I have heard of straight men repressing their homosexual feelings until they are middle-aged, so I suppose it's possible for a gay man to discover that he's bisexual. I'm a year-old gay man who has been in a serious relationship for five years. During the last year, my significant other, "Grady," has grown very close with a female co-worker of mine he met at my office party. I'll call her Tina. They have become inseparable, and when they aren't hanging out, he's constantly texting and calling her. At first I didn't have a problem with it, but lately I'm getting some strange vibes.
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I'm gay and into leather, so how did I fall for a woman after nights of intimacy? My friend is in her late 50s and is a wonderful woman, early widowed. Strange to say, I believe that she may be the love of my life. I would consider myself a Kinsey-six gay male, exclusively attracted to men.
What should I do? I'm a gay man, but I'm married to a woman and we've had kids together. I suppose I only really admitted to myself that I was gay when it was already too late. Obviously we've built a life together, and I don't want to leave her but I want to be gay too. Is this possible or am I being selfish to even consider it?
The craziest and most absurd issue that will arise, is that some of them will hate to discover that their heart will in fact fall in love with a woman. For some of those men, when their heart chooses for them who it will love, they in fact will never have had any sexual relations with a woman before up to that point in life. The gay boy whose heart chooses the girl over another boy, will more likely spend the rest of his life in misery. She would prefer that a heterosexual male be the love of her life and not a gay boy.