Ok, I don't want to come off as one of those "I'm thinking about divorce" girls, but rather I think I could use a little guidance with my situation. I'm 30 years old and have been with my husband for 4 years, married for a little less than 1. Just for background, we met through a friend of his from college (mine from grade school) who informed me before our first date that he was a bi-sexual. I ignored her gossip and went out with him anyways. Later while dating I confronted him on the information and he told me that while in college he was curious and tried gay intercourse twice. He tried it from both the giving and receiving ends but apparently wasn't "into it". He confided in me that he just liked having his prostate stimulated and had obtained his own toy to do it himself. I was ok with that to the point where I've even assisted him in achieving climax that way.
Now just like any man he enjoys having sex and tries for anal every once in a while but doesn't get lucky with that too often. But lately he's been pushing for it more and more. Today I found him looking at she-male pornography on his computer and when I asked him about it he shoos me away all embarrassed. I just don't know if I should be concerned or not? Right now we're tying for a baby and I'm concerned that I'm only part of some facade he's putting on to be normal. I have no one to talk to about my concerns because no one I know would understand.
He also has these tendencies that I question every once in a while... Like his love of broadway show tunes, Justin Beiber music and trying to walk in my heels. I love this man, I really do, but I'm so scared that he's going to come out on me one day. Is it all in my head? Is there anything I can do to help myself feel better before I go to have this man's baby? Someone help me.... I feel utterly alone.View Thread
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