Asking someone you just met if she is lesbian or bisexual is kind of awkward and they might be taken aback. A better approach is to try and find out in more subtle ways. You can look for the obvious signs like a marriage equality sticker on her car or a piece of rainbow jewelry.
Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. Love and Sex in the Digital Age.
You may want to know if someone is bisexual because you want to ask them out or hope to be a supportive friend. However, the best way to know if someone is bisexual is to just talk to them. Warning: If the other person seems uncomfortable, back off immediately.
Pay attention to body language. The way that a guy holds himself and behaves around you may give you your first sign that he is interested in you. When people are attracted to each other, they tend to face each other, lean in close or stand close, and do subtle things like:  Smiling and making eye contact.
I need everyone to quiet down for a second. Yes, this is a real bisexual talking to you right now. Don't make any sudden movements because, if you do, you might scare me away.
Skip navigation! Story from Queer Voices. That's a problem, and one that reflects how many people refuse to acknowledge that bisexuality exists at all, called "bi erasure.
She felt betrayed and humiliated, and rushed to a therapist for consolation. Sexual orientation is subjective and a complex state of being. If a person is gay, its because they are attracted to the same gender and may be clear about their sexual orientation.
Given a choice, what would you choose: an American-style waffle drizzled with luxurious Belgian chocolate sauce, topped with chocolate brownie chunks or a nice crumbly sweet, chocolate mousse cheesecake pie served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream? What if you like both? Similarly for bisexual, choosing between men and women is difficult. They like both.
Jorge is a bisexual guy who has mentored other LGBT people over the years. He likes to share his experience with others. We're assuming that you're a woman, of course.