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"But maybe because the potential 'pool of applicants' is over twice as big for us Bi folk, we get stuck with twice as much of this irrational fear? But here's what I do know: most Biphobia (and jealousy for that matter) is projected insecurity.
I think that because he appears more feminine than most men and is more often hit on by men than women, I worry that he would feel more comfortable or "normal" with a man.He struggles a lot with feeling abnormal and un-masculine.I try to be as supportive as possible and tell him how attracted to him I am and how he'll get through whatever this is.Stop worrying about the next six or seven decades of your life—stop worrying about forever—and enjoy this time and this boy and this relationship for however long it lasts.Finally, ANGST, on the off chance your boyfriend hasn't spoken to a doctor about his symptoms—because he's an uninsured/underinsured/unlucky American or because he's been too embarrassed to bring up the size of his balls and quality of ejaculations with his parents and/or doctor—I shared your letter with Dr."As someone who's bi herself, I'm sure ANGST know this all too well." So if you've been on the receiving end of biphobia—as almost all bisexual people have—why are you doing it to your bisexual boyfriend?"This hypothetical so-and-so-is-going-to-leave-me-for-someone-hotter scenario could happen to anyone of any orientation," said Aguiar.You and your boyfriend are both in the process of figuring out who you are and what you want.It's possible he'll realize you're not the person he wants to be with, ANGST, but it's also possible you'll realize he's not the person you want to be with.I don't know if I'm projecting my own issues onto him or if I'm just being bigoted towards bi men, but either way, I feel truly awful about it.But when I think about the fact that he's bi and is attracted to men, I become jealous and fearful that he will leave me for a man or that he would rather be with a man.