Poll: Most Bisexual American Men Still Likely To Wed Women

In a recent Washington Post/Gallup poll, 81 percent of American bisexual men said they will still most likely get married to a woman, just to be safe, despite the Supreme Court ruling Friday that legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.

“I mean I am definitely still going to hook up in secret with men behind my wife’s back, but I’ll be able to maintain the appearance I am straight and monogamous to my friends, family and co-workers,” said bisexual man Brian Halbrook, 31, of Wichita, Kan., who responded to the poll. “This is a great thing for gay people though as they really have no choice regarding their sexuality.”

The poll also found 97 percent of American heterosexual men expect bisexual women to still be down for a threesome after marrying a woman.