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Okay, so here's the deal. I'm bi, and I've only told like 5 of my really close friends. And I have a crush on this girl, who's my friend, but she and I aren't extremely close, and she's involved in a long-term relationship. Should I tell her? I know she's not homophobic, but should I risk our friendship? Any response would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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I don't see any harm in telling her you're bi but telling her you have a crush on her isn't going to do anyone any good. She's seeing someone and thus isn't available to you. Telling her about your crush is more likely to make things awkward between you than to bring about anthing good.
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