i am a bisexual...?

i am a bisexual but my parents don't know i am afraid how they'll act help me please !!!!

20 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    You really don't have to tell them. It also depends on your age & living arrangement.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Generally, sex is not what you should be interested in anyway.

    There is a limit to the good points, and guess what, it is that

    area that receptive behavior is what is required. Thooooo,

    when you can provide adult life for yourself. For the healthiest

    life, you need totally put sexual action on hold. Kissing other

    girls in the bathroom, or publicly does not make you bisexual.

    You need be careful about early unstudied relationships. Over

    100% soooo figure that, bad relationships are because the

    woman did not plan, and secure her feminine position and

    make sure she would be treated farely. Types of people is an

    entire study as old as planets, watch out for non compatible

    women, who are hot because they like the action. Sneaking,

    kabitzing, squawking, travelling, abusing all adds up to selfish.

    You won't stand a chance later in the zeroed out relationship.

    Adult love includes submissive behavior to stronger

    women is possible, and enjoyable. You need to choose

    personal friends carefully.

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  • 1 decade ago

    You cant be ashamed of what you are, and neither your parents, they have to understand that you have made a decision and that, that is your sexual orientation. well, I dont deny that probably they will feel uncomfortable at first but perhaps they'll get used to it.

    However you should see what are they like referring to that topic, I mean if they are tolerant, or liberal enough for accepting this, if they aren't you better wait until you feel more confident.

    Good luck!!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    How old are u !st,and for parents more likely your mom already knows alot they can feel it.I know most guys that I have take to that was bi or gay that the way it was.And for me the same thing my mom knew something and she ask me if i was bi but she could tell if i was hiding something.She cry-ed and I felt bad for about 6 months but time pasted and noting more was said to me but she love me with all her heart but not what I was doing.

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  • 1 decade ago

    You don't need to tell anyone you're bi. Just go with your feelings and see what happens. If something serious breaks out of that with another girl, then you might have to break it to them, but for now, just enjoy life and stop worring about what your parents will think.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Don't have sex with them and they will never know..Why do you feel it important to tell them...Straight people do not discuss what the do with their partners with their parents and I am sure we all do things that are parents would not agree with....I think lol

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  • Brian
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Look, you don't want to know what your parents do in their bedroom any more than they want to know what YOU do.

    Don't tell them, they'll be glad you didn't. I think most parents freak out when their kids "come out " to them because they honestly didn't want to imagine their baby girl or boy having ANY kind of sex.

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  • dude
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    why tell them? chances are you will find a mate who is male or female, who can deal with your other side. there is no need to put your parents through something you do not yet understand

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  • 1 decade ago

    well they may be shocked at first

    but once you tell them u will probably

    be releived. im sure after the wave of

    shock has come, they will be supportive.

    they are your parents, after all. they are

    the ones who brought you into this world.

    good luck with everything.

    i hope it works out well! :]

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  • 1 decade ago

    if you think its the right thing 2 do do it and if your still living with ur parents and your 18+ thats your buisness you are a adult.

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