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Because you're nervous about telling them, you can't enjoy the date.
You're so worried about how to come out and about whether they're still going to like you afterward that you can't focus on whether or not you actually like them.
If you act like it's this huge secret or something of which to be ashamed, then the person with whom you're on a date will think that too. Perhaps you can casually drop how you've previously dated someone of another gender before. I'm not saying you ONLY have to date other bi folks, but I will say it's easier.
I don't think it's a coincidence that the two long term relationships I've had since coming out were with other bi people.
It is just as complicated as any sexual orientation and deserves to be understood by everyone.
I thought I would seamlessly transition between the gay and straight worlds, welcomed by both communities, and all folks would want to date me. But now that I've been out for a few years and have successfully (and unsuccessfully) dated people of multiple genders and sexual orientations, I can safely say I've learned a few things about dating.
You've probably heard how actress and model, Amber Rose, in her recent Loveline Podcast, mentioned that she wouldn't feel comfortable dating a bi guy, even though she, herself, dates and is sexually/emotionally attracted to more than one gender.
Rose isn't alone in her unwillingness to date bi men.
Again, you don't need to limit yourself by only dating bi folks, but I think it's smart to go to queer and bi spaces to meet other bi folks.
Often times, people want proof that you're bisexual. Some people simply drank too much of the kool-aid and have very closed minded ideas about what a man and woman should be and how the two should be dating.