I definitely find beauty in everybody whether they’re heavy-set, super skinny, if they’re white, black, Indian, Asian, Spanish.”But apparently she draws a hard line at bisexual guys.
Chris Donaghue, was genuinely shocked at Rose’s answer and prompted her to “go further,” suggesting that she might be under the impression there would be more “competition” for a man’s affections if he were bisexual.
When Donaghue asked her what she would do if her current boyfriend came out as bisexual, Rose speculated that she might ask him if he was “going to see other men behind [her] back.”There’s not much distance between that reaction and the “layover on the way to Gaytown” theory of bisexuality.
Given that disheartening data, you’d expect to find bisexual men at or near the bottom of the dating world’s pecking order. Less scientific studies have borne out this conclusion.
In early 2016, for example, Glamour surveyed 1,015 women ages 18 to 44 and found that, although 47 percent of women said they had been attracted to another woman, nearly two-thirds—63 percent—said they “wouldn’t date a man who has had sex with another man.”Those numbers suggest at least some overlap between women who have bisexual patterns of attraction themselves and women who would not date a man who has had sex with another man.
What nagging feeling would she find herself unable to shake off? Television, for one, has reinforced the notion that bisexual men are simply closeted gay guys who should be automatically disqualified from a woman’s dating pool.
After going on a date with bisexual man, Carrie Bradshaw famously opined in an episode of Sex and the City, “I’m not even sure bisexuality exists.
While more recently, Amber sparked speculation she could be dating another Love Island star, Scott Thomas, who was previously in a relationship with Kady Mc Dermott.