I got married on Nov. 16th 2007, I had known my husband didn't really like gay, bi, or anything like that, I had no idea how much he didn't like it. I had been watching stuff on why people should all have equal rights regardless of their sexual orientation. He came in the room and told me that gays suck, I couldn't believe he said that and it really hurt on a deep level because I'm bi and I don't understand what's wrong with the fact that I like women as well as men, he still doesn't know and now I'm afraid to even tell him because I think he wont really like me that much if he knows that I've been with women before. I just don't know what I should do about it, I don't think it's fair that he acts this way, I can't have any of my friends over because I'm afraid he'll be rude to them or hurt their feelings, I haven't hung out with any of my friends in about a year now because I'm afraid of bringing them around him. What should I do please help
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