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I Came Out As A Lesbian While I Was Married To A Man.

A photo of Nadia taken for The Pussy Project, a pro-Hillary art project by photographer Helena Price during the 2016 election.

If you were married to a man, and then over time realized you may be attracted to women, how would you navigate this? Obviously, there is no easy answer. There are many feelings, people, sometimes children, and a household to consider and in one instant- everything could change.

And for my friend Nadia, it did. Her life was turned upside down as she did the previously unthinkable, and opened up to her (ex) husband after realizing that she was attracted to women. Her bravery, self-realization, and honesty is awe inspiring and inspirational to say the least. Her story is emotional, but one I’m incredibly excited and proud to share. In an effort to help others who may be going through something similar, I interviewed Nadia about her experience. This is what she had to say…

Tell me about your history with your ex-husband, just like the hard facts. How long were you married? How long did you know him? What was your marriage like? Etc.

Our marriage was comfortable, and full of warmth and care. We started dating in college, at the start of our sophomore year, and we were together for almost 12 years. 

What I remember most now is how much I loved his company. He was creative and thoughtful and curious about everything. We could sit and talk for hours. We were married for six years, and even the hard years at the end of the marriage had a comfort and ease to them.           

At what point during your marriage did you realize something wasn’t right? 

I realized something wasn’t right in early 2014, over nine years into our relationship, when he told me a series of secrets he’d been hiding that undermined everything I knew and experienced of our marriage. 

Those secrets, and the pain of them, pushed me to look at how I’d changed from the person I was when we first started dating.

They made me re-examine everything.

I tend to be a very controlled person, and without necessarily realizing it, I started to let my mind go where it wanted to go.      

I remember, early that spring, I was meeting with a woman I was just getting to know. She sat down and folded her arms behind her head, so casually confident, and for the first time in my life, I lost all control. My heart was beating so hard I was sure she could hear it, and I blushed a deep red. I have no idea what I said in that conversation, and I couldn’t get my heart to stop racing for an hour after. I was so taken aback; I had no idea what to make of it.

That happened again with another woman shortly after — a lesbian singer I met at a conference. She smiled and winked at me, just an offhand glance, and my heart was beating so fast that my hands were shaking. Those were the early signs that made me start to question. 

Nadia at Jayne’s Beard event, a queer women’s supper club in NYC.

How did you differentiate between him just not being the right guy for you vs. realizing you were attracted to a different gender? 

My attraction to women felt like something totally separate from my marriage. I think the problems in the marriage made me open to my feelings for women, but it felt like discovering something that had always been true and seeing it for the first time. Like the moment you see a Magic Eye and the picture is suddenly clear.   

There were other times in our marriage when I did wonder if he was the right guy for me, but those times felt different. I’d usually be thinking, “Oh, if only I was with [insert anyone], then we wouldn’t be having this problem and everything would be better.” That kind of magical thinking was about a comparison, about wishing for something I was missing in the marriage and idealizing people who looked perfect because I didn’t yet know their flaws. 

I didn’t make a comparison between him and women, or imagine that being with them would resolve something I lacked in the marriage. I just desired them, separately and overwhelmingly. 

Was there a woman in particular that you found yourself drawn to or did you just have feelings towards women in general?

A combination of both. There was a specific woman I had very strong feelings for during the time I was questioning, and there were also a lot of other, briefer attractions toward women that I felt during that time. It feels so cheesy to call it an awakening, but that whole time felt like finally waking up to myself.  

When was the first time you can remember thinking about a woman as more than friends? Like had the thought ever entered your mind during your teenage years or was this completely out of left field?

I was twelve the first time I remember falling for a girl. I had this all-consuming crush on her for the entirety of seventh grade, and I did anything I could to spend more time with her. Some of the excuses I found still make me laugh — she told me once that she liked these chocolate protein bars my dad would eat after workouts, and I’d bring them to her whenever I could, just for a reason to talk to her. Later, I realized they’re basically what Cady Heron feeds Regina George when she wants to make her fat!

All through college, while my friends had crushes on cute guys in their classes, I had crushes on girls in my classes. I kept them to myself because they felt secret or important somehow, and I called them “girl crushes” because that was the language I’d heard. I knew that they made me nervous, and I would go to class just to see them, but somehow I never considered that those feelings could mean something more.

In today’s world, I probably would have come out a lot earlier. But when I was growing up, very few people were out. The visible gay women were mostly butch, so that was my image of a gay woman. I’m very feminine, and femme lesbians were so invisible that it didn’t even occur to me that it was possible for me to be gay. I thought that if I wasn’t butch, then I must not be gay. It’s hard to imagine a life or identity you’ve never seen modeled for you, so I found other explanations for what I felt. 

How did you come to terms with deciding what to do about your marriage? How long did this process take?

It took me about a year and a half to tell my husband and another six months to leave. It was terrifying to consider the possibility of starting over. I had never been a single adult, and I had no idea what coming out or being gay would mean for my life. I hate that kind of uncertainty.

Before I came out to my husband, I needed the chance to process what I felt on my own. It’s a huge bombshell to drop on a marriage, so I wanted to share it carefully, and that early exploration also felt very private. I talked to a couple of trusted friends and a therapist, but there were always some things I didn’t feel comfortable sharing. I found books and movies about gay women really helpful during that time because they gave me the private freedom to start to picture a life for myself. They were a safe space for me to imagine myself in that story.   

Eventually, it felt too big and too important to keep to myself. I felt like I was choking on this truth that I couldn’t hide anymore. I decided to tell him as soon as I felt like there was no other option.   

Nadia at Elliot Bay Bookstore in Seattle, WA

Ultimately, how did you find the courage to make this change for yourself? What was the tipping point?

I didn’t feel courageous in the moment. I felt confused, overwhelmed, and scared. It seemed crazy to start over in my 30s, with no idea where to begin, just as my friends were all starting to have kids. But the feeling that I wanted to be with women grew until I couldn’t ignore it. I realized it gradually, and then all at once, and then I couldn’t un-know it. It’s hard to keep that bottled up.  

For awhile, we thought we could still make the marriage work, and I vividly remember the moment we realized we couldn’t. We were sitting on the grass in a small hillside park near our apartment, and he started asking me about desire. I’d been thinking a lot about it, trying to understand that side of myself, and I was coming to realize that I desire women in a way that I have never desired men — in fantasy or reality. When I was finally honest with myself and with him about that, we knew we had to end it. I watched the realization wash over his face, and it was heartbreaking and freeing at the same time.       

When the time was right, what did you tell your husband? How did you tell him and what was his reaction?

I told my ex-husband I was attracted to women at a Santa Monica shopping mall wearing this awful salmon-colored, long-sleeve running shirt. It wasn’t exactly the moment I’d imagined, but it felt like there was an opening to tell him, so I took it. It was such a stressful thing to say; I remember I was shaking. 

I told him I was having feelings for women and trying to understand what it meant. I said I was still making sense of it all, and I wanted to talk to him about it. I asked him if we could figure out what it meant for our marriage together.  

His first instinct was to tell me he supported me, which is a huge credit to his character. He approached the whole thing with curiosity, asking about what I felt, how I came to the realization, and what it meant to me. As we talked about it more, he seemed almost relieved, like something finally clicked that hadn’t quite made sense.  

What was it like taking on a new identity in your community? Were people shocked? How did you handle all of this? 

It was surprisingly easy to tell people, and everyone was so supportive. They took it in stride and moved on like that was the new normal. I thought it would be a bigger deal, but I think it was a much bigger deal to me than it was to them. 

It was much harder to feel like a queer identity actually belonged to me. I felt like I didn’t have a right to call myself a lesbian when I’d been with men for most of my life, and I felt like my marriage was something I needed to hide. I worried that I’d be looked at like a straight girl having a late experimental phase. It’s taken me several years to start embracing my own identity and journey, and to realize that no one is judging me. 

Are you still dealing with people finding out?

I am still constantly dealing with people just finding out. I had no idea that coming out would be a never-ending process, or that it’s possible to run into so many people you haven’t seen in awhile. At first, I would blush as I told my story, which was really embarrassing, but it got less awkward with time. I started to feel more comfortable talking about being gay as I felt like it became a more ordinary part of my life. 

Nadia and her girlfriend, Nikki on vacation in Mexico

A handful of women have written me thinking that they might be attracted to women, but they’re not sure. They aren’t sure if they’re just unhappy with their husbands, or if they’re into women. Most haven’t had any experience with women, but they feel some attraction towards them. They want to “figure it out” but also don’t want to cheat on their husbands. What advice would you give these women?

The uncertainty is really hard. I’d never been with a woman before I left my husband, and my attraction to them felt like this totally untested hypothesis. After almost two years of questioning what I felt and why, I was pretty certain that I was right, but I still didn’t know for sure.

It felt like a lot to give up for a hunch. 

We briefly tried an open marriage, but I never acted on it. I was scared of my inexperience, and I didn’t feel comfortable approaching women while I was still married. I found it much more helpful to have conversations with gay women about what they felt and to read others’ coming out stories. 

Rewriting your own identity and coming to understand it in a new light is a deeply personal process. Give yourself the permission and freedom to do whatever feels right for you, and ignore what anyone says you “should” do. They have no idea. This moment is about you figuring out and trying to understand a fundamental truth about who you are. Only you know what you need to do that. 

I’ll be honest: I didn’t feel sure until the first time I was actually with a woman, after the marriage ended. It was a big risk to leave without that certainty, but my gut was telling me, forcefully, that it was the right thing to do. Listen to your gut. How strong is that voice? What is it saying? Your mind will walk you in all kinds of circles, and your gut will tell you the truth.  

If you do choose to leave, it’s heartbreaking to lose a marriage and thrilling to discover yourself anew, and going through both at the same time is messy and complicated. The year I left my husband and started dating my now-partner was a mix of the most profound loss and the most ecstatic joy I have ever experienced in my life. It was disorienting and all-consuming, and I may not have been the best co-worker/friend/daughter/sister during that time. That is okay. Just do what you can, and be gentle with yourself.

I know kids weren’t involved in your situation, but are you able to offer any advice to women where kids are part of the picture?

I can’t speak to how difficult this must be as a mother, but speaking as a daughter, I’d want my mom to be happy and to be able to live as herself. 

What resources do you wish you had while going through your journey, if any?

Early 30s is an awkward stage of life to come out, and New York can be a very big, very intimidating city. I didn’t know how to start making gay friends, and I felt so out of place in the gay community. There were all these terms I didn’t know, stereotypes I’d never heard, and shared experiences I’d never had. For about a year, hanging out in queer spaces made me feel like an alien lost in an alternate universe. An orientation day (pun intended) would have been very helpful. 

Nadia and her girlfriend, Nikki at a friend’s wedding.

Was there someone or something in particular that helped you process all of this?

There were two people — one before I came out, and one after I came out. 

The first was a co-worker. She’d been out since college, and we were working together a lot around the time I was questioning. She was so open to answering all my vague, probably transparent questions. I’m very shy and private when I’m processing something vulnerable, like a turtle that will go back in its shell if you make any sudden moves, and she never pushed me beyond my comfort zone. She let me quietly question without making a big deal of it. I am eternally grateful to her for her gentleness and honesty, and without her friendship, I’m not sure that I would have found the courage to take such an enormous risk. 

The second was my first (and current) girlfriend. I discovered so much of myself with her, and she treated me with enormous care. She knew exactly when to push me and when to be gentle, and she was endlessly patient with me. She brought me into her world and taught me how it worked, and she helped me start building a community. It’s incredibly vulnerable to come out, and she showed me such extraordinary care. She comments sometimes on how easily I’ve come to embrace my identity as a gay woman, and so much of that is because of her. She made me feel safe to find and be myself.         

Does marriage mean anything different to you now? Do you think you will ever get married again?    

I still see marriage as a partnership that lasts for as long as it’s right. My ex-husband will always be one of my great loves, and the fact that we grew into people who needed different things from life feels okay to me. We were two young kids when we met, and we helped each other grow up. I think being a great partner or spouse doesn’t always mean making it last forever, especially in very young couples. It takes a hell of a partner to help their spouse grow into the person they really are, even if that means losing them.  

I do want to get married again; I like the partnership and stability of marriage. I want someone who still loves me when I’m old and cranky, who can look back fondly on a time when I was young and only sometimes cranky. There’s an intimacy and comfort that comes from knowing another person so well, and I like that more than I like the thrill of the early rush. 

Now that you are on the “other side” so to speak, is there anything you wish you would have done differently during your journey?

I’m sure I could have done a million things differently, and I definitely wish that I’d figured all of this out much earlier. But I did what I was ready for, when I was ready for it. That’ll have to do.  


An enormous thank you to Nadia to sharing her journey. If you would like to contact Nadia, you can find her on Instagram @NadiaRawls or on Twitter at NadiaRawls. And as always, thanks for reading!


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82 Comments

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    Anonymous
    October 11, 2019 at 11:40 pm

    This blog post speaks to everything I am going through right now. Thank you Nadia for sharing. I happened upon your blog and I couldn’t be more grateful. Thank you.

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      R
      April 7, 2020 at 8:37 pm

      You are not alone. I realized I was gay over 20 years ago and have followed a pathway leading to children and the white picket fence. I believe I have followed the correct path, up until now…when I can no longer hold back being a lesbian married to a man. My husband knows…as I told him 14 years ago…and I believe he has always feared my connection to women. It is terrifying, sad, and massive at the same time. I am unsure where to go from here or where God will lead me next, but I trust Him and His direction.

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        S
        May 8, 2020 at 5:56 am

        I feel this. I told my husband last year that I’m bi-sexual. And since telling him it hasn’t sit right… I think that’s because I’m not bi. I think I might be gay.

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          Anonymous
          May 22, 2020 at 11:20 am

          I am in the same situation. I went into the marriage letting my husband know I was bisexual but feeling confident he was the only one for me. Now after 10 years of marriage, 2 children, a house and a wonderful life I think I am gay but I’m not going to leave. I love him, my kids and my life. I just don’t know how to move forward.

          • Anonymous
            May 24, 2020 at 8:39 am

            I’m in the exact same place my partner has always known I’m bi, as I’ve been sure of that from a very young age. But weve been together for 5 years, married 1, have a child together and his son from a previous relationship. But I’m pretty sure I’m gay and it’s getting hard to deny it to myself but I love him hes my best friend and I love the life we have, so I cant help but feel like my realisation doesnt mean more to me than my families happiness, I’m content but I know deep down something will always be a little off xxx

          • Anonymous
            September 10, 2020 at 8:47 am

            To Anonymous, If you had these feelings in the first place, then you should’ve never married him to begin with.

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      Anonymous
      November 4, 2020 at 8:15 pm

      You are all monsters. The men you married were looking for a spouse and partner for life. By not discovering who you were sooner, you have potentially ruined another human beings chances to have the marriage/family and partner they were seeking.

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        J
        November 7, 2020 at 5:49 am

        Sorry, have you always been sure of your sexuality?

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      Stargal
      November 9, 2020 at 2:32 am

      Gosh this is a bit of relief to know that women actually go throught this. I am so goin through this right now in my life and have been totally anxious of my whole situation. Is anyone here to talk about it or offer suggestions?

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        Josephine
        November 15, 2020 at 1:56 pm

        Hi,

        Welcome! I went through this a few of years ago, and I know it is a very stressful time. What you are experiencing is okay and, more importantly, you are going to be okay. Here is my advice:

        1. Be very kind to yourself during this time. You are evolving, and that takes time and energy. This is an important time for self care. Make sure you are eating healthy things, drinking enough water, getting enough sleep, and getting exercise. The exercise is important. You need a steady flow of endorphins to ease you through a challenging emotional time. Yoga, walking, gentle exercise, etc. are important for your body as your mind and emotions catch up.

        2. A therapist is a great idea—but not just any therapist. I live in a major metropolitan area (Chicago) where there are arguably more resources available, but even then it was hard to find someone. Plenty of therapists work with teenagers who are struggling with identity. It’s not so easy to find someone who understands what it is like to struggle with identity in one’s 30s, 40s, etc. So, I decided it would be best to narrow down my therapist search to someone who could tell me what kind of issues I would face down the road. Specifically, I looked for a therapist who was also a lesbian. She was able to help me through some challenges and get me ready for some things that a straight therapist just wouldn’t have been able to understand.

        3. Seek support. Your therapist may be able to help point you toward support groups. Take advantage of them. Go and listen. When you feel comfortable, ask questions.

        4. Find your pack/Build community. Check out Meet Up for local groups. There are gay and lesbians groups who hike, play board games, bowl, etc. it’s Covid isolation now, but some groups still get together to hike or picnic or zoom. Once Covid has passed, seek in-person groups.

        5. Know that most people are neutral or positive about what you are going through. After struggling with identity, it’s tempting to think that there is something wrong with you. In the past, you may have felt like you haven’t always been able to fit in—but there isn’t anything wrong with you. There are a lot of people just like you—but many are afraid to talk about it. As you meet people, you will learn that you are far from alone in your feelings.

        6. Take it slow as you start to date. As you feel more comfortable with your identity, you will likely want to start dating. I recommend on-line dating to start. The HER app is specifically geared toward women looking to meet other women. Create a profile, start talking with people, move slowly, and get to know other people. Go into it with the idea that you might meet a new friend. If you end up with more then a friend, then all the better.

        7. Know there is a place for you. You can be gay, straight, bisexual, pan sexual, monogamous, polyamorous, trans, or any other identity moniker—and there is still a place for you and a group of others to support you. To give you an idea of myself, I have been married to a man for twenty-five years, have two children, work a full-time professional job, etc. When I felt like I couldn’t ignore my feelings any more, I talked to my husband. It wasn’t easy, but it wasn’t as difficult as I feared. We decided to stay married. I was very honest about my status when I created a dating profile for myself. Eventually I met a wonderful woman, and we began dating. I identify as bisexual, with strong leanings toward gay. My husband is solidly straight. My girlfriend is gay. We decided that the best thing for all of us would be for me to live with my husband and children five days a week and live with my girlfriend two days a week. We’ve lived like this for two years, and it’s working very well. When people care about one another and talk things out, it’s possible to come up with all sorts of solutions. And here is the thing: there are many people like me. Many, many, many people. We support one another. It’s a bit of a challenge to shake off conventional roles, but that is what a therapist, support groups, friends, etc are for.

        8. Spend Covid watching movies, reading books, and reading articles about this topic. (Warning: I’ve found many movies about lesbians tend to end negatively. Don’t let that deter you. Many, many, many relationships work out positively.) Some things you might like: Feel Good (Netflix), Gentleman Jack (HBO), biographies about Gertrude Stein, the novel _The Pages of Adeena_ (this is a coming of age novel written by one of my friends and it is a feel-good time-traveling romance about young women in a loving relationship), Aimee and Jaguar (film), Portrait of a Woman on Fire (film), etc.

        Life is so interesting. When you let go of worry, so much opens up. You’ll find your pack. I’m happy for you. 🙂

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        Pasha Marlowe
        November 15, 2020 at 10:10 pm

        I run a private online fb support group called Bite Out of Life for bisexual women in heterosexual marriages. Join us!

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    Anonymous
    November 21, 2019 at 1:28 pm

    I cannot thank you enough for sharing this story. I relate to so much of it so deeply. Reading about someone else feeling the things I have felt is pretty amazing. This is really inspiring.

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    L
    May 14, 2020 at 5:25 pm

    I did this. I was married for 14 years. I had 2 children ages 8 and 5. My ex husband didn’t make it easy and wasn’t happy with my decision.

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      E
      June 14, 2020 at 12:35 am

      I hear you. I’m married and questioning, my husband does not make anything easy or smooth. You are not alone.

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    Deana Matarasso
    May 22, 2020 at 5:37 pm

    I am currently going through this exact thing and know of no one that understands. I couldn’t believe how emotional I got went l while reading this. Thank you for writing this.

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      Lindsay
      June 23, 2020 at 3:17 pm

      Same here. I couldn’t stop the flow of tears. I just came out as Bi. My husband is so understanding too which makes me cry more. I’m afraid that I’m gay. We’ve been married 14 years and have 3 kids. He said we are best friends and if I ever get to a point where/ if I do come to that realization he would never hold it over my head and hope that we could still be friends. He’d never hate me. He said this has been me the whole time and my happiness matters to him. He says it would be hard but my happiness is most important. We have a wonderful marriage which makes it all so hard.

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        Ashley
        October 27, 2020 at 12:59 pm

        Omg! Word for word, Lynsey, let’s connect. What are you going to do, I don’t know my self 🙁

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          Jade
          October 30, 2020 at 4:48 am

          I am in a similar situation. I feel that now that i know its difficult to forget. My child is still 1y8m so i guess if we had to split its better now rather than later but he s so kind and i think he doesn’t deserve this as i know how much he loves me but then again doesn’t he deserve better too?

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          J
          October 30, 2020 at 5:34 am

          I am in the same situation. Does anyone have feedback?

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    Anonymous
    May 30, 2020 at 6:39 am

    The beginning felt like something taken out of my own life. I met my husband when I was 15, We’ve been together for 12 years, married for 8, and I have a 6 year old daughter. I’ve questioned my sexuality around 11/12 yrs old, and have been questioning for years. Ive had 2 mental breakdowns from all the suppressing I’ve been doing. I have discussed this with my husband before, my family pushes me away from the idea, and I feel more and more lost every day. I feel so alone, I am Mexican which is 10x harder in my opinion because my family doesn’t understand what is happening to me. I am at a point where I am just trying to survive every day, trying to make the best of this situation for my daughter and husband because frankly I don’t have the guts to start over by myself.

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    Gayle
    June 4, 2020 at 11:08 pm

    Thank you for sharing your story. I met my husband sophomore year and he’s the smartest, most fun, and caring person I’ve ever met. We’ve been together for 13 years, married for four years. I’ve known I’m attracted to women since I was 8. I feel like I’m in a tough spot where my husband is so caring and understanding. I don’t want to leave him, but also want to be with women. I don’t think I’ll make it in an open relationship, but I don’t want to chose one or the other for monogamy. Your post resonated with me a lot. Thank you for sharing.

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    Bess
    June 7, 2020 at 11:11 am

    I’m 39 and have known I was attracted to women since I was a young teenager. I didn’t know a single gay person until later in life and was raised to believe I would go straight to hell if I ever acted on these feelings. So I moved along and married a wonderful man. We’ve had wonderful careers and the “ideal” life with two amazing children. I began seeing a woman over a year ago and it made me feel alive for the first time in my life. I’ve just struggled living a lie and couldn’t bring myself to tell him until this past week. He adores me and has been the best friend and partner anyone could want. It breaks my heart to hurt him. I’m also afraid to give up someone so amazing knowing I might not ever find anyone else. It’s good to know I’m not alone after reading everyone else’s comments. I wish there was a support group for people like us.

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    E
    June 14, 2020 at 12:49 am

    Thank you for writing this piece, it definitely seems familiar. I’m 42, married to a man with two amazing young adolescent kiddos. I’m so unhappy, depressed, angry, and full of resentment for my husband as we do not “click” or gel anymore, for a myriad of reasons. It’s hard for us to have a coherent conversation, let alone be intimate in any way (or even laugh or enjoy a shared experience). Long story short, we were married for 5-yrs, divorced for a couple years, and got back together 8-yrs ago. I’ve always wondered if I could be attracted to women, having purposefully avoided situations earlier in life that may have allowed me to experiment. Now I may have a “girl crush,” but I don’t know. Has anyone had similar happenings? I appreciate any insight or suggestions. TIA🦋

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      Anonymous
      June 19, 2020 at 1:44 pm

      I am in the same boat…I’m 47…I met my husband when I was 22, got pregnant and married at 25…I have 4 beautiful children and I live for them…I’ve been unhappily married for a couple of years but never realized how unhappy I was until I met this woman who I was drawn to after knowing her for 4 years…we just recently got together after so many shouldn’t, couldn’t, and wouldn’ts and just bit the bullet… I’ve never been happier, but the turmoil of betraying my husband and children is killing me…I’ve moved out of the bedroom since the beginning of the year…and I can’t bring myself to talk to him…l have no intention of telling my husband or my children that I’m gay…ever…it’s just not as widely accepted in the country and culture I live in…

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        Confused but so attracted to a women
        August 2, 2020 at 2:49 pm

        I am in the same boat! 51 yrs old, married for 20+ years with 4 beautiful children. I’ve always wanted to have a family with several children. My husband is a wonderful man and an amazing father. It’s not that I am not attracted to him or don’t love him I just don’t have fun with him. I also have met an amazingly fun and beautiful women. She is simply the most gorgeous person in my eyes and I am so attracted to her. I find myself thinking of her ALL the time and fantasize sexual of her often. Yes, we’ve had sexual relations and it was Exhilarating! She is very funny, spontaneous and just has a vigor for life that makes me feel alive. She has a boyfriend and they are open to a three some. Yes we did. I did it because I wanted to be with her! First time with a girl and it was so amazing. We definitely have a connection and I want more. I’ve told my husband that I’d like to bring a women into our bedroom. I told him I am attract to women but honestly I find myself only attracted to this one. My BFF knows and a few girlfriends. I really want to Only be with her and want to tell my husband. It’s just so hard hurting him and the kids. I am not even sure if it’s just a Bi thing or gay. I don’t care what it is I want to be with her all the time. We live in different states🙁 I would like to know her intentions but she isn’t a talker. I am working to figure this all out.

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        Confused but so attracted to a women
        August 2, 2020 at 3:00 pm

        I am in the same boat! 51 yrs old, married for 20+ years with 4 beautiful children. I’ve always wanted to have a family with several children. My husband is a wonderful man and an amazing father. It’s not that I am not attracted to him or don’t love him I just don’t have fun with him. I also have met an amazingly fun and beautiful women. She is simply the most gorgeous person in my eyes and I am so attracted to her. I find myself thinking of her ALL the time and fantasize sexual of her often. Yes, we’ve had sexual relations and it was Exhilarating! She is very funny, spontaneous and just has a vigor for life that makes me feel alive. She has a boyfriend and they are open to a three some. Yes we did. I did it because I wanted to be with her! First time with a girl and it was so amazing. We definitely have a connection and I want more. I’ve told my husband that I’d like to bring a women into our bedroom. I told him I am attract to women but honestly I find myself only attracted to this one. My BFF knows and a few girlfriends. I really want to Only be with her and want to tell my husband. It’s just so hard hurting him and the kids. I am not even sure if it’s just a Bi thing or gay. I don’t care what it is I want to be with her all the time. We live in different states🙁 I would like to know her intentions but she isn’t a talker. I am working to figure this all out. I don’t want to hurt the ones I love.

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        Em
        August 25, 2020 at 7:16 pm

        I’m 42. In the exact same place as you. This all has been so encouraging. I wish there was a support group too. Is that something we could start?

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          Pasha Marlowe
          November 15, 2020 at 10:08 pm

          I have a private and sophisticated online support group for bisexual women in heterosexual marriages called Bite Out of Life. You are welcome to join us!

          • April
            November 18, 2020 at 5:04 pm

            I tried to find it, but it’s not coming up in a search… is it hidden? I’m in the same boat… I just told my husband that I’m gay last Saturday.

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    E
    June 30, 2020 at 2:05 pm

    Thank you for writing this article. I struggle with this everyday. I am 43, married with kids, and my husband is aware that I am attracted to women. I just take each day as it comes. It helps to know that others are facing the same situation. I look forward to having a connection with a woman at some point in my life!

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      October 2, 2020 at 4:44 pm

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    Anonymous
    July 19, 2020 at 8:11 pm

    I’m in shock. I’m going through this right now. I have been searching for this exact story. My husband is a good man. I’ve known for longer I was attracted to women but I was never open about it. I was put in a situation to learn myself better and realized I am only attracted sexually to women. I have felt scared, like a liar, ashamed to have been married so long and now to have to hurt my husband. We do have two young kids and I am a stay at home mom so taking these steps to this new life is terrifying. I’m working up the courage to open up to him.

    I feel exactly as you have felt about how you know for sure for sure but part of you worries because you haven’t been with a woman. I was with a girl one time as a teen and her mother heard us and shamed us and it left it’s mark on me.

    Anyways. Thank you. Representation is so important. I don’t have any friends who have any idea what I’m going through. The 3 friends I’ve confided in are all strait so they don’t understand the attraction.

    It’s difficult feeling so confused and alone.

    I posted in an anon queer forum two months ago just to have someone in the community to talk to. I was also talking to a therapist but covid made that less frequent.

    I could go on. I’m just grateful for this story.

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      Anonymous
      August 10, 2020 at 9:50 pm

      I’ve been searching tirelessly for stories that reflect my current situation, and your story is by far the closest I’ve found. Wow. I’m 40, married to a good man I met during college. We have two amazing young children. I realized I was attracted to women about 7 years ago. It’s become emotionally all-consuming the past couple of years, and I feel I’ve reached a point where I just can’t keep this in any longer. Our marriage has been unhealthy for a long time, and this awakening of myself has only made it that more challenging. I’m still gathering the strength to tell him, and I constantly question what I should do and what’s best for my family, especially my children. Thank you so much for sharing your journey. It’s helpful to know there are others with similar stories and that we’re all in this together.

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    Ian a warner
    July 29, 2020 at 7:19 pm

    If a woman feels like she needs a woman as her lover it’s because every man that has been with her didn’t show her the feminine side when hookin up . I was raised by my mom and didn’t have that macho thing as a influence so I’m never serprized when gay women are attracted to me.having that nature has often left me alone and sorta restless.but full of things that make me more insightful and long suffering than my male counterpart s

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    The Absolute Truth
    August 9, 2020 at 2:56 pm

    Well nowadays many more women are into other women. Gee Wiz, no surprise there.

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    Z
    August 13, 2020 at 4:51 pm

    I’ve been searching for a story just like this and it’s taken so long but reading all the replies too has made me feel like I’m not alone anymore.
    I’m due to get married next year. Had Covid not happened I would have been writing this as a married woman already!
    Been together with my partner just over 10 years. For years we haven’t had a sexual attraction and we rarely ever are intimate. It’s down to approximately 1 – 1.5 years apart when we do have sex.
    I care for him and love him but I’m not in love and I’ve even asked him if he is gay as he has no libido and it’s only ever myself that has tried to make things work in the bedroom area.
    I went into this relationship telling him I was bi.
    I have had one three month relationship with a woman, many years ago in my late twenties. I’m now 42.
    We don’t have children and neither of us wanted them anyway.
    But for the last year or so I’ve had this niggle that’s finally turned into a huge anxiety everyday now where by I’m all consumed by thoughts of women and being with them.
    I’ve been happy to try make our relationship work but it’s just not happening. He isn’t interested in any intimacy with me. He won’t go to counselling either.
    He is a loving and kind man and we have a great life together. But without passion and sex. I guess the comfort of companionship has taken over. And I’m so uncourageous to have done anything about it earlier.
    But here I find myself on the internet every night till very late looking for help in places like these, watching YouTube for advice etc.

    No one knows anything. He’s he’s the only one who knows I’m bi too.

    I simply cannot enter a marriage next year with the feeling in my gut that I’m actually gay.
    I’m having a real hard time to come to terms with it.
    I’m terrified to tell anyone that is close to me.

    I have confided in one gay woman I recently met. She came onto me and it’s a long story but we are in contact. She’s offered to take me out to the scene for a look and to introduce me to some of her and her gf’s friends.

    I’ve realised I cannot waste any more time living an untruth even if that means causing such heartache to my lovely fiancé.
    I don’t want to look back and regret a life that could have been.

    But how do I even get the ball rolling?
    I’m terrified.
    I’ve never been single much as an adult. I’m currently not working because of Covid and I’ve ploughed my savings into a wedding.
    I love my life and what we do as a couple and I fear of losing all my friends as most of them I met through being with him.

    I pray I can find the courage.

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      MA
      September 1, 2020 at 9:36 pm

      Could you possibly email me? Our stories are identical. It would mean the world to me to speak to you.

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      Meg
      September 1, 2020 at 9:40 pm

      Our stories are literally identical. Could you possibly email me? It would mean the absolute world to talk to someone who truly understands.

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      Jem
      September 4, 2020 at 12:47 am

      I can say that I felt the way you did and now 30 years into it with the same man, it never goes away. I thought if I could fall in Iove with a man then I wouldn’t be gay anymore. Well, it never goes away. I’ve known since I was 10. I feel so ashamed and selfish to have let this go on so long but not ashamed of who I truly am. I don’t how to get out and start a new life since we grew up our entire adult lives together. 2019 was by far the loneliest year of my life and I was determined to make a change. I’ve come out to 2 people, that’s another long story, joined a LGBTQ+ group at work to meet new people and i thought ok…baby steps. Then Covid hit. I feel like it’s a sign to just accept my situation and live the rest of my life the way I have… Then i saw this.. There is hope.. I can’t wait until this is over so I can meet her..
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    Linda
    August 15, 2020 at 3:28 pm

    Hi, I left my husband 3 years ago (I’m 39 with 2 young children) for a married woman who was a mum at my sons school. We decided not to live together but we are still a couple after 4 years. Leaving and starting a new life was the most emotionally difficult time but now we are through it, is is great. We get to spend some alone time alone together sometimes as we share custody of our children with our respective ex husbands. My ex husband and I weren’t getting on well and our marriage breakdown was probably inevitable but my partner was married for a long time to a lovely man who suffered most from our relationship. I have only recently been able talk to him when I see him as we still feel guilty but also we know there was no other way it would end. She is my soulmate, regardless of the gender and we just have a fantastic, supportive and loving relationship. I had never been with a woman before her. The only person to have an issue with it all is my mother but everyone else has been great. I searched for a lot of help and guidance at the time of deciding what to do so can totally understand anyone’s confusion if they are in similar situations.

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    Carmen Miller
    August 21, 2020 at 8:27 pm

    This is a wonderful story and fills my heart with joy and envy. I am 37 years old, married to a man for over 12 years and raising 5 children. I am a lesbian but cannot come out, I sleep in my own room while he sleeps in his. I tell the children I have trouble sleeping while other people are in the bed. I try to leave hints here and there and leave a bit of gay pride on their hearts so that some day, if I ever have the freedom to come out, they will be more understanding and not so crushed. I feel bad for everyone around me who I could hurt, so I just keep waiting. I first kissed a girl when I was 7. I was raised very christian and in a “love them but hate the sin” kind of family. I never thought I was gay until I was 15 but never acted on it and was already in the habit of living to make others happy rather then myself. Thus the reason I never dared to believe myself. I wish I had, but then I am also grateful for my children. However…I wish I had.

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      C
      August 26, 2020 at 8:16 pm

      This is so similar to the story I am currently living. Torn wouldn’t even begin to describe how I feel, and I do not know what to do. I often think how selfish I am for having these feelings, because my husband is a good man. However, I feel like a shell of myself, just hovering above who I really am. It’s quite lonely.

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      Linda
      September 8, 2020 at 2:32 pm

      Don’t give up, even if you don’t want to upset your family situation at the moment, your children won’t be young forever. It will never be an easy road and it’s taken a long time to get to where I am but I promise you, you can and should put yourself and your needs first, even if you’re not quite there yet

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    RM
    August 24, 2020 at 4:02 pm

    All these stories are helping me understand my wife of 26 years, we’ve been together since we were teenagers and now I’m 41 & she’s 39 and in may of this year 2020 came out and told me that she’s always had an attraction to women! I’m trying my best to be a good support system for her, it’s just hard seeing her struggle to find out exactly what she wants & it hurts we have 2 beautiful kid’s. If anyone out there can help me help her with any other advice, I would be grateful! thank you all!

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      Linda
      September 8, 2020 at 2:16 pm

      RM you sound like a very caring person to be doing research to understand her….this is how my partners husband was. Sadly if she feels this way about women and has openly told you it sounds like you will never be able to give her what she really needs. If you do end up separating, please be encouraged that amicable co parenting can really work, even though that seems really hard to accept now.

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      My wife did this to me
      November 4, 2020 at 8:21 pm

      Divorce her as soon as possible. Realize immediately that she is no longer your friend and does not have your best interests at heart. I was kind a patient with my wife through this process and she used that kindness to take EVERYTHING she possibly could from me and my children. It was selfish of her to marry a man and create a family when she knew she may not actually like men.

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    Anonymous
    August 25, 2020 at 8:57 pm

    My wife and I have been in a wonderful, loving relationship for nearly 10 years. In recent years we have experimented lightly with heterosexual non-monogamy. More recently, however, she began dating a woman for the first time and her sense of identity has gone off the rails. She fell for this woman hard and is extremely confused about her sexual identity. Earlier today we had the first conversation about what this may mean for our future as a married couple and acknowledged the uncertainty that I was previously in denial of. My wife has a very demanding and stressful job and we have also been working from home together for several months due to Covid. I’m very supportive of her exploring her sexuality, but I’m hoping that the stressful job and constant proximity are simply leading to her having an idealized perception of her new relationship and the sense of escape that its giving her. I would love to hear from some of the heterosexual spouses who have gone through something like this.

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    Cos
    August 26, 2020 at 9:49 am

    I’m so relieved that I’m not the only person going through this. I’m 44 yrs old and have always had feelings for women but coming from a religious southern background I never acted on these feelings. In my mid 20s I attempted to “come out” to a male roommate and ended up homeless and humiliated. He told my parents and the shame of the whole experience was very traumatic. I moved on to multiple horrible marriages to men and ended up alone as a single mother and moved across the country. After spending several years alone I met my current husband who is the kindest, funniest, and most loyal person I’ve ever known. We have 9 years together, my daughter is 24 and we have no kids together. In the past, even though I love him as a person, I had to be drunk to have any sexual desire for him. I quit drinking over a year ago and have been forced to come to terms with my feelings and face them. I am gay and always have been. I finally am honest with myself about this, but I cannot hurt him. It’s such a painful situation to be in, and I just feel like I’m doomed to spend my entire life in hiding. I’m not sure if I can live with it.

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    Meg
    September 1, 2020 at 9:51 pm

    If anyone would be willing — It would mean so much to me to talk to someone else who is experiencing the same thing. My email is minniegirl21@gmail.com

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      September 16, 2020 at 2:09 am

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    Anonymous
    September 4, 2020 at 12:24 am

    Wow. I wondered if anyone could be going through the exact same thing at the exact same time. Now I know I’m not the only one. Married to, and have been with the same man over 30 years. No children but it never makes things easier. 2019 had been by far,the loneliest, most depressing year of my life and I was determined to make some changes in my life. I had come out to 2 friends already, that’s a long story itself. Joined a new inclusive group hoping to make some new friends, then Covid hit. I feel like it was a sign to keep it to myself and might as well live out the rest of my life the way I have been but I just can’t imagine. Then I saw this story, there is hope. Covid go away! She’s out there waiting for me..

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    Jim
    September 10, 2020 at 8:42 am

    So many of us straight men had this happened to us already, and this is why many of us men can’t meet a good woman anymore because of this. I know other friends that had it happened to them as well, especially since the few of them that i know have young children as well. And it is fact that the great majority of women nowadays are either gay or bi, but never straight.

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    sean
    September 20, 2020 at 6:40 am

    selfish , all you talk about is her selfish desire to get out of a marriage where she was NOT sexually attracted too,BUT she supposedly loved him emough,she ruined his life,she married him as her lie was one she kept inside, she took yearsfrom this man where he invested his heart into this women,and she hurt him, But all you talk about is how selfish she was about it. ruining his life too

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      Mark
      September 22, 2020 at 3:13 pm

      This is why many of us good straight guys have trouble meeting a good woman for us.

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    September 22, 2020 at 3:02 pm

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    Anonymous
    September 24, 2020 at 11:59 pm

    Men are the selfish ones. I grew up in a time where there was a stereotype that a lesbian had a look certain masculine butch look. I was uncertain of what I was because I didn’t look like that. I didn’t date much in high school but only 3 guys because of that. I didn’t look the part so who was I really? I DID fall in love with the 3rd. Madly in love. I waited 8 years before we tied the knot. I admit that I looked at women,, who wouldn’t as we are beautiful. Again, I was IN LOVE with my husband. 22 YEARS into the marriage, HE strayed. He said HE he needed to know if the grass was greener on the other side. He was having a mid-life crisis. HE went to another woman and then came crawling because he loved me.. i felt betrayed. I was crushed because I felt like I sacrificed my other life, the life I was unsure of. The life I never sought but felt and what it could have been . I gave it all, none of my LOVE for him was a lie. How dare you selfish MEN. Are we woman who are not straight bad women? Sounds to me that’s what’s your saying. SHAME on you. It’s hard enough living this life. Why don’t I leave? I’ve never wanted HIM to be humiliated. Will I live this way forever. No. Other factors play a role of our broken marriage and now CoVID . Pre covid i told him i wanted a divorce. We know our marriage is over as other factors have made it clear, we won’t work out. I’m gay and I’m proud. You MEN who speak down to us, you want all of us to come out? More than you could ever imagine would come out. Ya’ll would be LOST. Whether you beleive it our not WE, woman make always make it better..

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    Anonymous
    September 25, 2020 at 5:05 pm

    I get it.. i fell in love with a man and I thought i was “cured” so I married.

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    October 13, 2020 at 12:31 am

    Thank you for posting this amazing story, i can learn things from here. I’m 29 and dating my precious women now. I’m still in the closet, only my close friends know. But my mum suspected me as a lesbian bcs i’m not married yet. But i didn’t tell her the truth about it. I’m not ready yet. I love my girlfriend, i don’t wan’t to break up and marry a guy. What if i can’t love my future husband? what if i ruin my marriage? I follow where the stream takes me.

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    reniod
    November 17, 2020 at 11:53 pm

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    Gabriel
    November 17, 2020 at 11:55 pm

    I WANT TO SHARE WITH YOU ALL HOW I GOT FREE FROM MY ENEMY WHO WANTED TO FRUSTRATE ME, MY LIFE WAS FULL OF CHALLENGES, BUSINESS RUINED MARRIAGE BROKEN AND I WAS HATED BY MANY FOR NO JUST REASON , I ALMOST COMMITTED SUICIDE BECAUSE I COULDN’T TAKE IT BUT I THANK GOD TODAY THAT I HAVE FIND A SOLUTION TO ALL MY PROBLEMS AND MY LIFE HAS BEEN RE-BRANDED BY DR NOBLE. FEW MONTHS AGO I CONTACTED DR NOBLE AND EXPLAIN MY SITUATION TO HIM AND HE TOLD ME THAT I WAS UNDER ATTACK BY MY ELDER BROTHER WHO IS JEALOUS THAT I AM MORE SUCCESSFUL THAN HIM AND SO HE IS DOING EVERYTHING POSSIBLE TO DESTROY ME WITH SOME BLACK MAGIC, I CRIED AND BEGGED DR TO HELP ME OUT. DR NOBLE HELPED ME TO REMOVE ALL THE EVIL BLACK MAGIC MY BROTHER CAST ON ME AND RETURNED THEM BACK TO HIM AND NOW THE CASE HAVE TURN AROUND. THANKS DR NOBLE FOR COMING TO MY RESCUE EVERYTHING IS NOW WELL WITH ME. CONTACT DR NOBLE TO HELP YOU FIX ANY CHALLENGES IN YOUR LIFE OR MARRIAGE via EMAIL NOBLESPELLHOME at OUTLOOK. COM

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