I came out to my wife of 20 years 3 years ago at the age of 50. Then, in the ensuing 2 weeks, I proceeded to tell everyone else in my life, personally and professionally. Not sure why I felt the need for such a catharsis, other than that I'd kept it bottled up for so long. I agree with other's comments that we're all a bit bisexual, and when I married my wife I was thoroughly in love and lust with her. Over the years, however, my attraction to men became irresistably strong, to the point where I had to make the decision to be a man and tell the truth about it. Curiously, the person I thought would have the hardest time understanding was my daughter, but she took it great and is now 22 years old and living with me. We've become even closer since I came out to her. My ex-wife is still my friend and I take care of her financially, so even though I 'broke a promise' to her, I'm doing my best to do the right thing by her. Sooooo, for those of you thinking there's a time in life when it's too late to come out, I'd have to disagree. It's all about being true to oneself and others and harmony in your life can't happen if you're living a lie.