Bisexual Husband ? - What Would You Do?

Bisexual Husband ? - What Would You Do?

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Maggie May

Germany

#1 Nov 27, 2012
My husband and I (recent empty nesters) relocated to a smaller home near a park that is known for discrete, homosexual encounters. It wasn't long before my husband began taking long walks "around the neighborhood." It finally dawned on me that our neighborhood isn't all that large, and based on how long he was gone, he should be passing our house at least once during his long walks. Anyhow, being a little suspicious, I decided to follow him one night and saw him cut through a neighbor's backyard, into the park. Next thing I knew, he jogged to an SUV that had just flashed its lights, jumped in and his head disappeared for about 15 minutes. I have not yet confronted him, as I'm still in a state of shock and just don't know how to approach him with this. How would you handle it if it happened to you?
Nimble Neighbor

Marysville, OH

#2 Nov 27, 2012
Don't worry, sweetie, I'll give you plenty of what you need while while your homo-humming, husband is out playing in the park.
Christine Z

Grand Island, NY

#3 Nov 27, 2012
My bi-husband brings black guys home for us to share.
Johnny Creagan

Buffalo, NY

#4 Nov 27, 2012
Maggie May wrote:
My husband and I (recent empty nesters) relocated to a smaller home near a park that is known for discrete, homosexual encounters. It wasn't long before my husband began taking long walks "around the neighborhood." It finally dawned on me that our neighborhood isn't all that large, and based on how long he was gone, he should be passing our house at least once during his long walks. Anyhow, being a little suspicious, I decided to follow him one night and saw him cut through a neighbor's backyard, into the park. Next thing I knew, he jogged to an SUV that had just flashed its lights, jumped in and his head disappeared for about 15 minutes. I have not yet confronted him, as I'm still in a state of shock and just don't know how to approach him with this. How would you handle it if it happened to you?
i would pop some heavy duty lead into his nut sack.
FFS-

North Tonawanda, NY

#5 Nov 27, 2012
Toni loves dudes
TONI

Buffalo, NY

#6 Nov 27, 2012
Yes, I do
Andrea

Buffalo, NY

#7 Nov 27, 2012
It's not that big of a deal most guys have had homosexual experieces. I've dated two guys who also were bisexual and those were the best lovers I had because they were more fun and more experieced. If you love him, encourage him
Ken Barnes

Czech Republic

#9 Nov 28, 2012
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
There is no such thing as a "bisexual".. Someone who commits a homosexual act is a homosexual. Your choice is either to leave or stay with him exclusively as a platonic companion, or eventually he will get HIV and give it to you.
I'm not a "homosexual," I just like to suck. Kojak always had a lollipop in his mouth, was he a "homosexual" too?
Charlie Myers

Kansas City, MO

#13 Nov 29, 2012
Maggie May wrote:
My husband and I (recent empty nesters) relocated to a smaller home near a park that is known for discrete, homosexual encounters. It wasn't long before my husband began taking long walks "around the neighborhood." It finally dawned on me that our neighborhood isn't all that large, and based on how long he was gone, he should be passing our house at least once during his long walks. Anyhow, being a little suspicious, I decided to follow him one night and saw him cut through a neighbor's backyard, into the park. Next thing I knew, he jogged to an SUV that had just flashed its lights, jumped in and his head disappeared for about 15 minutes. I have not yet confronted him, as I'm still in a state of shock and just don't know how to approach him with this. How would you handle it if it happened to you?
Which park, Ellicott Creek or C(H)omo?

I'd like to discuss this with your husband.
dognes

Pittsburgh, PA

#14 Nov 30, 2012
youtube.com/watch... …Enjoy your Husband for what he is
Maggie May

Germany

#16 Nov 30, 2012
I suppose the time I noticed him rubbing himself in the mens' underwear aisle at Kohl's should have raised a red flag. SIGH!
Bernard Continelli

Albany, NY

#17 Nov 30, 2012
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
There is no such thing as a "bisexual".. Someone who commits a homosexual act is a homosexual. Your choice is either to leave or stay with him exclusively as a platonic companion, or eventually he will get HIV and give it to you.
No, the Kinsey Scale doesn't exist at all. It's just a figment of the imaginations of the kind of persons who would put a "Question Authority" or "Think for Yourself" bumpersticker on their cars ... y'know, folks totally UNLIKE yourself.

The main points here are FIDELITY and HONESTY, not imitating contemporary Russia on topics like marijuana, homosexuality, and rock groups like "Pussy Riot". Believe it or not folks who think like that do NOT go to heaven any faster than the 'secular heathens' who do not!
Heschel Rosenbaum

Buffalo, NY

#18 Dec 1, 2012
Maggie May wrote:
My husband and I (recent empty nesters) relocated to a smaller home near a park that is known for discrete, homosexual encounters. It wasn't long before my husband began taking long walks "around the neighborhood." It finally dawned on me that our neighborhood isn't all that large, and based on how long he was gone, he should be passing our house at least once during his long walks. Anyhow, being a little suspicious, I decided to follow him one night and saw him cut through a neighbor's backyard, into the park. Next thing I knew, he jogged to an SUV that had just flashed its lights, jumped in and his head disappeared for about 15 minutes. I have not yet confronted him, as I'm still in a state of shock and just don't know how to approach him with this. How would you handle it if it happened to you?
Is that queer circumsized? If not, I could give him a super circumsizion. Catch my drift?1849
Tom

Santa Monica, CA

#19 Dec 4, 2012
Sad that he is dishonest that's a real problem. Of course bisexuality does exist (ignore the bigots). We have guys in our marriage and I did in both my marriages. I was and am honest and don't have a double life or double standard. So its very different. Do you love him? If so it might be worth forgiving him and adapting but it does sound like he might be full on gay...

e mail me if I can help: tommynadeau@gmail.com

good luck!
Larry Mondello

Buffalo, NY

#20 Dec 4, 2012
Cindybird I would simply tell Wally aka Tbird to STOP letting other men penetrate his turd cutter or else you really are gonna have that wall removed in your bedroom so the EMT's can carry you out of it on a stretcher and leave him. Half a knice knight!
Gone

Lancaster, NY

#21 Dec 10, 2012
Maggie May wrote:
My husband and I (recent empty nesters) relocated to a smaller home near a park that is known for discrete, homosexual encounters. It wasn't long before my husband began taking long walks "around the neighborhood." It finally dawned on me that our neighborhood isn't all that large, and based on how long he was gone, he should be passing our house at least once during his long walks. Anyhow, being a little suspicious, I decided to follow him one night and saw him cut through a neighbor's backyard, into the park. Next thing I knew, he jogged to an SUV that had just flashed its lights, jumped in and his head disappeared for about 15 minutes. I have not yet confronted him, as I'm still in a state of shock and just don't know how to approach him with this. How would you handle it if it happened to you?
This is more common than you think. I am one of those but I keep those urges repressed. Most of us don't want to admit where Homosexuals.My wife knows about me.
I know

Lancaster, NY

#22 Dec 10, 2012
Andrea wrote:
It's not that big of a deal most guys have had homosexual experieces. I've dated two guys who also were bisexual and those were the best lovers I had because they were more fun and more experieced. If you love him, encourage him
I agree alot of men have homosexual experiences during marriage and before marriage. I consider myself a non-practicing married homosexual. If anything where to happen to my wife I told her I would pursue a homosexual friendship./relationship.
jeanie

United States

#23 Nov 6, 2013
My husband is bi and it excites me...I am thinking about joining him some day...I think it would be hot to have a threesome...
peggy

Oceanside, CA

#24 Nov 17, 2013
Regardless of who he cheated with, he still cheated!
Don Paul

Buffalo, NY

#25 Nov 17, 2013
Maggie May wrote:
My husband and I (recent empty nesters) relocated to a smaller home near a park that is known for discrete, homosexual encounters. It wasn't long before my husband began taking long walks "around the neighborhood." It finally dawned on me that our neighborhood isn't all that large, and based on how long he was gone, he should be passing our house at least once during his long walks. Anyhow, being a little suspicious, I decided to follow him one night and saw him cut through a neighbor's backyard, into the park. Next thing I knew, he jogged to an SUV that had just flashed its lights, jumped in and his head disappeared for about 15 minutes. I have not yet confronted him, as I'm still in a state of shock and just don't know how to approach him with this. How would you handle it if it happened to you?
Tell your husband about me. Tell him they call me ''no neck'' but I have a neck where it really counts.

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