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Is it possible to have a relationship with a bi-sexual girl who has a girlfriend and how should you get to know her?

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2005-11-12 20:11:50
2005-11-12 20:11:50

A relationship with two people is hard enough, having a third in the mix is troubling and complex regardless of sexual orientation.

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u should keep the relationship as godly as possible and don't change for anyone

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* You said 'like' which could mean friendship or you are interested in him for a possible romantic relationship. Since you know he is gay or at least bisexual and assuming you are straight, then the relationship would probably not work out. One also has to be extremely careful of sexually transmitted diseases. If you are sure he is gay or bisexual it's best to keep a good friendship going and don't get romantically involved.

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talk it out with her cause aybe what you are considering a relationship can be just mere friendship.

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if you are asking what kind of relationship you should have it should be open honest and romantic never force full or unconforable both people should be respectful not untrustworthy

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you can beat him up, or let her choose If you trust your girlfriend and the two of you have a good relationship, it should not matter.

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If you two are genuine friends & nothing more, yes. There should not be an issue. Just remember to be respectful of his relationship & his girlfriend.

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Of course!! Look, when someone is bisexual, they have feelings for both sexes. But they still stay committed to whoever they're dating, or atleast they should. It's not a free pass to have a boyfriend and a girlfriend. That's usually frowned upon. Hope this helped.


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