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Shortly before I married my husband, I finally left Christianity behind, for many reasons. I was finally able to think about who I really am and what I really believe without some old white guy telling me the 'right' answers and condemning me for any deviance. Part of this was learning that I'm not straight.
It was the first time I felt like I was masquerading as straight." "Every single day there is at least one, and usually more than one, instance where my corporeal reality is negated by friends, acquaintances, colleagues, strangers.
For him, it was just another thing to know about his mom, to file with things like my being a writer, growing up in Connecticut, etc.
But for me, it was an amazing experience of feeling like he was finally seeing a more complete picture of who I am. Even living in San Francisco, the assumption people make about me is that I'm straight." "I am a bi woman currently dating a bi man.
Lesbians often do not think that I am gay enough or that I am pretending, or see my current relationship as me hiding my true self to blend in. I think, based on our conversations together, that he gets remarks like these more often than I do.
Our sexuality as a couple, too, has been made into a fetish by straight folks thinking that our relationship is a gateway to their forays with threesomes." "I reference ex-girlfriends in conversation when relevant, which is one way to address [invisibility] I guess.
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'" "I think the weirdest thing for me isn't the judgment of other people (since I just pass for straight), but the idea of what could have been.