Not only am I bisexual but
Im coming out.
I decided today would be a good day to post about it because its bisexual visibility day. And it was also around this time I first came out as bi. So now coming out as Trans around this time would be good too.
I would like to be called Jea, and have he/him pronouns used.
The occasion raises awareness about bisexuality, helps to educate the community about bisexual issues, and encourages bi people and their allies to be visible and proud of their bi identity. #bipride#bisexualpride#sexed#bisexual
My family and I were in the car the other day waiting to go into Walmart and the topic of LGBT+ people came into our convo somehow. & my dad pretty much told me that I chose to be lesbian and that I'm just doing it to be "cool". After that I told him "WHY THE FUCK WOULD I CHOOSE TO BE HARASSED, BULLIED, AND HATED?" He then went on to say that he is homophobic but not to the extreme. He said that he accepts me but of course he had to bring in religion. After that he said that if a guy and another guy were to kiss in front of him he would beat them up. Right after that he mentioned that it's wrong for LGBT+ to show affection to each other in public because kids will see. I told him that I won't let him raise my little brother to be a homophobic prick like him. I told him that kids seeing LGBT+ couples in public isn't going to do anything aside from let them know that it is okay to be who you are. I told him that when I was little and I was having feelings for other girls, I would have loved to had seen a lgbt+ couple in public because it would have helped me come out a lot sooner knowing that I wasn't alone. The next day it got really bad, he out of nowhere yelled at the table and asked me what was my problem with him because I corrected him on simple thing about a pimple. He yelled "DO YOU HAVE A FUCKING PROBLEM WITH ME NOT LIKING F**GOTS?! LEAVE THE FUCKING TABLE" so after that I decided that when I have my wedding when I come of age, he will not be invited. He will not be allowed over to see my kids. Idk, I don't want someone so negative to be in my life that much when I'm an adult and have a family.👋🏽 okay, carry on, have a good day if you are seeing this!💓👌🏽
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sept 23. bi day of visibility. every other day of the year bisexuals are invisible.
but not really. being bisexual has always been a big part of my identity and in the last few years it's been easier and easier to be more visible. not that things are perfect by any means. there are still so many strides to be taken. bigger inclusion of poc in lgtbq spaces. inclusion of trans people in those spaces. intersectionality is important .
being bisexual and identifying as a girl hasn't been the easiest, given stereotypes and preconceived notions. but im not nor will i ever be ashamed to say that i am these things. and to all others out there, you shouldn't be ashamed either.
sorry for rambling but oh well.