And that was how I started my conversation with two friends over on New Years Eve as we stood out on the back porch while they smoked. Lesbians understand. I confessed to the two that I was bi and that my wife knew. They were not shocked. But I felt better having told them. Then, the partner of another gay friend was out back to smoke (I don't smoke but as a good host I like to hang out with the smokers outside), and I told him. He had been married for almost 20 years before he came out to his wife and subsequently divorced. I told him that I don't see that in my future; I'm good with the bi thing and with being married.
There was nothing earth shattering but it felt good, even if a bunch of gay people is an easy audience to confess to, it felt good to be honest about it.