A year ago, I realized I had a crush on my best friend. Two months ago, I came out to her as bisexual. Two and a half months ago, I kissed her. Nearly a month ago, she officially became my girlfriend. Thank you so much for being there for me. You've helped me get through so much, from panic attacks to being scared of being home. I love holding your hand in mine. I love the noises you make when I kiss up your neck. I love how you make me feel safe. I love that we're not scared of what (most) people think anymore. We still haven't told our parents. We're still scared of them. But I will always be there for you. They're never going to take you away from me. I will always love you.
you can shove me into the wall in the stairs, you can call me names, send me annonymous hate, i don't give a f. uck but the second, the SECOND you bring my best friend into this and try to start s. hit about her, especially with what is going on at home with her right now. that is the last freaking straw. if you say one more word to me or to her our about one of us i'm going to confront you and punch your face in. I've had enough.
It's funny to me how there are so many people at my school that talk about how they support gays and hang out with gay people like it's nothing but refuse to talk to me to be involved with me because they don't like bisexuals
When I was in like 6th grade this girl on my bus said she had a secret to tell me and she took a deep breath and she was like “I'm bisexual” and I was just like okay and then she started crying and hugged me because she was afraid nobody would accept her but I really just didn't know what bisexual meant
I don't see why coming out is such a big deal For example, I've been bisexual my whole life so why should I randomly make a big announcement to my family about it? I don't even wait for it to be a secret anymore I'll just be talking to a friend and say "there's this guy I like" because it's the same thing as liking any girl. And it's not like you have to come out for being straight because that's the same idea, right? And how would my sexuality change who I already was 10 minutes ago? It's not like once I "come out" I'm going to burn down every church I see or try to kill the governments that don't support my sexuality do you know why? Because it doesn't make a f/cking difference.
So guys, I've been thinking and I'm ready to come out... I'm bisexual. Yup, I like boys and girls. I'm probably now going to get people being like "oh it's just a phase" well, it's not exactly a phase if I've been bi since I was like 8 or something idek. Anyway, so yeah... Kk cya