By @_AlexandraClare Pronouns are some of the most commonly-used words both in literature and conversation. They are defined as a word that replaces a noun, used to avoid repetition – I recommended a book to my friend because I thought she would enjoy it. We assimilate the sense without caring that the order of the elements… Continue reading Call me by my pronoun
By @owentomasini Growing up I always felt different than everyone. I dressed like a boy, I acted like a boy, but I was born a girl. My family called me a tom-boy, and I thought that’s why I never felt right in girl clothes, or felt like I wasn’t like all my friends that were girls. The… Continue reading Owen’s Story: The need to be me.
By @amyann2100 Society can be very mean towards us! Many don’t understand us and have created myths. While there is plenty of biphobia in the world,we shouldn’t have to worry about embracing our sexuality because we are amazing people, who just want to be ourselves. It can be hard because of the misconception that we… Continue reading Be yourself!
By @cduffy1999 Bisexual women I can guess most of us bisexuals have at some point experienced one of the following statements/questions. “Yeah but how do you know”“You’ll come out gay eventually”“It’s a phase”And my personal favorite…“That’s just you being greedy” Haha I’m just dying of laughter cause yes totally accurate. *sarcasm But at the same… Continue reading Why you shouldn’t have to worry about embracing some of your bisexuality.
by @Aunty_Vicki Firstly a poem A sad day Candles posted while I compose Needing to connect with my inner rose The poets skills will be needed too To make the articles wording pleasant for you While showing part of my world Remember I am writing from the angle of a Transgender-Genderfluid Girl. Ms, Vicki, She,… Continue reading Transgender day of Remembrance.
What are you questioning? Your gender identity? Your sexual preference? The meaning of life? Let’s break it down…. It doesn’t matter how old or young we are, at some point we will become curious (which is another word for questioning) about our: gender, sexuality, personality, identity – place in the world. This can at times… Continue reading What are you Questioning?
ONE I am a bisexual male in a relationship with another man. This doesn’t mean that I have forefieted my sexuality, it doesn’t make me gay. As I still find women attractive too There are many like me. TWO I’m not promiscuous. Far from it. I’ve only slept with a few people whom I was… Continue reading Eight things about my own Bisexuality.