How to Protect Bisexuals from STDs

Sexual health is vital to the world. We should protect our common humanity and try to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. And to promote safe sex is in the interests of human beings. Most of the people no matter they are family members or acquaintances or having different color of skin are sexually active. It’s normal to find bisexual couples and bisexual people who are dating with each other in the world.

Media activity

An old saying tells: “lit candles and drive away the darkness”. Bisexual people are the same as others, who are easy to get infectious diseases. Therefore, they need to know if they want to protect their lives, they should adhere to the practice of safety.

According to the reports from brown university, the results that the bisexual are more easily to get venereal disease than heterosexuals can prove the possibility of drug and alcohol abuse. We must encourage continuous media activities and improve the understanding of the social security act. Only in this way, can we promise a safer sexual intercourse.

Good social support

Many research shows that the bisexual tend to depend on material and tobacco abuse in order to cover their judgment. The day after tomorrow’s behavior is a kind of dangerous behavior of the catalyst and it does not conform to safety principles. Social and behavioral therapy center should provide the necessary support to bisexual couples and bisexual people.

When there is a social support system to help them overcome and restore rational behavior, more and more people can quit drugs. However, other pathogenic factors also need to handle in a right way.

Continuous Distribution of Anti-retroviral and Acyeterion

To advocate the use of condoms should be continuous and outstanding in irrational behavior and the vulnerable groups who are addicted to drugs. .Antiretroviral access should be as easy as possible so that bisexual couples can get their preventive application. Advance of drugs have been approved earlier this year by the world health organization as the use of prepositions.

The world has to face reality, the individual’s preference will keep changing. People insist that the best is them. The family planning association and other charitable organizations in many communities with their location advantages help to promote the safety of the messages. They help to overthrow some stereotypes in the field of their business, and provide insights into the healthy sexual behavior of bisexual couples.

If your partner is bisexual,what should you do?

If your partner is bisexual,what should you do?

 

We often talk about that who is gay, who come out as bisexual. What should you do if you find out your partner is bisexual someday? The social can accept gay, but cannot accept bisexual for some unknown reasons. If your partner don’t tell you their sexual orientation, don’t worry about it or blame them. It’s because of love. They love you, so that don’t want to lose you. Don’t talk to me that love should be transparent. I think that everyone have the precondition for love. Obvious bisexual is most likely in it. Opposite, they keep it as a secret, just want the love is more pureness. So, can you understand their mind now?

If you still worry about it, let’s go on talking about it. At first, we should know bisexual can love both girl and boy. But it’s not the necessary. They can love both sex. It means they have more choice. You always have a lot of choice. You can choose someone rich, someone beautiful, someone tall or someone fat. For bisexual, they can choose to love the same sex or opposite sex. And they can choose to love both sex. There are a lot of bisexual have a three members family.

Once the decision been made. It can hardly to be changed. If you choose to love someone rich, do you going to love someone very poor? Maybe you will say your boyfriend or girlfriend likely to love others. Come on! It only means they don’t love you. Have nothing to do with bisexual. No matter who they are? Bisexual, gay, straight, if they choose to love someone else. Let it go. It’s sooner or later. Because there is no love between you.

You should face the trouble together since the day you fall in love with each other. If your partner told you that they are bisexual. Trust me, they must love you very much. As mentioned above, they have no necessary to tell you the secret. But they did. Please, don’t hurt the love. Support him/her just like before. Because only one word “bisexual” come out in your world. Nothing was changed.

We cannot defend the peace of the world. We can defend our love.

We cannot defend our love. We can defend the right to make choice.

No matter what you want? One-night, threesome date or build a relationship, you can find in the site: Bisexualfun, Bicupid. No cheat,

10 Things Never to Say to Bisexual People

10 Things Never to Say to Bisexual People


1.Bisexuals are attracted to anything that moves.

Oh, please. Just because someone is bisexual doesn’t mean they don’t have standards. This is the same logic that homophobic dudes use for why they don’t want to share a locker room with gay men. You wish we were looking at your junk, honey.

2.Bisexuals are cheaters

A cheater is a cheater. Bisexual people cheat, and so do people who identify as straight, gay, trans, or anything else. A person’s sexuality or gender identity doesn’t make them cheat.

3.Bisexuals don’t exist.

Some people simply can’t fathom a sexuality in which individuals are attracted to more than one gender. You can test the waters, but you eventually must pick a side, the thinking goes. But bisexuals don’t need science— or the approval of those attracted to only one gender — to prove that they exist.

4.Bisexuals are just going through a phase.

Yes, it’s true that plenty of gays and lesbians used bisexuality as a way to soften the blow of coming out to conservative parents. Many may even have identified as bi for a time while they were still making sense of their own orientation. And while coming out is an intensely personal decision, the strategies of some should not invalidate the identities of the majority, for whom bisexuality wasn’t a “stepping stone” but the final, concrete destination.

5.Bisexuals are sexually greedy.

Bisexual people are not automatically more promiscuous than any other person — gay or straight. Being attracted to more than one gender does provide more potential partners, but it doesn’t increase one’s likelihood of physically or emotionally connecting with said potential partner. And just as having an eclectic taste in wine does not make one an alcoholic, being bisexual does not make you greedy.

6.Bisexuals are scared of commitment.

Being attracted to both genders doesn’t have anything to do with commitment. Alan Cumming addressed this misconception in a candid interview last year. “I have a healthy sexual appetite and a healthy imagination,” Cumming told Instinct magazine. “I still define myself as a bisexual even though I have chosen to be with Grant. I’m sexually attracted to the female form even though I am with a man and I just feel that bisexuals have a bad rap.”

bisexual people

7.All women are bisexual.

The sexualization of women knows no bounds in today’s contemporary culture. But just because mainstream media continues to exploit female sexuality in a transparent attempt to sell products doesn’t mean that all women swing both ways, a la Shakira and Rihanna in “Can’t Remember to Forget You.” Sorry, Shakira, we’re not buying what those hips are selling.

8.Bisexuals spread HIV.

Men who have sex with men are at a disproportionate risk of HIV infection. But that doesn’t make bisexuals more likely to spread the disease — taking the proper precautions is necessary regardless of your sexual orientation. Always use protection, and know your partner’s status and your own.

9.Bisexuals live for threesomes.

Threesomes are not a hallmark of the bisexual lifestyle — they are merely an option, just as they are for any other sexual being.

10.Bisexuals are a small community.

In 2007, a survey of 768 self-identified lesbians, gays and bisexuals found that a full 48.9 percent identified as bisexual — nearly half. Bisexuals might not speak out as much as their lesbian and gay siblings, but that’s more likely due to lingering stigmas than it is to a lack of numbers. Like it or not, bisexual people are here, and they’re here to stay.

Editor’s note: This post first appeared on PolicyMic and is reprinted here with permission.