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Whether it's the early flirting stages or a long-term relationship, bisexual men and women on Reddit say they have noticed vast differences in their romantic encounters with people across the genders.
These range from how they show their emotions to what they are like in the bedroom - with one suggesting that sex with women 'tends to last longer'.
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The saying goes that men are from Mars, while women are from Venus.
And now, people who have dated both sexes have revealed that it sometimes really does feel like men and women are from different planets.
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One Reddit user said women's skin tends to be softer, adding 'All that moisturising pays off.' Another said that women kiss differently because they have 'softer lips', and tend to be more gentle.
One said '[I]n general, sex with women is more varied, tends to last longer and everyone orgasms 5 -10 times', while another added 'Sex with women seems less climax oriented'.
Another added: 'Guys are so much more focused on sex, with women it's much easier to just cuddle but sex feels a little desired'.
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The discussion began after Reddit user The_Moonlight Knight posed the question: 'Bisexuals who have dated both men and women, what are some differences you've noticed?