I know crazy situation I'm in right? Ha. Actually the title should read straight and bi curious guys in love, me being the bi one. So the deal is I meet Eric a while ago had had class with him last year but never paid any attention to him-two different crowds of people. Well the next year we met (a very strange way) and fell in love. Well I was more than eager to embrace my feelings towards him (not aware of the consequences, though at the same time I couldnt a rats behind) but he was more reluctant. I tried over and over to tell him how us being together doesn't make us gay and that in the end we're only two human beings that just happen to love eachother, but it never got through to him. Well his reluctance put a huge strain in the relationship, and as well as other factors, led him to walk away from me, never to talk again. It's been months now and honestly it still bothers me. At first I was trying so hard to try and figure out a way to win his heart back, then I thought I was over it, and now idk. Ive been really thinking about all that the baggage that comes being a same sex couple and honestly it scares the living crap out of me. I never understood before why he couldn't just forget about everything else, but now I understand. I've been going back and forth trying to figure everything out. The fate of the relationship, has always been in my hands, and I know some part of him wants it and calls out for me. As crazy it sounds I just know. When you know you know. And now there's one last hope for the two of us and I don't know what to do. I never wanted to feel this way for another man or be with a man and there's a lot lost with being with him, but at the same time I do love him and don't see him as a man and that losing him maybe a greater loss, especially when you know you found that one, how do you let it go. And then I find myself thinking that why put the both of us through what we're bound to go through. It's so hard for same sex couples in today's world, and the fact that we have the choice to go through not like most couples who are forced to endure or spend their lives alone or ashamed of their love. I just want to make the right decision here. Id hate to take the easy way out but I'm not sure it's a fight I want to fight.