A friend of myn is afraid that if she comes out to her boyfriend as bisexual he will never speak to her again she tell Him? ?
- TjLv 71 month ago
He will find out one day, and he w8ill be pissed that she never told him. He just may leave her. She needs to tell him. Let him decide if he can deal with it.
- SaraLv 72 months ago
Yes. Why would anyone want to salvage a relationship with someone who's that judgmental about an innate trait?
- Anonymous2 months ago
start by putting a mixed fruit basket on the kitchen table, and a small vase of flowers.
ask him what he likes, he can pick his own , and you can pick what you like.
aren't you free to eat what you like, or do you both have to eat exactly the same thing ( and like it) every meal.
then, print this out and read it on the couch, smoke some dope, and ask him what he things.
talk about it, gentle like.
when 1-in-6 of the entire world population is LBTG in the united states that is 57-million people who are being denied human rights which are spiritually-equal with the other people in the country.
what does psychology and sociology, the sciences, say?
pushing a sex-stereotype onto everyone lacks insight into what it is to be "human". this is due to need for sex/gender membership more then any higher spiritual motivation.
modern "psychology of sex and gender" identifies over 147-different self-identities. human being form their own identity, including consciousness of life. we are aware of this since s. freud recognized the existence of the subconscious and the oedipal complex about 100-years ago. psychology has progressed quite a lot in 100-years.
"sociology" recognizes gender identity, gender roles, and gender-membership, sexual-roles, sex-identity, and sexual-membership;
but psychology explains there are 147-different self-identities in sex and gender.
 there are seven "gender-identities": heterosexual, bi-sexual, homosexual, transsexual, inter-sexed, omni-sexual, and a-sexual.
there are three types of self-identity based on sex-genitalia: male, female, and inter-sexed. these are known as " sexual-identity".
when we think "sexual-orientation", it is often based on attraction to a gender identity, so these are used to identify seven types of sexual-orientation: heterosexual, homosexual, bi-sexual, transsexual, inter-sexed, omni-sexual, and a-sexual.
on a punnet-square we can organize these into 147-types of sex-&-gender, as well as observe in our own society these 147-different types of identity.
7-types of gender X 7-types of sexual-orientation X 3 types of sexual identity = 147 types of self-identity.
- AlexanderLv 72 months ago
That's a chance she'll have to take. He may surprise her.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
There is no need to tell any1 about your
personal feelings &/o life which I've actually
learned myself through trial & error my sad
- SkyLv 72 months ago
Absolutely, YES. Why should she want to be involved with someone who would treat her like that for something as simple, harmless, and insignificant as being bisexual? She should most definitely tell him she's bi. If he's accepting and loving then wonderful. If he acts like a baby and rejects her for it, she should walk away and never look back, and be glad she saved herself from wasting a lot of time on a bigoted loser with a doomed relationship. There are plenty of guys who are perfectly accepting of others being bi, including girlfriends they're involved with, so if her current BF fails at this simple matter of loving acceptance, she can easily find another guy who won't fail.
- choko_canyonLv 72 months ago
So how exactly are you involved, and why would she want to be with a boyfriend who is so shallow that he would break up with her for being who she is?
Also, what is your native language? Not English, right?
- reme_1Lv 72 months ago
He might freak out. Depends in how mature he is.
- pattyLv 62 months ago
there is no need to come out to the boyfriend. IF she were to find someone she wants to marry then maybe tell him.