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Do bisexuals get “gay” married?

Actually, the preferred term is same-sex marriage because it is inclusive.  A bi person’s sexuality does not change depending upon a partner’s gender.  If a bisexual marries a partner of the same sex, he or she still is bisexual. “Gay marriage” is therefore not an inclusive term and is slowly falling out of favor in LGBT-friendly circles.


For monogamous bisexual people, who we end up with is about who turns out to be a great person and loves us back. It's very first-come first-serve. My husband loves me and treats me accordingly. But if a woman I loved had loved me in return, I would have married her. Then I would be in a same-sex marriage. So yes, bisexuals can, would, and do marry someone their own gender.


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