So I am married to a man and just had the realization last October that I am bi. Part of me feels that if I were to come out to my family they would just ask why it was even important to share if I am already married. Like I made my pick and that’s all there is to it. But the other part of me feels like this has been hiding deep inside me for so long and I need to share it. Any suggestions or stories of coming out would be encouraging. This is the only space I currently am “out.”
@Birdie I was Evangelical for most of my life, but realized that I'm bi in the middle of it. I told my wife and one of my friends, but didn't tell anyone else . . . because I felt it didn't make a difference. It wasn't important to me, so I didn't feel the need to share. Coming out as trans, though, was too important to me not to share. (And, you know, the boobs would eventually be obvious)
How do you imagine your family would react? Supportive, or poorly?
All I can say is keep thinking about it. You're valid in any case!
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