Choke me, like you hate me
But you love me
Lowkey, wanna date me
When you fuck me
Choke me, like you hate me
But you love me
Lowkey, wanna date me
When you fuck me
It’s Day Two of our Owl Series so you know what that means: time for all our bisexuals to shine!
(Also, friendly reminder: The bi in bisexuality doesn’t mean that bisexuals are limited to the two options proposed by the heteronormative gender binary. It just means that they are attracted to at least two genders. Have a lovely day! 🥰)
how get girlfriend? how get pretty girl like me??? how get beautiful woman to love goblin me????
Haha funky meet the artist let’s go
omg this is so cute!!!!!
look, headcannon dazai as bisexual all you’d like, but we all know he’s die-sexual
Growing up, my whole family preached that lesbians weren’t really lesbians. Instead, they were straight women who were too ugly or had terrible personalities, so no man would want them and they couldn’t find a man to love them. This was drilled into my head.
Imagine my confusion and upset when I began having feelings and experiencing attraction for other women. I thought it meant I was too ugly to get a man. I was just lonely so my subconscious was trying to find love in women. That must mean I was unlovable because I couldn’t get a man and I was lonely and looking at women instead.
But guess what? Straight men are a dime a dozen. I’m not lonely. It’s not a matter of whether I can “get a man,” it’s a matter of the fact I’m legitimately attracted to women.
And that’s something I have to continuously work on fixing in my mind and limbic system until I can accept it without invalidating or questioning myself and my attraction.
Internalized homophobia, self-hatred, and homonegativity (by whatever name you call it) are a bitch and put you through a roller coaster of feelings and self-doubt. But you’re not any less valid, even if you’re still trying to sort these feelings out.
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any queer girls that are interested in shows and fandom in arizona? I try group chats but no one’s from here and the girls I met on here either hate my city of phoenix or I get racist vibes from.
made this rant once but i was on pinterest and kept seeing ace humor that thought of us like we can’t feel romantic attraction </3
to be asexual
aka we don’t wanna fuck you
(some aces do though they’re still valid <3)
to be AROMANTIC
not all aces are also aro.
so stop fucking interpreting it that way
bonus: you can be ace and another sexuality – like i’m omniromantic asexual.
This is a cosplay I did of the cover art character from Natti’s album Still Motion!
Hows my life going, you say?? I’m getting gayer thats for sure
I hereby claim Taylor Swift for the bisexuals because I Think He Knows sounds like all my crushes on boys but Folklore and Evermore sounds like all my crushes on girls
Ok, ok, but like what if you and I maybe hold hands and dance to our favourite song under the stars and, and what if at our favourite part of the song I happen to go down on one knee and um, kinda, sorta propose to you? 🥺👉🏼👈🏼
We’re starting off with a bang lol enjoy.
The only friends I’ve ever had were online friends, and fourteen year old me wasn’t good at picking them. Everyone was my friend, even those who I should’ve avoided. I was led astray by them between the ages of fourteen and sixteen. I never lost my faith completely, but I did take on a few of their more secular, liberal views. One of those being that homosexuality or gay marriage was perfectly okay. I had gay and trans friends, they were amazing. I thought, “this is normal, how could God say this is a sin?” I believed the progressive idea that it wasn’t a sin and my religious ed teachers were just liars or bigots. It completely messed up my relationship with God and I made a LOT of excuses.
However, sometime after I was Confirmed when I was sixteen (I definitely shouldn’t have been Confirmed with my mindset at the time, I wish I had made my mother call it off but she just wanted to get it over with), I started to fully understand what the Catholic Church believed. I started to follow a few Catholic accounts on Instagram little by little, I discovered the wonderful Catholic Answers website, and I did a small amount of research. When I discovered that homosexuality was a sin, I shared it online. I lost a LOT of friends but that’s really when I started to stand up for what I believed in. It was scary and sad and I got so much hate from people I respected and loved. But I stood by the truth anyway. It felt weird, but right. However, pea brain me didn’t fully understand HOW homosexuality was a sin. I figured anyone gay wouldn’t go to Heaven. Having the temptation was enough to go to Hell. So, when I started to experience same sex attraction, I was terrified.
I was seventeen or eighteen, and I had a big attachment to a fictional character in a show I was watching. I’m not going to say who, it doesn’t really matter. But I loved her. I didn’t realize what was going on at first, and I was very confused. But when I did figure it out, I completely shut down. I refused to address how I felt and just brushed it off, I’ve looked up to female characters in the past and I didn’t want to see it as anything else. But the thoughts that I kept shoving back kept annoying me, creeping up to bug me. I started to notice a pattern, other small attachments to other celebrities or characters, that started in 2016 when I was sixteen years old. So eventually, I just accepted it. And I accepted I’d be going to Hell. It really upset me. But as I started to follow more Catholic accounts in Instagram, such as Catholic Teen Posts and Cathoholicism (yes, that is how it is spelled), I slowly started to learn different. And I did more research. You see, my temptation, how I felt, wouldn’t get me thrown in Hell. It was the action. I am attracted the both men and women, so as long I veered away from same sex relationships, and avoided temptation, I’d be good. I was still very uncomfortable with the acceptance of it, and truly didn’t fully accept it until probably, shoot, 2019? When I found Manny Gonzalez’s Instagram account (callmemannyyy), who was very outspoken with his ssa. But I still didn’t like talking about it. My family still doesn’t know, and truly I have no desire to tell them as to me it seems irrelevant since I’m still attracted to men and I’m not using a lack of that to justify my reason for not being in a relationship or possibly staying single for my entire life. Up until now, the only people who knew are a few trusted online friends.
What helped me to understand and accept my ssa were people like Manny who were outspoken and shared their story. That’s why I felt like this was important, even though my story isn’t nearly as interesting as his.
I have accepted my attraction towards women, I have chosen to turn away from that life and the “bisexual” label, instead turning towards God, and I am happy. Is it easy? Absolutely not. But we weren’t made for taking the easy path in life. We were made for greatness. This is a cross I must bear, and I bear it with only a great love for God in my heart, and I pray that you can do the same.
I need advice.
what’s the difference between intense platonic love and actually being in love with someone because I convinced myself that I’m in love with someone but these days I’m starting to think: is it actually love or is it that they’re my best friend and I like them like that? I am so conflicted and this is on my mind every other day. why am I like this :/ - 🍓
Some people say that bisexuals date everyone but that is NOT TRUE!!!! We actually date NO ONE, and instead form intense parasocial relationships with Youtubers, Voice Actors, and Fictional Characters!!!!