“Ultimate week, I used to be speaking to paintings buddies, and as I introduced up a travel I would focused on an ex-girlfriend, I requested myself — for the ten-thousandth time — the best way to inform one of these tale with out making it look like that was once the entire tale of me,” Arnaud wrote on his Instagram tales Wednesday in honor of Bi Visibility Day.
He added that it is a commonplace enjoy for other folks to think bisexual males are instantly.
“I am certain many bisexual guys really feel the similar and finally end up doing as I did: letting folks’s assumptions of straightness stand uncorrected,” Arnaud mentioned. “Possibly out of concern of oversharing. Beneath the guise of privateness, perhaps. Most likely as a result of ‘masculinity’ is a maximum fragile forex, able to nose-dive on the first signal of vulnerability or distinction.”
He endured: “For sure on account of stigmas of indecisiveness, infidelity, deception and trendiness are nonetheless clinging to bisexuality. However this is the item. Silence has the perverse impact of perpetuating the ones stereotypes, making bi guys invisible, and main other folks to doubt that we even exist. No marvel it is nonetheless a chore to recognize bisexuality with out entering long explanations.”
He concluded through writing, “labels are irritating and phrases, imperfect.”
“I have at all times thought to be myself bisexual,” he mentioned. “No longer disloyal. No longer ashamed. No longer invisible.”
Arnaud performed Sebastien Raine on “Schitt’s Creek,” and performs Cesare Borgia in “The Borgias.”