April - posted on 03/16/2010 ( 11 moms have responded )
I thought about it for awhile and was scared to for the most part, didn't know what kind of reaction I'd get and my family is uber-Conservative right-wing wacko "Christians". I was talking to my kids and finally just told them "I am bisexual" and explained what it means (my kids are 12, 10, and 9). They were all accepting and understanding although my oldest son might have been indoctrinated a little by my family, we are working on erasing that. My daughter said she is bisexual too, she is 10, and I've always thought she might be either bi or a lesbian, just a mother's intuition I guess. To see if she was just emulating me or if she was sure, I asked a couple of questions like "So you would marry a boy or a girl?" She said "Yeah it doesn't matter the gender of the person I am with" So I think she gets it and knows what she is talking about. The next night her younger brother asked her about it, she got mad and was being very sensitive thinking he was making fun of her for being bisexual but he assured her he just wanted to know if she would marry a girl. I hope to ensure she is proud of it and not embarrassed or upset at all by her orientation.
It is so hard to find bi women, I am engaged but my fiance understands my desires and needs and is totally okay with me fulfilling them, in fact he doesn't request that he is there either. Most guys jump at the chance if they think they're getting a threesome. I'm so glad my guy is accepting and open. Now if only I could find a hot woman to fly to the moon with, I'd be super happy. There is something goddess-like about a woman, her soft touch, sensual body, just everything about her and enjoying her body is amazing. Hopefully I won't have to wait too much longer, it's been 3 years. I'm ready.
All in all, I'm happy and feel a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I've needed to do this for a long time. Now I have. I am so, so, so happy.