How can I support my bisexual partner?

Just remember, you’re in it together

“The first thing we can do to be really supportive of our partner if they’re coming out,” Kai Cheng Thom advises, “is to be supportive of ourselves, to acknowledge difficult feelings that we have and really see if they are rooted in reality or not. A partner coming out as bisexual does not mean that you have failed or that you are wrong or a bad partner in any way. It just means that they have a broad experience of desire, and you are one of two or many more categories of people that they could feel desire for.”

It’s our latest in the video series “Ask Kai: Quick Tips for the Apocalypse,” offering relationship advice for those in a hurry.

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