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Bisexual and Married.. sometimes its pretty hard to be yourself.

posted 5/11/2008 4:41:57 AM |
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  Angel_2512

Just wondering if any of the other bi females in the world have a hard time coming out to their girl mates and letting them know how they really are??? I don't usually pick mates that I am attracted to for some reason, so there is no real reason for me to act any differently towards them. I just came out to my best mate and told her that I am bi and it was a bit hard to converse about. Has anyone else had this problem??? Its not as if I wanted to lay her down and make passionate love to her right then and there. I just wanted to let her know about me because she is my friend I wanted to be completely honest with her. I am not uncomfortable with myself as a bisexual woman, I just don't wish to make anyone else uncomfortable. Guys are all ears when it comes to that sort of thing, but if you tell a straight lady that you are bi, it feels to me as if they are expecting you to lean over and pash them. I am not attracted to everyone I meet, and if they are straight, I surely don't want to invade their personal space... let alone push myself on them. If you have any similar experiences I would love to hear about them.

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milf10507

Jul 15 @ 10:25AM  
My experience is not just that I am bi-curious (as I have had only two brief encounters with women) but also I am polyamorous and I believe that even though a person is married, you can have multiple loving relationships (that may or may not involve sex). I just discovered the word "polyamory" this year -- I have been happily married for 16 years but have always wanted additional bed mates and prior to marriage, we did. So, coming out this year to my husband was particularly hard then coming out to friends has been difficult as well. It is like you said, the look on their face is as if I were asking them to join me (or us) and that is not my intention at all. My intention is just to be honest and to be who I am... I want my friends to be honest with me about everything so I hope I can be honest with them. I have lost some friends that believe I am acting immorally and think I am just wanting to "have my cake and eat it too." Well, my believe is why have cake if you're not going to eat it??? Right? I would love to become friends and talk more about this with you via email if you are open to that.

Hope you are having a wonderful day "down under" in Australia!

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