|Me:||Oh you're wearing purple and blue! Those are bisexuals colors! Represent!|
|Co-Worker:||Oh! Are you gay?|
|CoWorker:||...And you don't have a boyfriend OR a girlfriend?|
This is a feeling that is common among bisexuals, believe that. I have the same thoughts -What if she was the only girl I’ll ever love and be attracted too? What if I’m just a straight girl who had a crazy college lesbian experience?
You have straight people telling you that you’re just gay, and gay people telling you that you’re just experimenting. And you can’t quite feel comfortable in either group and you feel an almost political obligation not to prove either side right. You feel the weight of the very real and constant struggle of proving that bisexuality exists.
It’s important to remember however that being bisexual doesn’t mean that you feel evenly attracted to both sexes at all times. Bisexuality means that you have the capacity to love either gender. That the sex of an individual isn’t a factor in your decision to love, to be intimate, or to form a relationship.
When you start to ask yourself if you’re just gay or just straight,
you’re unnecessarily labeling yourself. Leave it alone. If you’re into girls this month like crazy, then be into girls. And if you’re into guys this month like nobodies business, be into guys. Don’t worry about what you have to tell someone your sexuality is. Or if you have to renig on the label you already have. Just go with it. And remember, “labels are for cans, not people”
And no, I don’t always feel in between, but if I felt perfectly in between I wouldn’t like either one now would I? Remember it’s about the openness of your heart and loins, not cat calling both sexes on the corner as they walk by.#Anonymous #ask #bisexual #bisexuality