I do understand your pain. It depends on whether or not you would like him to kiss you. Not that I'm not empathetic to your situation, but my husband of almost 21 years revealed when given an ultimatum that he is having a MSM affair with a 29 year old former coworker. But the sneaking and the cheating and the lying fill me with loathing. Far from hating bisexuals, I have a great deal of compassion and concern for this "sub-population" of self-identified bisexuals who have been unable to come to some resolution of the conflict they feel about the sexual desires.
Many gay activists consider all closeted men who have sex with men MSM to be gay men in hiding, illegitimate members of the gay community. It has less to do with the orientation of the person and much more to do with their character. It all depends on your comfort level. I'd like to talk to you further about this in private if you're comfortable with it. If you're still concerned about dating a bisexual, it may be more a reflection of you than it is of them. Most women I don't think would be as compassionate or understanding as you have been.
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While it's feasible, don't think it's likely. Falling in love, for many, is not predicated by they physical body, but rather the emotional connectivity between the two. There are no rights really now for heterosexuals. To point out a few of the largest issues I noticed: It was my first visit to a therapist.
What many fail to understand is that bisexuality doesn't mean you are automatocally prone to cheat. In an autopsy study published in , I reported that INAH3 was smaller, on average, in gay men than in straight men. Feeling empty or sad is normal. I would refer you to two good resources: Both partners took the vows AND both need to adhere to them or what is the point of them anyway?!