Are you a bisexual person who has successfully disclosed your orientation to a partner? I wonder if the person who sent this question to us was assuming that the partner of the bisexual person would feel hurt because they weren't finding out only that their partner was bisexual but that their partner wanted non-monogamy. I was taught that being gay was not only a sin, but a familial shame. You need to be sensitive to your spouse's feelings, but also respect your own need to be true to yourself. June is Pride Month. Like you said earlier, those things don't go hand-in-hand.
For general resources to learn more about bisexuality, check out Midwest Bi Activist ; they have a great social media presence, with multiple platforms to connect on.
I came out as bisexual to my husband, and it changed our relationship for the better
Not Helpful 0 Helpful 0. I struggled to be the person I thought I was supposed to be. I want to come out to my wife about my being bisexual, but she has such a negative outlook about the LGBTQ community. But what about important conversations about things that are rather, well, unexpected? Consider how you will take care of yourself and see to your own emotional needs if your spouse is initially upset. It's better to feel the pain of the truth coming to light than to never know the love that's possible with full honesty.