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He had every right to hate me, as did all of his friends and all of his family, who welcomed me for a two-week stay one summer when we were together.
Over the course of the breakup, I started a blog called (referring to myself), where I would write about gay life from the perspective of "that guy you probably still hate." Although I'm no longer writing the blog for him, the relationship did, perhaps, help me become a little less beastly.
That hurt had nothing to do with his sexual orientation and nothing to do with his place in the LGBT acronym. It’s the worst I’ve ever hurt someone, and that realization made me take a hard look at my choices and my actions.
Although it’s not intended to hurt anyone — many of us do it in an effort to protect ourselves from the homophobia of our friends and family — our temporary claims of bisexuality damage credibility and the dating field for those whose bisexuality is not temporary. My ex watched lesbian porn one night and it made me really uncomfortable.When I met my ex-boyfriend, he had dated both women and men. When she's not writing her heart out, she loves wandering her city with a large cup of coffee in hand, in search of the next great story.A few years after we broke up, he now exclusively dates men. My ex and I had many differences that made us incompatable, but our different orientations were hardly the reason why we split.In actuality, our orientations slightly overlapped, like Venn diagrams – our relationship existed in the purple area between his bisexual red and my gay blue. I could attempt to rationalize my cheating and say that I did it because I thought that, as a bisexual, he would rebound fast with a girl or hit his (larger) playing field with a vengeance. I cheated because I was horny, and I lied about it because I didn’t want him to know, and by telling him the truth — months after the fact, and long overdue — I hurt him deeply.
" But unfortunately for my ex as well as for all the other bisexual men and women out there, the straight and gay people who use a bisexual identity as a "halfway house" contribute to the widespread negative notion that anyone who identifies as bi is actually a flimsy, half-hearted gay man or lesbian.