Having been a child who had the balls to come out as a homosexual in Australia in the 1960s, not a safe thing for a man to do let alone a child, and America may well of been a safer place to be out back then, and I have never forgotten what they did to me to make me to try to make me change, or just be silent; something some here have also tried to do and failed too. But... being born a Bonafide Homosexual, I refuse to do either as I had no other choice, and I was taught not to lie.
But I also now see as a man, how bisexuality confuses many to think that being a homosexual is a choice, when you have so many straight men and women getting married having family's, then one day declaring no I'm not straight anymore I'm now gay, and some just flip flop.
Not being born a bisexuals I do not totally understand the confusion that comes with it for so many, and the lies and denial that come with it. But I do see the damage it has done to us Bonafide homosexuals in people thinking our sexuality is nothing more than a bad choice, when we like straight people have never had a choice on which way to swing.
But I now get to look back at my childhood/life with pride at the fact I not only survived it, but refused to step down no matter what they did to me, and that I have grown up to live out my life as a Bonafide Homosexual, in a long lasting loving homosexual relationship, with a man it will be death do us part, and we have never had to get married to have this either.