Recently I've been becoming increasingly more aware of how many of my bisexual friends are acting--different. I don't know if I mean that in a bad way or a good way, i mean, they are my friends, but it's kinda creepy. I mean, i'm seriously beginning to wonder if it's not just me. I have known many of them for years, since junior high even and they just aren't being themselves. I'm used to them being real about who they are, and I mean, that is supposed to be the hardest part. Admitting who you are to yourself and everyone else, but now suddenly so many of them are refusing to acknowledge the fact that they like girls'. I mean, they still say they do, but i only have like one friend that is dating a girl right now. I mean, not like there is anything wrong with dating guys, but i mean, i go to a private, homophobic school, so generally all of their boyfriends are that way too. I guess that's probably what bothers me. The fact that their changing to suit their boyfriends. I mean, one of my friends even told me that her boyfriend told her that he was "embarassed" by the fact that she used to date girl's before she dated him. As if that's so bad that she had a girlfriend or something. But it's just uncomfortable to be around most of them. They are acting like straight girls' which just is not cool. I hate the fact that it's so convenient to just date a boy when your bi. That's great and everything if your happy, but the thing is, your not necessarily happy. Great, you can be attracted to them, but something is missing! They don't accept you for who you are! You don't even accept you for who you are anymore! You're not happy in the relationship, and your not happy with yourself! Of course I haven't told them any of this. They are convinced that everything is fine.