i am glad for you that you have found resolution in the tensions around your sexuality. acceptance is a good thing, and it is good to see that you were able to reconcile the tensions before you went ahead and built your life on a false road like i did.
the sexual abuse is devastating, and further confuses the already complex issue of human sexuality. i don't know if you like to read or not, but if you are in the mood you may enjoy the perspective of dr. robert minor who wrote the book scared straight
unpacking a lot of the myths we buy into regarding sexual orientation.
i am glad you have made this peace within yourself. it is always best to be who you truly are. yes it does present its special challenges, but the joy in it far outweights the pain of suppressing the true nature.
if i may be so bold, allow me to suggest that you now surround yourself with a wholesome community of people who will support you in your identity. that way as you practice the art of acceptance, you will have plenty of friendly mirrors reinforcing the positive aspects. you can check out the resources at your local glbt community center.
hoping for all the best for you in your continued healing,