About a year ago, my partner and I had a threesome with a male friend of ours. I had fun. We've had many more threesomes with him since, we've attended orgies, I've had sex with six men at this point, and i enjoyed it. I tried to tell myself that I wasn't attracted to any of them, and that I just enjoyed the physical sensations they gave me. I was lying to myself. I'm not attracted to most men, but there are some that I do find incredibly attractive, and one of them is the initial threesome friend we had, who my partner and I now consider our mutual boyfriend.
I've seen a lot of bisexuals separate their attraction by percentages. My partner considers herself a 50/50 equal opportunity bisexual. I'm about 85/15 in favor of women. But there is a definite attraction to men there, even if it is a slight one.
I guess that does make me bisexual. I'm not going to lie to myself about my sexuality any more. I did that before when I was younger, and I've been doing it ever since. I even started believing it myself. I refuse to lie to myself any longer.
I'm bisexual and I'm damn proud of it.
Of course, I'll still be in the closet about it in everyday life. Coming out with this all of a sudden would raise some eyebrows with friends and family, and they don't need to know that my partner and I have a boyfriend, or three girlfriends.
But the important thing is that I'm honest with myself, my partner and our boyfriend about it. We're the ones who really need to know.