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By Griffin Wynne Feb. No matter how long you've been out, it's not always easy to know how to talk to your partner about being bisexual. And whether you're seeing someone of your own gender, a different gender, or no gender at all let alone same or differing sexualitiesdiscussing your identity with your boo and establishing how they can help you feel validated and supported in it, is no small task. With the pressures of biphobia harmful stereotypes or judgments passed about bisexual people being more likely to cheat, less likely to seek monogamy, or just want to "experiment" in their sexuality as well as bi erasure denial of the existence of bisexualitybisexual out as bi on an individual level Howlong be a tumultuous process that's not necessarily easier within the loving bonds Howlog a romantic relationship. If your date wrongly assumes that you're straight, coming out to them as bi can mean baseline coming out as queer, which can mean Howong invalidating comments.

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Howlong people never act on their bisexuality at all, but that doesn't make them any less bisexual. And remembering that your identity is legitimate — bisexual of how your partner identifies — is a hard but super important practice. My girlfriend is a lesbian and, though her close friends were all very welcoming, many of those in her wider LGBTQ circle made it clear they were skeptical of me because I was bi.

No matter how in love you are or how long you've been dating, how your partner sees you doesn't need to change how you see yourself. Some are Bisexul, and some are shy. It was a rocky transition. Bisexual women are often Biseexual of as either greedy or going through a phase — or, even worse, "faking it" to impress a guy. Some people, regardless of gender and orientation, just straight up say no to you if you're a bisexual.

We run into these misconceptions all the time.

Why do so many bisexuals end up in “straight” relationships?

And that's OK, Hiwlong. Whoever we're dating, whoever we're having sex with or not having sex with, we're still bi. Yet, according to Holzman, coming out at bi to a new partner can mean continuously defending your sexuality, even if your new boo identifies as queer as well.

Now, there were obviously some issues with them feeling threatened or emasculated, but this is really common. And whether you're seeing someone of your own gender, a different gender, or no gender at Howoong let alone same or differing sexualitiesdiscussing your identity with your boo and establishing how they can help you feel validated and supported in it, is no small task.

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Here are seven things you should know. It gets even rockier when you consider the fact that we still experience queer-phobia.

When men shout "dyke" at my girlfriend and I or try to have a threesome with us, it's really upsetting. One study found that 92 percent of people who identified as bisexual still identified as bisexual a decade later. I probably was more man-leaning for a while, but then it shifted. Now, not all of those are bad things — but good or bad, they all have literally nothing to do with being bisexual.

It's I know bi people who didn't have any experiences with women until their 30s, but that doesn't make them any less valid.

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So let me say this for the people in the back: we're still bi. Even if others try to put you in a box for their own comfort, you get to decide what words and identities feel right for you and what kind of support you need from the people you date. The study also found that these stereotypes are not learned by seeing bisexual behavior, but rather come through assumptions about bisexuality. I'm greedy if you put a pizza in front of me, but that's not because I'm bisexual — it's because I love bread.

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It can be really stressful finding out where you belong. By Griffin Wynne Feb. When it comes to coming out, you get to decide the who, what, when, and where. They also were presented with ln of two characters on a date and asked to give an evaluation. With the pressures of ij harmful stereotypes or judgments passed about bisexual people being more likely to cheat, less likely to seek monogamy, or just want to "experiment" in their sexuality as well as bi erasure denial Howllong the existence of bisexualitycoming out as bi on an individual level can be a tumultuous process that's not necessarily easier within the loving bonds of a romantic relationship.

In other words, they're just prejudices with no basis in reality. That is not a phase. And the ?

How to talk to your partner about being bisexual, according to experts

Studies have shown that bisexuals have higher rates of anxietyBksexual, and even suicidal tendencies than straight or gay people. If for whatever reason your boo isn't validating your identity, it's OK to address that and advocate for your needs.

When you're bi and your partner is a straight, cis person, it can be hard to feel validated in your identity, especially if people around you are focused on some biphobic misconceptions. As a bisexual woman, this all sounds all too familiar to me.

Seriously, if you say you're bisexual people want the receipts. Your bi identity Howlont valid and real no matter who you're sleeping with, dating, crushing on, or even married to.

No matter how long you've been out, it's not always easy to know how to talk to your partner about being bisexual. But bisexuality is an orientation, it's not a phase.

How to talk to your partner about being bisexual, according to experts

Some people think it's just a matter of time before we retreat back into our heterosexual privilege — or that we're just experimenting. If your date wrongly assumes that you're straight, coming out to them as bi can mean baseline coming out as queer, which can mean facing invalidating comments. But I feel as though this invalidation typically comes from outsiders," Holtzman says.