Bi Cupid Review
Some people like to make connections with others based on something other than their sex. The male or female thing can seem a bit arbitrary. Personality is far more telling. Sure, most adult dating sites offer the chance to meet single or even partnered bisexuals. However, it isn’t their main audience. They also might not be the most romantic place to meet. Bi Cupid is an online dating site designed specifically for the needs of bisexual singles whatever their goals are for meeting new like-minded people.
I will mention first off that BiCupid is less inclusive than one might expect. When you describe who you are and for whom you’re looking, options are limited. Your only choices are either bi or bi-curious. You can’t be gay or straight. I suppose that this might try to cut down on straight guys joining the site to go after the fantasy of dating a bisexual woman. Some women might feel harassed by that. Nevertheless, I always think that it’s better to be more inclusive and welcoming on a dating site.
“Bi Cupid is an online dating site designed specifically for the needs of bisexual singles whatever their goals are for meeting new like-minded people.”
In my own experience, love doesn’t always come from the direction you’re looking in. Often, it comes out of left field. However, that’s the thing about BiCupid.com. Its intentions seem pure enough, but there’s a tinge of the adult to the whole experience still. For example, there’s a bisexual videos section labeled with a flashing “hot” to access with a premium membership. They do allow bi-curious couples, too. Therefore, the married couples looking for threesomes are not excluded from the mix after all.
Free searches are limited to within 100 miles of your zip or postal code. To get closer to home you need to pay for a premium subscription. That will also give you access to other advanced search options beyond the basic gender and age search criteria. You cannot see last login info without paying first either. It’s free to reply to messages from paid members at least. That makes paying more enticing.
You can check out free personal blogs to give you an idea of this dating community. There are chat rooms and forums to further aid you in this endeavor to know who’s on the site before signing up for a monthly subscription. There is a section marked as daily bisexual news. You must upgrade to see it. Bi Beth, an advice columnist, also gives her perspective on bisexuality and related dating issues.
The site has raised its price by about 10 percent. It was previously cheaper than many other sites. Now it’s on the higher end of average prices. Bi Cupid has limited, albeit still measurable, popularity, so it might still be worth a whirl.