Do you identify as bisexual, bicurious, queer, or anywhere in-between? Sugar dating will offer a unique experience with high rewards.
According to our site members, a reported 51% more dates take place based on the ability to play both sides. This benefit results in higher self esteem and higher satisfaction with sugar partners. Most importantly, members report a positive overall sugar pairing success rate.
Let’s break down some game rules to keep in mind when pursuing your own bicurious sugar.
Bicurious, Bisexual, & Queer Definitions
Labels are constantly being casually tossed around. Some Sugar Daddy and Sugar Mama members are a tad more sensitive about defining what hits their sweet spot. Consider the following loose definitions when describing your own sugar partner(s).
Bicurious – An openness to or curiosity about having sexual relations with a person whose sex differs from that of one’s usual sexual partners. (Merriam Webster)
Bisexual – Of, relating to, or characterized by sexual or romantic attraction to members of both sexes; also : engaging in sexual activity with partners of more than one gender. (Merriam Webster)
Queer – Denoting or relating to a sexual or gender identity that does not correspond to established ideas of sexuality and gender, especially heterosexual norms. (Oxford Dictionary) *Note: This term is offensive to some. Use with caution.*
Some sugar partners may prefer to establish labels from the start. Don’t let this preference scare you. If sticking to a cookie-cutter definition is not your style, let your partner know this. Its great to understand what the other is looking for before emotions are entangled.
Like any relationship, being open to the possibility of more than one partner can lead to moments of time constraints or general sexual disinterest after *ahem* double scooping. Try to space out your time with partners. Too much of a good thing is ironically, never a good thing.
For some, scheduling specific meet-up days on a set schedule brings some relief. Being clear about involvement with others is a must-have when first hopping into multi-partner dating. And of course, always practice safe sex!
It’s never selfish to check-in with yourself! Are you feeling satisfied emotionally? Financially? A sugar partner should be a nice supplement to your lifestyle. You should never feel like sugar becomes a job that’s killing your mind, body, and spirit.
When you’re not feeling 100%, this is reflected to your partners.
Finally, planning time with friends, family, and the occasional vacay is also great for maintaining balance. Sugar relationships can easily become demanding. Continually giving without returning any favors to yourself can lead to quickly feeling burnt out. Avoid this by being aware of your inner self from the get-go. Let us know how bicurious sugar dating works for you!
What advice would suggest to those involved with bicurious dating?