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7 months ago

Bi Ranting

I think there so many misconceptions and stereotypes attached to bisexuality which truly does sadden me. Please remember that if you identify as bi/pan, you are not confused and your feelings are 100% valid and real. I feel like I've said this a lot in other bi posts I've made but I will keep on saying it. I will keep on saying it till society & the world understands. We cannot stop fighting for ALL members of our community until we ALL have achieved equality - this sounds impossible...See More

Bi Health Month - Be An Ally!

It's Bi Health Month!! Don't forget to show you support πŸ’œ Learn more here: (and spread the word if you'd like) - the more we bring awareness to bisexual health and issues, the more united we will become)

9 months ago

Sometimes these identities overlap, sometimes people use them interchangeably but if you'd like to know more about these very similar terms, this video is a great resource. I refer it often to people on Tumblr who ask me questions about both identities and the differences. I hope it helps you! πŸ™‚

10 months ago

Living your truth and being who you are is so important! I know it can be very difficult and tough for so many people - so if you are struggling, I want to remind you that you DESERVE so much love and happiness β€πŸ’™πŸ’œπŸ’›πŸ’šπŸ’–πŸŒˆ

a year ago

Remember - YOU are the only person who can decide who you are. Don't pay attention to what others say because really, it's not their place to have an opinion. β€οΈπŸ’™πŸ’œπŸ’—πŸ’šπŸ’›πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ

Reflection on my youth: never a fun topic

This post is a little continuation of the comment I made on @David S post. It sparked a memory. A feeling. It is crazy how time passes, crazy how you change, adapt, grow, learn to love yourself more, become more accepting, more stronger, more able to understand your feelings. It is actually quite saddening looking back - at how I felt, how I didn't know to approach it - or who to turn to. Really, who do you turn to when the love of your life is your best friend? Even though she wasn't, it...See More


We have all gone through life with feelings we dont understand. In the early years of my teens which I found very difficult to understand what I was feeling around my sexuality. But over the years with maturity and good friends and family, I have become a stronger person. Now to help others when they feel alone and no one is there to help in understanding themselves. This is why a platform like this is needed! x

It's hard to believe that bis are marginalized, sometimes even within the community. For my part, I find it so easy to accept people for who they are, just as I was accepted for the same reasons.