I am a bisexual woman who is and has been in the same monogamous relationship for 3 yrs. I never cheat on my partner, nor have I ever wanted too. I feel totally attracted to both men and women (this includes transgendered people) equally and have dated as well as had relationships with women and men and each relationship, I have remained monogamous. I have in the past been rejected by some people both lesbians and straight men when they find that I am bisexual because they think that I wouldn't be monogamous. Even when I told them I don't cheat, I wasn't believed. So basically those people believed all of the stereotypes about bisexuals.
My questions are, firstly, do you think a lot of people in the gay and lesbian community still feel this way? Secondly, if any other bisexual monogamous people have experienced this?
I love that the GLBT community is so diverse but sometimes I get the feeling that bisexuals aren't always 100% accepted. Thanks.