In a way, marrying a man makes it easy to 'hide.' People just assume you're straight.

It can be freeing not to have to worry about people's negative reactions to even just seeing you with your partner.

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Some of the most common misconceptions is that it is a passing phase, whether into homosexuality (being gay) or from that into heterosexuality (being straight).

Most often bisexual people are considered confused, and wierd, and many misinformed people are convinced that one can only be gay or straight.

'" "I think the weirdest thing for me isn't the judgment of other people (since I just pass for straight), but the idea of what could have been.

Just before I met my current dude (4.5 years and counting), I was trading messages with a gorgeous lady vegan baker.

I told my husband as soon as I made that realization.

(It's one of those things that when you put the pieces together and suddenly you're like, Ohhhhhhhhh!

But on the other side of the coin, it makes me sad that I even need to hide or worry about these things." "I have avoided telling my queer friends that I am in a relationship with a man.

It's like coming out all over again and I've experienced resistance against it.

I love activism and I love running my mouth but even now, being out, I don't feel like there's a place for me at queer events." "A month or two ago at a house party, I told a few people I was bisexual. He's 15 and his older brother is 18 (and hasn't been told) and I'd been wondering for a long time about how to address it with them, if I needed to address it, or if I should just let it be.

My husband and I have been together since college — 29 years this past February — but I didn't realize I was bi until after we were married (25 years this October).

Sometimes it means passing depending on the context because it's hard to play the role of educator and/or be on the defense all the time.