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But I questioned whether I had the right to celebrate openly with anything more than a few rainbow-colored Instagram posts.
Walking home from work after #Love Wins day, I almost stopped into a lesbian bar to exchange a few celebratory words, but I chickened out and quelled my emotions by buying dresses at a vintage shop instead. Lisa Diamond, Ph D, a professor of developmental psychology at the University of Utah and author of Sexual Fluidity: Understanding Women's Love and Desire, assured me that it's common for married bisexual women to feel the way I do.
A few weeks later, when I teared up watching Abby Wambach run to kiss her wife after winning the Women's World Cup, he wrapped an arm around me and kissed my forehead.
He gets it — and given what has happened this past year, I have faith that one day, the whole world will too.
I told my parents that even though I plan to live happily ever after with Artie, my bisexuality will always be a part of me.
(For the record, they are now very supportive and told me if anyone has a problem with it, "screw them.") I told Artie that I'm so proud of being his wife, but I'm also proud of all the steps in my life that led me to him.
They worried that I was flaky or confused, or I'd run off with the first hot guy who showed me attention. She was all about buying a house in the 'burbs while I was always more of a city girl. We listened to live music, drank too many martinis, and dreamed about moving to Brooklyn and writing screenplays.She wasn't the only girl I'd been involved with — I've batted for both teams (on the DL) since high school — but this relationship was the most serious.There were amazing times, like my 21st birthday, when we literally danced until dawn at an iconic club, or how she inspired me to run (starting with just a few blocks and building up to a 5-mile jog). A few weeks after we met, I came out to my parents and faced their initial shock and disappointment; we didn't speak for a while.I'm just someone who has been attracted to both men and women — and no, not at the same time. He had pieced it together from my stories (and non-gender-specific pronouns) and was waiting for me to bring it up when I was ready.He was respectful and unthreatened, and from then on, it was pretty much a nonissue.