Amber Rose Won’t Date Bisexual Guys

January 8, 2017 / Posted by:

This is one of those posts that’s sure to inspire heated discussion. Would you date a bisexual guy? Speaking for myself – hell no! I have enough strikes against me (pudge, I’m a [redacted]-year-old who’s still into comic books, I’m stereotypically Irish in the pants, my dog has this growth that he chews on until it bleeds, etc.) without having to compete with the beautiful and enticing mystery that is the vagina! Masturbation for healthy skin proponent and Loveline’s current co-host Amber Rose feels similarly.

Amber, who is openly bisexual herself, revealed on a recent episode that her legs and heart remain closed to dudes who like it both ways.

Via The Daily Beast:

“Would you ever date a bisexual guy?” was the discussion question, submitted to Rose via Facebook Live.

“No,” Rose responded, almost immediately. “Personally—no judgment—I wouldn’t be comfortable. I just wouldn’t be comfortable with it and I don’t know why.”

Points for honesty? Loveline’s host, sex therapist Dr. Chris Donaghue, suggested that perhaps she felt that way because she viewed the other men this hypothetical bi-guy might be into as “competition.” Amber, whom must have been grateful that Loveline is no longer hosted by that insufferable fame vacuum Dr. Drew, initially agreed with Dr. Donaghue’s theory. Then she decided that, for bi guys, a penis is just a play-thing for horny times and vagina is real love forever (or something equally silly) when it comes to bisexual men.

But after Donaghue prodded her for a few more minutes—prompting Rose to reveal that she has been rejected by men because of her own bisexuality—she finally opened up: “Maybe I’m not secure enough to be with a man that likes other men because I would feel like when he’s out with his boys, it’s just more of a moment.”

Amber concluded the discussion by saying she would return to the show and discuss her feelings some more at a later date, explaining that she “can’t fully articulate it right now.” It’s like me writing a post about sensitive topics like biphobia! I feel you, Amber. I’m going to practice some self-care now, steering away from Amber’s issue with dating bisexual men and towards noting that Dr. Drew is the worst. He makes me hate my TV when he pops up exploiting the marital and addiction issues of sad Z-list celebrities. We can all agree that we wouldn’t date him, right?

Oh, and methinks Amber’s aversion to bi guys might has something to do with a certain #FingersInTheBootyAssBitch that perhaps did her wrong in a previous relationship?


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