I thought the metaphor was great and altogether true.
The next day another member shared this video with the group. It is simply too funny and too true not to share with all of you.
There are basically three groups of men who will forever debate the merits of what and when a married bisexual guy should tell his wife about his bisexuality.
I'm in the group that has told his wife, but I don't advocate that for every guy. In my opinion it can be a very selfish and cruel thing to do.
Other guys think that the truth is the truth and the truth is always the only way to go. The problem is, as I see it, that other people say, "the truth will set you free." And all to often telling one's wife about one's bisexuality can not only set one free via divorce, but also cost one a significant part of everything he owns.
The other, perhaps biggest group of guys are guys that think men and women are wired differently and thus men should keep their bisexuality securely boxed up in the "bisexual" box in their brain.
While the You Tube video is quite funny and meant to be so, I challenge anyone to even suggest that it is not the honest truth. Women think differently than men and thus a man can never reliably predict how his wife will react to such a momentous admission.
Take a look at the video:
The moral of all this is that you have to make a personal decision when you choose to put your brain up against your wife's brain. Once you engage her brain on an issue as profound as your bisexuality, she will never disengage on that issue. The question is, do you want to spend the rest of your life with that issue constantly on her mind or do you want to keep it in the safe, sealed, secret box in your own brain.
Choose carefully. All you have depends on your making the correct choice.