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To be honest, I couldn't blame them, because that's how society labels bisexual women. About two months in, I felt comfortable enough to have the bi convo.But I'm not trying to "double my odds." I'm not wishy-washy or on the fence. Over an iced coffee date, he told me he already knew.It made me wonder: Do I still deserve to consider gay and bi people my peers when my current life screams "straight girl"? "Bi people fear that marrying heterosexually is somehow an erasure of their identity.Straight people assume that your gay relationships were a phase.Gays may accuse you of 'taking the easy way out.'" The fact is, I've experienced both highs (being exposed to a proud, rich culture) and lows (feeling judged and degraded) as a member of the LGBTQ community.My membership doesn't go away just because I married a man.
Our life together is everything I could ever have asked for, and I can’t imagine ever having any regrets, or growing old with anyone else.I'm just someone who has been attracted to both men and women — and no, not at the same time. He had pieced it together from my stories (and non-gender-specific pronouns) and was waiting for me to bring it up when I was ready.He was respectful and unthreatened, and from then on, it was pretty much a nonissue.Scope out my Facebook page and you'll see that my husband, Artie, and I recently celebrated our first wedding anniversary.We took a road trip, fed each other cupcakes, and drank Champagne straight from the bottle.