Dear Dr Eve, help! Im a straight woman in a relationship with a man who recently revealed that he is bisexual. I am very attracted to him, and I know he feels the same way about me. We have a really good sex life. I am scared he is going to leave me for a man. Or that he will cheat.
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This article was written before recent changes to UK law, and is retained on the site for historic purposes. The information in this article is not up to date. Some people want to get married, and don't see why the law should stop them. Others want to celebrate their relationship without the 'baggage' they see in the cultural traditions of weddings. Some people reject both of those.
She’s straight, he’s bisexual. How they make a mixed-orientation marriage work
Students facilitating sex and relationship lessons with young people. There are many definitions floating around, some very narrow, some very broad, but that is the definition I prefer to go with. However, some people who experience attraction regardless of gender or sex still describe themselves as bisexual. It's up to you to find a label or identity you're comfortable with. If you feel constrained by them, don't use them!
This is the fifth and final story of a five-part series on how alternative relationships are reshaping love in Canada. What she found changed their marriage forever. Don had been unfaithful. Until that moment, Jill had assumed her husband and best friend of nearly 30 years was as straight as she was. Today, the Florida-based couple looks back on that discovery as a pivotal point in their union.