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  • author ( 71, bi-curious couple | Kinder, LA, USA )

    As I am an artist we enjoy art galleries and museums, and to break the ice sharing a few hours getting to know each other.

  • author ( 34, bi man | Staten Island, NY, USA )

    I feel that a museum is an appopriate place to meet someone for the first time. Especially if someone is shy and nervous theres so much stuff around to talk about

  • author ( 29, bi-curious woman | East Elmhurst, NY, USA )

    A quiet place. The crowd number doesn't matter much but something with the performance arts or the theaters would be nice.

  • author ( 30, bi man | Killeen, TX, USA )

    My idea of a perfect date would be an intimate setting, a place where we can get to know each other better. I also like going to art festivals and concerts .

  • author ( 28, bi-curious woman | Dalton, GA, USA )

    A quiet walk through a interesting museum, where we could learn new things. Maybe a nice lunch afterwards.

  • author ( 45, bi woman | Atlanta, GA, USA )

    We will go to an art walk event. Enjoy our time talking, laughing, getting to know each other while viewing beautiful art, drinking free wine and eating cheese and fruit.

  • author ( 44, bi woman | Flint, MI, USA )

    No movies, no elaborate dinners... I like low-key. How about we browse a museum or something else quiet. I want to be able to talk, get to know each other, but at an activity so that we don't sit staring at each other, t...  see more >>

  • author ( 37, bi woman | Chicago, IL, USA )

    I'm thinking lunch or coffee, maybe a movie, or a trip to the zoo. Some walk and talk, sight see. Nothing super extravogant, just sweet and simple....like me :-)

  • author ( 38, bi-curious woman | La Mesa, CA, USA )

    I think a museum is a great first date because there is something to keep the conversation going if there are lulls but is open to just letting the conversation flow unlike a movie where you can't talk. But Balboa Park a...  see more >>

  • author ( 44, bi woman | London, England - London, GBR )

    Let's do the South Bank - Tate Modern, maybe catch a movie at the BFI and eat chestnuts from a riverside stall.

  • author ( 28, bi-curious woman | Rawdon, QC, CAN )

    could be anything, depends on the person im with, i love anything from going out and haveing an adventure and seeing where our feet take us to just stay calm and going to the movies or to a pub

  • author ( 26, bi-curious woman | McHenry, IL, USA )

    I'm open to pretty much anything fun. I like to be spontaneous, i'm fine with just casual dates like dinner or whatever.

  • author ( 32, bi-curious woman | La Verne, CA, USA )

    It depends on who I am going on a date with. I guess dinner at a nice restaurant followed by a gallery of some kind would be fun and interesting.

  • author ( 68, bi man | Reno, NV, USA )

    i do not believe local people are the answer. i have met people abroard more serious when you are local no effort is put in. look miami got lebron from cleveland they were serious i am like pat riley hungry for a champio...  see more >>

  • author ( 55, bi woman | Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia )

    Why don't we go and check a local art gallery out, it will be fun to laugh at the pretentiousness of it all.