That is awesome! I think it would be kinda cool to have a bi girlfriend
Yup, that’s me. Sort of anyway. I identified as bi from age 10 to 17, then decided I was a lesbian, then changed it to bi again at 19, then decided at 27 that I was really a lesbian, which was my identity until at age 29 I suddenly and unexpectedly got together with a male friend, who is now my husband.
One of my ex-friends (coincidentally his ex-girlfriend) subsequently referred to me as a “faux lesbian.” I guess technically I am, since I’m bi and not gay after all, but I swear I didn’t know it at the time!
I’ve been with my husband for over 10 years, and most people are surprised that I still identify as bi even though I haven’t been sexually active with another woman since we got together. Nowdays if someone asks me what I am, I tell them monogamous and leave it that.
Dru – that is the best answer to that question i have ever heard!
Human sexual orientation is fluid and flexible, and not necessarily time-bound.
The heart wants what it wants (and so do the genitals).
Same thing my husband & I have in common!
I’m a bi butch queer FtWTF who likes chicks A AWFUL LOT but is currently in a long-term relationship with a (straightish, bio-) guy, and I felt a little weird at Pride with him. But it was TOTALLY FABULOUS.
This comic is awesome.
I know the feeling… I’ve been a lesbian with an exception for 2 years… we broke up though.
see that’s why i changed my name. the danny up there isn’t me.
This is why I’ve always found it easier to just say “bi”… There’s no sense that I’ve promised to be any one way.
I went to college with a bisexual girl who ended up marrying a woman. I think we should all want each other to be happy and loved and taken care of and not have expectations about who we should be with.
I don’t think it matters as long as you love the person you are with. It should not matter if you are gay/straight/bi/whatever. If you are happy with who you are than be happy. If you love the one you are with, then love them no matter what.
I’ve always been bi. I remember being five and getting excited by Victoria Secret magazines :P I’ve never had a girlfriend though, so I don’t get taken seriously. These labels are frustrating.
Yeah, I am catching a lot of shit for having started dating guys after my sex change…
Sucks how most people want to try to fit everyone into a box instead of understanding that very few fit very well into one. I’m a hetero male that dances, paints, fights, and does just about everything fun because, well, it’s fun! However, it confuses a lot of people since everytime they think they have me labelled, I join a belly dancing class, or something they don’t get. My gay friends CONSTANTLY ask me if I’m sure I’m not gay (My straight friends do to, lol). I’m glad you figured out what you want in life and that you have a partner who makes you as happy as you make him :-)
End rant here, lol
I’m exactly the same, Crisjin, I’m a hetero male and I like football, shopping, cross stitch, video games, drinking, writing…and it’s generally the cross stitch part that make people go LOLWUT?
I’m 90something percent hetero and I’ve done a little cross-stitching too. My wife is a huge cross-stitcher, so I had to at least try it. Maybe I’ll have her teach me how to knit too. She wants to learn to shoot guns.
I remember learning in a Women’s Studies class years ago that most people can be expressed as having a sexual preference along a continuum between straight and homosexual, and that most people really lie somewhere in the middle.
In other words, most people are a little bi at heart. =)
even my close friends and family don’t know what to make of my sexuality and gender expressions sometimes.
Thats awsome you two have a love for pussy and boobs. makes for a great relationship imo :P too bad i end up with the jelous types that dont like to even share me with a girl xD
I just say that I’m gender non-descriminate… Or greedy. :D
My boyfriend is bisexual and I’m pansexual.
It’s great because we have similar taste in people, so when we go out together we can just look at someone and then look at each other and we both know what the other is thinking (“I would f*ck him/her”).
Best relationship ever.
that’s like me and my fiancé, he’s bisexual and we’ll sit online and look at dicks or talk about guys… it’s actually pretty fun!