You should definitely tell her if you love her. Of course, you should be sure that you're bisexual and not that you're just confused (which is what most young people are). If you're actually sure about it, your mother is going to figure out about it unless you never have a date in your life and what would be the point in being bisexual if you never have a partner? I say you should just break it to her and if she becomes outraged then you can just slowly try to make things easier on her. Before telling her, though, you should make her gain some trust in you; make sure there's something about you that outweighs a decision that she probably won't like, such as being really good at an instrument or something. That way, if she's really against gay people, she'll be able to see that you're not totally wasting your life in her eyes. You should also be accepting of her ideals if she is to be accepting in your decision; if the compromise is to go to church once in a while, I say you should take that choice if possible. After all, she is your mother and you should be able to take her advice once in a while.
well u said ur mom is stressed and dont like gays so i say dont tell her unless u need 2, if u start dating someone of the same sex then tell her but if u dont then she wont need 2 no moms seem 2 get hurt about simple things. i vote dont tell her yet u could try telling ur dad if he is the type to understand and keep seekrets might work better that way
I'm sorry but I must disagree with the last part. Keeping big secrets from one parent and not telling the other is a horrible decision. If they find out, it could hurt the parents' relationship, hurt their trust with each other, and may end up even worse. Also, the parent who didn't know the secret would trust you even less, too.
If your mum loves you then she won't care about whether your bi or not. I'm bi myself but when I told my mum that I'm bi she didn't believe me. I've known since I was 16 and I'm now 19. And I'm still bi. She can either accept it or not, if she doesn't then she can't stop you from being bi. It's apart of life nothing can change that. Nobody should put thoughts into your head. Just follow your heart.
Think about it carfully. When I told my dad I was Bi I already knew that he wouldn't mind. My mom though... Still trying to find out her opinion. But anyways, If you do end up wanting to tell her do it when she's not stressed out very much. It might help even if only a little.
// first of all, you can't know if you're bi unless you've got deep into it, had a girlfriend, made out, had sex (yes, sex). make sure you're bi (because some people just fool themselves). also know your mom's opinion about it. unless she doesn't like bisexuals, tell her. she loves and cares about you, even if you being bisexual would make her uncomfortable/disappointed.//