Homophobic attacks will only add to the uncertainty felt by some LGBT people. I came out last year, just before my 34th birthday, as a bisexual woman. I understand. As a year-old who had been previously engaged to a cis man and as someone who could have never imagined being publicly happy with a woman or nonbinary person — I empathise.
Coming out is a very personal thing, and should only ever be done by the person, if they want to. It's no wonder then, that many bisexual people aren't out. So to answer anyone's moronic question of why bisexuals don't "just come out", people took to Reddit to explain why. Also I don't want to be stigmatised as a 'creepy bi person'. Sharing your true self is hard, even with people you love. And that's even before you touch the taboos of society.
If only coming out were that simple: something done easily and only once, and once done, complete. On the contrary, coming out is a complex process. We come out to ourselves.
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