The article was published on a website that documents research and discussions on bisexuality, and the article is a list of tips for telling one’s parents that they’re bi.
Personal beliefs and experiences
Some of the personal beliefs and experiences that are discussed in the article include the following:
Persons with disabilities would likely need assistance when using a UTE.
Persons who are bi and in the closet may not want to be out to their parents.
How to tell your mom you identify as bisexual,
This means that first, come out to yourself. Stand in front of a mirror and look at yourself in the eye and say “I am bisexual”. This will be an immensely tough thing to do but it is necessary for you self-acceptance. Here are my tips on how to come out to parents if you are lesbian or bi:
If they are open minded, awesome people just go ahead and tell them! You may feel like they won’t accept who you really are but often times this isn’t true – I’ve seen many occasions where parents were shockingly supportive of their child’s sexual orientation. Assess whether your parents will be supportive before coming out so that this moment doesn’t turn into a heartbreaking one because there is nothing worse than feeling rejected by someone who has always been a parent figure for you.
The most important thing is to come to the realization of your sexuality on your own and then to find the courage to share that with others. Telling your family may be the scariest thing in the world. It’s a big decision, but it’s worth it.