Rather than hijack Alpha's thread on why gay men get married, I have started this thread on the specific issue of being monogamous if you are not substantially sexually oriented one way or the other. This question is for women as much as for men. I have had a bisexual lover and I had no problem with her having a girlfriend as I saw it as two sides of the same coin. I am sure that other people would not see it like this particularly if they hold to traditional marriage concepts. So, if you have split percentage orientation, do you expect to be monogamous or if your partner has split percentages, do you expect them to be monogamous?