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That hurt had nothing to do with his sexual orientation and nothing to do with his place in the LGBT acronym. It’s the worst I’ve ever hurt someone, and that realization made me take a hard look at my choices and my actions.In the long run, our relationship changed me for the better — at his expense. But late one night, in a parking lot after we had spent an angry hour talking on the phone, I made a decision that I would later consider an act of mercy for both of us: I would never speak to him again — and didn't. When I finally told him the truth, answering his oft-asked inquiries about my infidelity with a final, fateful yes, we remained locked in a toxic back-and-forth, shouting insults at each other for a month.However, despite all that progress, there are still a lot of misconceptions about bisexuality that we need to get over.Common misconceptions about bisexuals are that they’re just “confused,” or that they’re more prone to infidelity, and they’ll probably never get married because they won’t be satisfied with monogamy.SAN FRANCISCO - JUNE 17: Sharon Papo places a ring on the finger of her partner Amber Weiss as they are married at San Francisco City Hall June 17, 2008 in San Francisco, California.Same-sex couples throughout California are rushing to get married as counties begin issuing marriage license after a State Supreme Court ruling to allow same-sex marriage.
Many bisexuals find themselves in happy, healthy monogamous relationships/marriages. I never thought of myself as a straight person either. Woman B: I had always identified as straight; I hadn't really considered any other possibilities. Woman A: I had my first sexual experience when I was 8 with a girl, but I never really thought of it as "bad" or "gay" or even unusual.Although I understand some differences to be deal-breakers (vastly oppositional religious beliefs or political leanings come to mind), I can't understand why the difference between gay or straight and bisexal is such a no-go for so many.From a practical standpoint, it's unrealistic: bisexual people will have to date a gay or straight person at some point, because there simply aren't that many bisexuals out there (although several recent studies indicate there are more bisexuals around the world than we've previously assumed).
I had been nervous about dating a bi person and was initially filled with jealous insecurity every time I thought about the fact that he was noticing women too.