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The second option seems daunting, because, again, if you have ever filled out an online dating profile, you know it is a tedious, aggravating procedure. My profile now states that I am bi and looking for guys and girls who like bi girls. As much as I like to avoid stereotypes, I couldn't help but wonder how many gay women would actively search out bi women on a dating site.
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