Should I come out as bisexual?  

luston 36
9 posts
4/5/2005 3:04 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Should I come out as bisexual?


I never thought I'd ask this question; I always thought I'd keep it my secret. After all it was only a curiosity.

But now I'm not sure I want it to be just a curiosity. I think I want to try it for real.

And that would be a lot easier if I didn't have to do it with stealth. If I could go to a gay bar and properly meet people. Or have people introduced to me. And bring people back to my flat without it being a problem for my flatmate.

And just to be able to talk to my flatmate about it.

And not worry if he wants to use my computer, and comes across references to it.

On the other hand I don't want it to define my personality. After all, I love the girls far more.

godowntoo 57M

4/5/2005 7:40 pm

If you are already thinking about being with men you will not be happy until you try it one of the girls you know may know someone that wants to try the same thing that is how i started and i like it. but i still keep it secret.


manupforall 59M

4/5/2005 7:48 pm

I find that my life is much better with me being mostly out.
That is, I am out on here and to friends who care. I also tell the truth when asked but I don't share it with people who don't need to know.

Remember that a label is only a tag it is not a person.
You might use the "bi-curious" version that most people read as meaning you are hetero but might play with a guy in the right situation.


luston 36
4 posts
4/6/2005 9:18 am

Good idea godowntoo, that would be great, and hopefully the girl would want to join in as well! The mfm thing would be great. Or even fmm.

Or..

f
mm

It doesn't matter where everybody is I guess, as long as there is plenty of mmmmmm!

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Maybe I'll start with the bi-curious title as a stepping stone.

I know that a label is not a person, 'a rose by any other name' etc. But labels are how people start to get to know you, so they're still very important.

I want to get this right, but I want to move forward.


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