Bonnie Kaye is 63 and runs a GED center in a blighted stretch of northeast Philadelphia. It may be from recent health problems, complications from diabetes. Yet so a good deal more about Kaye seems, simply, exhausted. She’s a straight-talker, her vox is level and strong, and only in short moments do you get a awareness of the benevolence behind her stoic, no-bullshit facade.
Personal Stories - Out Together | Straight Spouse Network
A collection of stories written by men and women in mixed-orientation relationships. These are stories of couples who stayed jointly later the husband or wife came out, an issue that is possible but is too much overlooked. tho' there are many a stories available describing the experiences of spouses who separated after a married man or wife revealed being gay, lesbian, or bisexual, few reports about couples who stayed married are readily available.
Straight Women and Their Gay Husbands | Psychology Today
“My Husband’s Not Gay,” a social event on TLC, has caused an uproar. The dismissive attracter is unfortunate because this could feature been a communication that highlighted mixed-orientation couples and how these couples can in reality make their relationships work. They bring out people’s judgments about what marriage should or should not be. Why do unspecified group prettify so outspoken and judgmental about marriages with one straight and one gay spouse? In particular, they bring out people’s judgments about monogamy.