. Identifying as bisexual is to tell the world that you appreciate the many diverse forms love can take.

VIRGINS

According to the online dictionary, a virgin is:
1. A person who has not experienced sexual intercourse.
To make certain that I do not lead you astray, I also looked up the term “sexual intercourse,” which was defined as:
1. Coitus between humans.
Finally, I found coitus which is:
1. Sexual union between a male and a female involving insertion of the penis into the vagina.

In conclusion, your virginity will remain perfectly intact, as long as no man is allowed to enter you vaginally. Feel free to get all the curiosity out of your bi-system, and decide for your lovely self, as we all must, how bi you really are.

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BLISS

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