It feels awkward now

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Hey guys! So first of all, I’d just like to make it clear that I’m bisexual. I like men and women. No one but my family knows that and they’re fully accepting of it. No one outside of my family YET. I say yet because I feel as though every time I crush on the same gender (a girl) it becomes a bit awkward for us to talk, or at least it feels awkward to me especially if I’m close with that person. Now, I’m struggling with the same situation. I have a crush on a classmate of mine and I don’t think she shares the same interest in girls as me and I totally understand that, but it still feels awkward to avoid these strange feelings when I’m around her. The more I spend time with her, the more it will be obvious that I’m trying to hide something. I can’t just tell everyone I’m Bi yet, YET, because I’m not ready and I only found out I was bi about a few months ago, so I’m still trying to process. Please give me some suggestion on what I should do especially on my crush problem. I really appreciate that you’ve read this far. Thanks!

Category: Tags: asked September 26, 2015

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You don't have to come out to everyone at once. You also don't have to come out, period. But if your crush is really straining your friendship, I suggest coming out to one or two close friends of yours, and swear them to secrecy (if you so choose). That way, you can build a support network for issues concerning your sexuality. Then I would suggest that you come clean to your crush.
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If your family accepts it, awesome. If other people don't,screw them. You do you ok? Cause that's the only thing that will make you fully happy, being 100% yourself. And if you like a girl you shouldn't feel awkward. How do you know if she isn't a lesbian or bi too? She might be right? Why not ask her what she feels about different sexualities? And even if she's rude about it, you know she's not a person you want to be with. I hope I could help :)