Silver Shy-Bi Girl
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About LBSmitty

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    Getting Flirty
  • Birthday 05/21/1982

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  • Music
    Lana Del Rey, Halsey, Dave Matthews,
  • Location
    Olympia, WA
  • Interests
    I'm married to a man with 2 young kids. I am also a pre-K teacher.
  • Favourite Book
    too many to list
  • Favourite Film
    too many to list!

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  1. You hit the nail on the head. I def. am feeling stifled lately and it is a miserable feeling. I talked to my husband a few days ago and it seems that he wants to support me but he just doesn't see why it is even a thought in my head if I am married to him. I'm trying to explain that it is so much more than just a sexual attraction to women. It is part of who I am!
  2. Evan Rachel Wood! I drool over her. She is bi too! : ) I don't have a male celebrity crush. I'm finding this a trend.....are we bisexual women more attracted to women than men? I would say I am 90 percent attracted to women and only 10 percent for men.
  3. Thank you for the replies! I am so happy I found a place to talk to other women about this. Are you out to more people than just your husbands? The more I think about it, the more it angers me that anyone would ever ask someone to hide who they are from the world.
  4. I live in Olympia! : )
  5. Hi everyone! I'm new here and I am so glad I found this website! I'm married to a man and we have two children. I recently came out to my husband, my parents, and two close friends. My husband is okay with me saying i'm bisexual, but he is NOT okay with me doing anything about it. I really want to get more involved with the LGBTQ community and finally be my authentic self. Holding it in for too many years has been miserable. I know he would never let me have a gf and i'm not sure if I would want one or not. I am a very monogamous person. Sometimes I wonder if i am really bisexual or if I am fully gay. I do love my husband but I really want to explore this side of myself. People don't seem to understand that just saying that you are bisexual when no one else can hear you is basically the same thing as remaining in the closet. I'm not sure why he is so insecure about me going to pride events, being open about my sexual orientation, and hopefully making friends. He knows that it isn't in my nature to cheat so I would hope he wouldn't be worried about that. Any other married women with husbands who are kind of freaked out by the bisexual thing?