I have a question for straight men on this forum: How do you view bisexual men? Do you see them as just gay guys after all, or are they "half-straight," or what? I ask because, lately, most straight guys think I'm straight. This is surprising me. Sometimes, I feel like a fraud and think they may get really let down when they find out that I'm bisexual. Lately, it feels that my "gaydar" is really messed up, because I don't know anymore who is gay or straight or bisexual. I think this is because I'm in a situation where I deal with guys in their early 20s, and the younger generation (mid-30s here) seems more evolved or something. It seems that as society progresses, males are more in touch with their emotions and sensitivities than they used to be. The average young straight guy these days is about as in touch with his emotions, and is about as open minded, as the average gay guy 20 years ago. It's really interesting, and obviously really great. But it leaves me unsure sometimes.... Anyway, obviously, anyone can respond to this question. But I direct it to straight men because I already know how women and gay men perceive bisexual men. I don't know how straight men perceive us, though.