This is why we don't run an advice column. A man wrote in to The Sun.com's advice column asking if he should tell his wife he's gay and having sex with her brother.
From The Sun:
My wife is 27 and I’m 29. We’ve been married for three years but I haven’t been interested in sex with her for a while.
How do I tell my wife I’m gay and in love with her brother?
My wife’s brother, who is 32, made it clear he liked me.
I’m a gym fanatic and so is he, so we work out together. He was often looking at me in the changing room. He would look away but one time I joked: “I saw you peeping!”
Afterwards, he sent me a text saying he’d always fancied me. We ended up having sex back at his house the following night and we both enjoyed it.
I want to leave my wife but how do I tell her the reason is because I love her brother?
It would devastate her and the fallout for her family would be catastrophic.
DEIDRE SAYS: Stop cheating with her brother. Tell him you need space while you decide your future.
Is he really the love of your life or has he just brought latent gay feelings to the surface?
Find support through Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline (switchboard.lgbt, 0300 330 0630).