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My T has Gaydar

Posted by DisposableDoll on May 11, 2006, at 4:08:18

I was bisexual. It had never really came up before since when I was in a serious romantic relationship and was monogamous. It didn't bother me to not have a woman, too. Actually, I am normally more attracted to men and am attracted to more men, but I do find some women sexually attractive. I was a little concerned that he might think less of me or find me disgusting and the thought of making people feel sexually disgusted (like I'm some sort of a child molestor or a rapist) by me and of them thinking of me as being so sick, makes me feel sick and ashamed and scared. I had felt so nervous telling certain previous counselors- scared, exposed, nervous, disgusted, hating myself, vulnerable, exposed, ashamed, hated, etc. I didn't think my T would care, but I was concerned that he MIGHT. So, sitting in session I asked my T if he had a problem with homosexuality. He said that he didn't. I asked him if he would tell me he had a problem with it if he did. He said yes and that it took a lot for him to judge. I then told him I was bisexual and he said something to the effect of, he knew that or he suspected that. I asked him how he knew. I think he basically said that he could just read people. I am confused and surprised. Gaydar?




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