Although the bisexual people accepted by more and more people. But there are still more and more bisexual people don't want to come out as bisexual. No matter what you are, just be yourself, it's important.

1.Not Confused

Maybe you are confused by your sexuality, May be you don't know why did you love boy and girl? Someday, when you know that you are bisexual, what do you think about this? If you are coming out as bisexual, you are not confused, all the confusing will be readily solved.

2.Coming Out If You'd Like, Don't, If You Don't Feel The Time Is Right

Everyone should come out in their own time. However, many people have really positive experiences coming out and often regret not doing it sooner. Don’t label yourself if you don’t want to. If you'd like, just do it, don't, if you don't feel the time is right. Make sure it feels right for you. If you're still feeling ashamed, insecure or uncomfortable with a label, don't define yourself with it.

3.It's Difficult

For Bisexual people, coming out is difficult and can present some unique challenges. You can always know that your closest friends are more likely to be the ones who accept you. If you don't want too many people to know instantly, talk to someone in private first. Come out to the people you want to come out to, even if that means only telling one of your parents or only your friends and not your family.

4.Give People Time

It is great to be proud of who you are, but be careful as well. Unfortunately, we do not live in a world where everyone unconditionally accepts each other for who we are. Give people time, one day, bisexual people needn't coming out as bisexual, they can say: I am in love ...It takes time for them to acclimate to this news, so be sure you don't take it personally if they don't want to come to Pride with you.

5.Never Be Afraid To Be Yourself
Only you can say who you are, never be afraid to be yourself.

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