Hello everyone! I'm a bisexual man in my mid-30s who is married to a wonderful woman for the past six years (together for 8 years), and while life can get hectic sometimes, I am happily married, our sex life is good and frequent, and I feel like our relationship is strong. I am feeling just generally frustrated though. I am not really out to anyone, including my wife, who has pretty strong opinions against men who are bi (I had a friend from college come out on Facebook and when I told her about it, her views were pretty clear-she would never be with a guy who was bi). It sucks not being able to be out to others and it can get lonely sometimes because I don't have any friends to talk about being bi and about the challenges of being bi, as well as the misconceptions people have (not that close with my college friend anymore). Hence, why I decided to join here! I also find that during the pandemic with so much time on my hands, my mind has wandered more to thinking about men. I only had a couple of experiences when I was single, but it was with a guy who I didn't like or connect with that much and I find myself thinking and daydreaming about sex and intimacy with men that I would connect with and like. There are have been times in the past where I've wondered if I was just gay, but I am often attracted to women, I thoroughly enjoy sex with my wife, I love kissing and being intimate with her, etc. However, I think in large part because I've got so much time on my hands, my desires are really strong right now for men. Not sure if this is a common experience for people who are bi, but there are times in my life (weeks/months/years) where I think much more about women and then other time periods when my desires are stronger for men. I think I'm in that stage where my desires are strong for men although I am often brought back to women when my wife does something sexy or we have a great night of sex. I just needed to blow off some steam, see if anyone could relate, and just see if I could connect with anyone else who was bi or even lgbtq as friends.