|Paladin of Baha-who?|
I'm a bisexual male gamer, age 26. I sincerely believe in my Roman Catholic faith, though not the people in the upper echelons of power. You could say I've become wise to how something with a good core can become twisted by people into a mockery of its professed values. I don't really have any interesting bits of personal life to share as I'm not really "out" about my bisexuality nor do I particularly feel a need to be.
If I may make a suggestion, there are reasons why you may want to be out, even if you don't expect to be in a same-sex relationship in the future (e.g. you're already married or otherwise in a committed relationship you expect to last).
You may be the only person within the LGBTQ spectrum that some of your family members are in contact with, and coming out will help them understand that LGBTQ people aren't the family-destroying monsters the Family Research Council make them out to be.
You may not expect to be in a same-sex relationship, but life has a way of laughing at our expectations. If you do find yourself in one, it will be easier to say, "Mom, dad, this is my boyfriend," than "Mom, dad, I'm bi and this is my boyfriend".
Women may find a bi guy attractive, for instance, my wife enjoys appreciating sexy men (and women) with me. Finding such women will be easier if you're out, rather than closeted.
Health: Out gay people have been studied to have lower stress hormone levels than either closeted gay people OR straight men. Both closeted gay men and straight men are stressed out attempting to be seen as straight, and afraid of being perceived as gay or effeminate. Coming out will make you less stressed, statistically.