Our expert says:
YOu do need to take the time to sit down with D ( maybe not on the same couch !) and talk sincerely through what happened between you, and discover how he feels about it. It is not necessarily homosexual to have tender feels of affection for another man, though most men choose to ignore this or to express it in rough-housing to try to make it seem more butch than it really is. V's remarks make good sense, too. And remember that sexuality isn't a toggle switch, either a or b --- most people are somewhere on a continuum between exclusively heterosexual and exclusively homosexual, so a fair proportion of men have some homosexual experiences within their lives, while remaining predominantly heterosexual.
This issue will not just go away if you ignore it and pretend that nothing happened. Your initial kiss may have been a mixture of affection, relief that he was all right, etc. But BOTH of you decided to continue with the "making out" session on the couch. So both of you need to be involved in talking it out. But the event probably has nothing whatever to do with your regular and lasting personal sexuality, your wedding, or anything else. As Whooz says, IT HAPPENS, and need cause no lasting problems unless you absolutely insist that it must.
And may I add that i am impressed by the quality of the three responses this query received from other readers ?
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