Bisexual husbands chatroom
Being left by a spouse who says that the marriage is over is difficult and coming to terms with the loss can be excruciating.But when the marriage is over because your spouse turns out to be gay, there is a whole different layer of thoughts and emotions to contend with.This is even more true when the person is married and has children.These seems to be no shortage of support out there on this subject matter and I also came across several books on the topic that may be of help to both the gay and straight spouse. I have been married for 11 years and my wife and I did not really know I was bi until we were three years into our marriage.I didn’t realize I was bisexual until I was about halfway through college.I called myself an ally, and gladly spent my time learning more about the community and how I could fight for justice.I’ve been working to get a GSA network going at the school where I teach.We talk about our gender neutral parenting strategies practically on the daily, just to feel like we’ll be ready for it.
Coming out to him was as strange as coming out to myself. The biggest question was if I still wanted to be with him, or if coming out was also me realizing that I wanted more dating experience with other women.
I ended up speaking in so many circles that it took another conversation about two months later for him to realize that I was actually trying to come out to him. Given my current marital status, it’s clear that I decided that I wanted to be with him.
Now, almost a year into our marriage, I still don’t know how my identity fits into our life.
According to gayhusbands.com,there are over 4 million women in this country who are married to, or have been married to gay men, and there are millions more throughout the world.
"In almost all cases," Kaye states, "women with gay husbands are unaware of their husbands' homosexuality at the time of the marriage." It makes people wonder if their spouse was ever really attracted to them; if they were ever loved; and if they ever really wanted the things they had worked so hard to build (home, family, community).We have tried to figure out how to not ignore my sexuality.