Ive been interested in woman ever since I was young. But I am married to a man. Am i bisexual or am I a lesbian?

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Jodi - posted on 10/31/2012

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Well, his inability to remain faithful to you is a separate issue. That is something you have to work out within your marriage whether you are okay with that.

Dove - posted on 10/31/2012

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Are you glad to be married to your husband? Are the two of you committed to each other?



If so... I don't see the point in giving yourself a 'label'.

Rachel - posted on 11/01/2012

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If you are already dealing with infidelity it would not be wise to add another person into the mix. Some people can manage "extras," but this usually leads to much drama, followed by divorce/separation. Frankly, if he has been unfaithful (whether this is cheating physically or emotionally) you should probably give a long look at the big picture.

Rachel - posted on 10/31/2012

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I have dated men and women. I am happily married to my husband. It is not so much a sexual thing with the attraction to both sexes - I just love people for who they are, not what they have in their pants. My husband is aware of this and it does not bother him. My personal opinion - this is not wrong. In our marriage it is clear that cheating is cheating, regardless of gender. Some people think if you have homosexual tendencies that you want EVERY penis/vag out there - not the case. It's the same as being heterosexual. Just because you like the genitalia of the person you are with does not mean you want them all. @_@ I did not "advertise" that I did not care what people's sex was because this resulted in many females (lipstick lesbians usually) being offended I didn't want to get with them. I would treat it the same as your attraction to the opposite sex - don't try to draw a different line for that attraction.

People deem being attracted to both sexes bisexual, or if it is just a phase, bicurious. A lesbian is someone who is attracted strictly to other women, not men. Hope this helps!

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Whitney - posted on 11/01/2012

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Well i wouldnt have anything if i left him now, so im trying to get on my feet first Its hard to just leave when you have no family no car and no job considering ive been a stay at home mom for the past 3 years of my childs life :)

Whitney - posted on 10/31/2012

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my husband doesnt approve of my interests and I would include another woman in our sexual life but he has been unfaithful numerous times and i could never trust him to do that with me so im at a dillemma.

Jodi - posted on 10/31/2012

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Just being married to a man doesn't make you bisexual. I think the question is whether you are attracted to him. If you are attracted to him, then yes, I'd say you are bisexual. But I don't think it really matters what you are, as long as you are happy in yourself and your marriage.

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