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I know this is jus for women, but I went from homophobic to bi sexual.
I guess my point is that meeting somebody might turn out to be kind of hard.
Meeting a woman can be the same as meeting a man really, like bars or listings or parties or whatever; but in a lesbian bar, for example, they'd size your intentions up right away--they've seen it before and it probably wouldn't go so well. I guess it's a warning really, not a tip on how to do it.
I'm looking for advice on how to meet someone or tips on how to break the ice..the big one ... It's a classic way that bi and lesbian women feel they've been used.
I guess somebody might like it if they're looking for some kind of no-strings thing, but I don't happen to know anybody like that.
If your husband is truly supportive of this aspect of your sexuality then maybe you would have more luck finding the girlfriend with benefits.
(ah damn, I don't think I put that in my profile) but he wanted to please me, so he went along with it. If your husband is supportive, you can usually spot someone in a club.
You said in the OP that your husband was a supportive guy but only you know if you think he is supportive enough to let you explore this and if he can not be tortured by feelings of jealousy even if he says for you to go for it. If you think this idea won't bother him or better yet that he will be all for it then you should feel comfortable about telling him.