I’ve come to the conclusion that being Bisexual is something I’m supposed to keep to myself.
I’m accepted more if I lie and say I’m Straight to hetero people and The gay community accept me more if I lie to them and say that I’m gay.
I’ve always known that homophobic people would never come to terms with me being attracted to men, but I’m finding it a struggle with the way some of my gay friends react to me saying I’m Bisexual.
Coming out as gay was always gonna be difficult, not least for the fact that I had lied to people for so long. Pretending to be something I’m not. But I did it and felt like I was still a liar. Because I’m not gay. I now feel pressure to lie to gay people I meet. What do you expect when you are told to your face that they “just can’t get involved with Bisexual men”. Or that time when i almost have a stand up fight with some acid queen bully who’s whole life seems to revolve around amusing themselves by humiliating others “telling it like it is”. They never say nice things when they “tell it like it is” . They just spout venom.
Apparently I’m a liar. I’m not Bisexual. I’m really gay and too cowardly to own up to it.
I’m in the closet and should stop pretending. I’m sitting on the fence and need to make my mind up.
They think that saying I’m Bisexual is the cowards way out.
If you are gay would you consider a Bisexual Boyfriend?.
If you are a heterosexual woman would you consider a Bisexual Boyfriend ?.
In my experience, some may say ‘yes I’m ok with it’ But in reality they don’t like it.
So maybe I should go back to pretending I’m something I’m not.