Do whatever feels like is the right path with you, I know mine has been pretty different. First of all, I've tried to never get hung up on labels, notwithstanding the full use of labels below!
I was 100% hetero through college. Ended up connecting just after graduation with my best buddy from college, who happened to row varsity crew. Instant fireworks, the sex was awesome. I'm a pretty impulsive guy, and more or less instantly decided I must be 100% gay, especially given how great it was to combine my best friend with earth moving sex. My buddy and I essentially lived together on and off for more than a year. We then "broke up" for a number of reasons (he was insatiable for ever bigger cock, and I guess I wasn't big enough at 8"), I dated guys and girls for a while, then met another guy, fell in love again, and went out with him for 18 months or so. Again, didn't work out after a while (he was getting into pretty kinky stuff, which just wasn't me). And I began to wonder if I was really as gay as I thought. A while later I met my wife to be, firerworks, but more importantly our friendship grew into something that was truly amazing and unique. I told her all about my sexuality, she understood and was cool with it, and we got married a year later. She gets me completely, and I can be me with her. Both my former bf's came to our wedding. We've now had 25 years of a great marriage, two kids, along a path that most folks would find strange. My happiness and "choices" have nothing to do with delusion or peer pressure, nor any label. But treat your partner with mutual respect whatever the path.