I know nothing is that simple, but it's kind of Frostian: Two roads diverged in a yellow wood — except the woods are full of various genitals." "I actually came out as bi only a few months ago, and last month married a man. On paper, I'm straight (I'm in a long-term relationship with a man) but I'm attracted to both men and women. I tried explaining this, but I was called 'selfish,' 'confused' and 'doing it for attention.' The worst part is that this person was a friend, and he laughed my words away, as though sexuality were set. I asked him if he liked tits, he said yes, and then I said, ' Well, so do I!
One of the reasons I waited so long was that as a fly-on-the-wall 'straight' woman, I heard so much bullshit against bi people from other queer folks that I felt completely unwelcome in the queer community. Now we understand one another.'" "I actually just came out to my youngest son a few weeks ago.
In the past year, my younger son has started asking some really insightful questions about gender issues and sexual orientation (like, ' Why is sexual orientation defined only by what body part goes where? A couple of weeks ago, during one of our conversations, I knew I had an opportunity to share this facet of myself with him. ' It took him a long time to answer, and I said, ' You've never really thought about it, have you?"I was in a new city, needed a doctor, so filled out my health history, my partners, etc.I've only ever been with my boyfriend and one woman, so it was a big deal when I wrote down that I was bisexual on that form.But on the other side of the coin, it makes me sad that I even need to hide or worry about these things." "I have avoided telling my queer friends that I am in a relationship with a man.It's like coming out all over again and I've experienced resistance against it.