I'm in a relationship with a man, who is also bisexual, and he decided on his own that his sexuality doesn't mean anything because he's in a relationship with me, and not anyone else. But, now that he's said that I feel so guilty because I'm still trying to figure out and come to accepting myself as being bisexual, but I'm scared that if I say something about it to him, he'll think I like someone else, which I don't. How can I get past these guilty feelings?
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replied May 3rd, 2012
You don't need to feel guilty about your sexuality! It's no different from straight people, they are attracted to many people even if they're in a monogamous relationship. It doesn't mean you're unfaithful, and it doesn't mean you're going to act on it. If he doesn't believe you when you say you don't like someone else, it's his problem, not yours.
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