Having a family would be a much bigger deal if I was with a woman.
Although I’ve never wanted kids and never ever had any maternal instincts in my whole life, there was always the slight chance I would change my mind.
He was the one-night stand that turned into something more.
He just happened to be male, and I’m okay with that. Although gay marriage is legal and most people in this upcoming generation are pretty cool with whatever your sexual orientation is, there are still a lot of places where gay couples are discriminated against.
It’s kind of like being in a serious, long-term relationship after only a few days.
All of the girls I’ve been with start planning ahead within weeks.
Frankly, being bisexual and being a woman isn’t easy, so back when I was in my mid-20s, I gave up on dating women entirely and just decided to admire them from afar.
Our society doesn’t raise women to communicate their feelings and speak their mind very well (me included).
Having a child when your partner for life is male is usually much easier than if that person is female.
And the thought of sperm donation is kind of weird and a little gross in my opinion. I never went out hunting for my husband or life partner or anything, we just ended up tumbling into bed together one night.
I knew I was bisexual by the time I was 10 years old.
I’m about halfway out of the closet; my friends know, my husband knows, but I’ve never told anyone in my family.