Still, there are some things to be wary of, and just like everything else in life, timing is everything; it can play a larger factor when dating someone going through a divorce; even a couple of months can make all the difference in the world. In any relationship, you can't force someone to be ready for something when they're not, as frustrating as that is. But even they have some traits you should go ahead and just expect. There's a difference between being hurt and not ready to move on.
If you take only one thing away from this story, let it be this: If the timing is off, don't try to force it. Think of it this way, in every relationship, you eventually talk about exes — this one just may be a bit more, well, significant. Let he or she do the talking, listen attentively, and then do your best to move on from there.
Do you know how many monogamous blondes there are in the world? This suggests that all orientations can be physically aroused by depictions of different sex, but it does not mean that all women are bi.
If someone identifies as straight, let them be straight. I am attracted to almost no one, which means you can have almost everyone. She might be really scared to tell you she's bisexual.
Be mad or hurt or sad because someone dumped you for someone else, but don't think for a second they dumped you because they secretly loved boys more than girls. She might feel like she doesn't have any place in the LGBT community or in the straight community.
Because lesbians think she's not gay enough and straight people think she's this overly sexualized tramp who will sleep with anyone.
It's possible you don't meet them for a while for this reason, because even your new significant other knows they will pepper you with questions like you're on a second interview.
They saw it all, and they don't want to see it again.
More often than not, former married people have tried it all in the bedroom because they lived in the "we're comfortable, so we can say what we really like phase" for, well, a long time.
In other words, they've graduated from the prestigious "How to really please a partner" college, and you get to be the lucky benefactor of this degree. He or she has been fully immersed in it, and he or she won't take anything less than the real thing.
Seriously, why do you want her to make sexuality pie charts anyway, weirdo? Because of the “bi” in “bisexual,” it’s often incorrectly assumed that bi women are only attracted to cis people.
It’s true that some people attracted to all genders prefer terms such as “queer” or “pansexual” because they feel it’s more inclusive or accurately describes them.