Bisexuality, even today, is still somehow frowned up. And I, for the majority of my twenties, was one of the people doing the frowning.
The point isn’t the scale of your adventure; the point is the regular practice of nurturing an adventure habit.
We’re queer above all, like it or not.
‘I’m kind of gay.’ I whispered. It was the first time I said that sentence, which would become my default sentence for coming out to anyone from complete strangers to my best friends, out loud.
We all experience sexuality a little differently.
“You have to start taking your role more seriously and act like a leader,” she said to me. “And that means dressing like one too.”
People like to have sex. There is no reason one gender should gain the acceptance of having more sex than the other.
Attraction is attraction, and you’re allowed to feel the way you do. There is no need for you to justify it, explain it to anyone else, or chastise yourself for feeling what you feel.
Now, if you’re a woman and recall back to what it was like to be an awkward teen with a just as awkward “partner,” you know just how passionate a fingering by a 14 year old can be.
I’m pansexual. And in all honesty, I do and don’t understand why this is such a hard concept for so many people to grasp.