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What would you do if you found out that your husband is Gay or Bi-sexual?

I am Mrs Lawretta Ayodeji; a minister of God with a Law degree. A lover of Jesus Christ. I love life and live it to the full God's way


What will you do when you eventually find out that the man you are married to for Only God knows how long, is gay or better still he swings both ways. He is what could be termed as Bisexual. Loving intercourse with both men and women. He finds pleasure in having intercourse with women and also, he loves male organs penetrating his behind. Hey! No judgments here! I am only emphasizing or trying to paint a perfect picture in your minds what Bisexual men do, and whether or not a spouse can afford to overlook their sexual excesses.

I couldn’t tell you for a fact if being married to a Bisexual man would last a life time or would survive the test of time because I am yet to find such couples who have lasted a life time together although one major celebrity comes to mind: ‘Phillip Schofield and wife Stephanie Lowe; but whether or not they would stay together forever is entirely up to God.

So back to the question:’ What would you do if you found out that your husband is Gay or Bi-sexual?’ would you divorce him or would you stick in and just endure is escaped with other blokes or would you guys talk about it and probably try to draw a line or set boundaries. Quoting from Lady Gaga’s song “Telephone”: Once you kill a cow you gat to make some burger.” Please leave a comment below. You may just be saving a marriage. God bless you.



dashingscorpio from Chicago on December 30, 2020:

Interesting topic as a man I don't think it would bother me if my wife were bi-sexual if we maintained a monogamous relationship.

The scenario: It's the "still he swings both ways" part that implies (he's cheating on his wife) and cheating is still cheating whether it's with a woman or man. Monogamy trumps sexuality.

Most people list cheating as being a 'deal breaker" period.

If being cheated on is a "deal breaker" for you then get out.

On the other hand some people are fine with "open marriage".

Personally speaking I'd rather not be married if I'm going to be sharing someone with others. What makes marriage and being in exclusive relationships "special" is being able to use the word (MY) during introductions:

"This is MY wife/husband or girlfriend/boyfriend."

If there is {no exclusivity} to what we have why bother defining the relationship with a label or getting a marriage license?

We can be "friends with benefits", "booty calls" or "F-buddies" without acting as if we have a commitment.

Being (single) means being free to be with whomever you want.

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