Is it wrong to be bi-sexual and married at the same time?

Evansville, Indiana
August 7, 2013 4:27pm CST
I've always known I was more interested in women than men, but every now and then, a man may spark my interest... So I'd always labeled myself as "bi-sexual". But due to pressure from family and such, and the desire to have kids, I got married. I thought it would go away. But it hasn't, and I absolutely can't stand my husband, but I don't know if its HIM, or because I'm denying my own inner desires???
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@xfahctor (14131)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
8 Aug 13
First, if you can't stand your husband, then you should try to figure out why that is. If it is a problem with him, it would still exist regardless of your orientation. I suspect it comes more from a resentment towards the pressure to comply with what your family felt was "normal" though. Does your husband know about your orientation? Is he ok with it? If so, then that is "normal" for your marriage. To me, marriage is a spiritual commitment between consenting adults who love each other. How that make up is defined is entirely up to the involved adults.
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