I’ve known I am bi for 3 years now(more or less) but I have a friend that has just came out as a lesbian, and that made me have courage to start telling people. yesterday I was drunk, and when I’m drunk i feel the need to tell people, so yesterday I told many people. Now I’m afraid because the those people might tell anyone, and I don’t want everybody to know yet. I’m not ashamed to be who I am, but I have many friends that maybe don’t want to be around me anymore.
Don't be ashamed of who you are. If they are truly your friends they will stick by you no matter what! :) Be confident,
"Be who you are because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind" -Dr. Seuss
I agree whole-heartedly with @Risingarpeggio . If they change their mind about you so easily because of your sexuality then I'm 100% sure that they are not worth your time. If they were your true friends before, and you've always been bisexual, then clearly they shouldn't have a problem with you now. Sexuality is a tough topic for everyone, and you deserve all the support that you could possibly get. Plus, many people now-a-days are very accepting and supportive of the LGBT+ community. If you want to come out to more people, make sure that you're comfortable, and that you don't feel pressured. Good luck!!!! Hope everything goes well. <3
If your friends don't want to be around you just because of your sexual orientation, then just let them leave, as those 'friends' are not worth your time. Real friends will stay by your side, and will support you. I hope everything goes well, good luck, and good on you for coming out!