This might seem like a silly question but I don't know what counts as coming out. My close friends have known for a while that I am attracted to women as well as men, but I always considered myself bi curious until recently. Now I know its not curiosity, I am bisexual. In any event, they know I am attracted to women (and many of them know the specific woman) and marrying a man. I am not embarassed about noticing an attractive man or woman and discussing them with someone that would also appreciate their finer qualities . So I am not hiding my sexual preferences but I haven't for example mentioned them to my parents, or some friends that are homophobic. Equally when my step mother came over I didn't move/hide the book I was reading (the bisexual option). I don't think that I have to tell the world that I am bi to be honest with myself, but am I fooling myself? Am I really in the closet because I am not telling certain people? Or is it one aspect of me, like where I work or my religious beliefs, something I don't tell everyone because its just not always relevant? I saw an equality monitoring form to send in with a job application recently that included a question about whether the applicant was straight, gay or bisexual, I don't know whether I would answer that question. Does that make me in the closet? It seems like you would have to be continually comming out of the closet if you had to tell everyone. Any thoughts anyone?
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