Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Bi men's blogs

Yes, yes, I know I said my next post would be about that pesky old research that said bi men didn't exist, and I have let you down. That's a long post, something I'd have to think about and formulate an argument with. Maybe in a couple of days...
So instead, I'll post some links to bi men's blogs that I've been looking at recently.
Over the past few days, I've noticed people being referred to this blog from a site I'd never heard of before. It's here. Bi-journey is a new blog written by Al, a bi-guy who's just come out to his friends but hasn't had sex with a man yet - indeed isn't in a relationship at all. Much of his blog is devoted to exploring what bisexuality means to him, often talking about sex and being very thoughtful and thought-provoking with it. Indeed, while some of this site is perfectly safe for work, lots of it isn't - particularly the photos - so perhaps best viewed at home.
Al comments a fair bit on another bi man's site defending the raven. Raven is a married bi man, quite sexually active with other men and his wife is also bi. This blog has been going for a while, and as far as I can see a fair bit of it is involved with how he and SR, his wife, make things work for them. Very valuable if you are going through something similar.
I also like Trouser Browser. Like Al, he's also from the UK. TB writes about his rather active sex life, and very witty it is too.
So there we have it. Bi men both existing and writing about it. And yah boo sucks to that stupid research...

10 comments:

Dave Hill said...

Slightly off the point, but you've been a bit quiet lately. Hello!

Sue George said...

Hello Dave,
You're right. The micro-brand of "Sue George" is currently underperforming.
Reasons: work; house buying and selling (or rather attempting to); organising a large birthday dinner for Friday; and rather too much socialising...
Or to look at it another way: how do really active bloggers do it? I am composing another post right now that I think ought to be good.

Anonymous said...

I'm just discovering that I am bi after years of Christian fundamentalism. This is a new thing for me at 50. I don;t know whybut I told my mom and she is fune with that. What a relief like the time I told her that I went to a strip club.


My wife does not know I'm bi. She will probably flip out.
Jim

Monica said...

what happened to your blog?Its been quiet for a while now?

Sue George said...

Umm...

It's quiet, but not that quiet, I last posted on Tuesday! (22/4/08).
Given that my blog first started in 2006, I work, am doing a masters' and do a number of other rather demanding things I don't think I'm doing *too* badly?!?

"Shop" Anthropy! said...

Glad I found your blog. I am always looking for info on Bi lifestyles. The voices of the straights and the gays are well heard and being Bi is often times very isolating. I have a blog over at: http://shopanthropyrevolution.blogspot.com/

Also the website I work for: www.nonprofitshoppingmall.com has a great feature on MTV's Staying ALive Foundation at:http://nonprofitshoppingmall.com/people-who-care/staying-alive-foundation

Keep up the good work and enjoy!

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Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=vrjOeZPd494
Check out his video for an eye openning view of bi-sexuals... Thanks!!

Sue George said...

Interesting. I don't agree with the implication that it's easier to be bi than gay - and statistics bear me out - but otherwise a nice, upbeat video from a gay man.

Joe Micks said...

Hi Anon,

I discoverd the same thing at 55.
I have a young body and I always had a feeling all my life about man to man sex. I have had a few encounters from craigs list but I want a chance encounter...