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Didn’t know this, thanks for sharing. I follow Premiere League and applaud the Rainbow Laces effort. I hope it helps change minds and hearts. I have observed though not much more mention of the bi part of it all, and knowing the large bi percentages that is sad for the athletes, fans and us.
Well, simply using Bisexual, Bi and Bi+ are good steps. Bringing the conversation into normalcy is the key. I worked to get a Bi Visibility day at work this past year, and the Bi’s responded well, along with the whole LGBT+/Ally Business Resource Group.
I was in line at a convenience store today, and got wind of a young man about ten feet away whispering to his friend that he noticed and was pointing out for her that I was wearing the bi pride wristband (seen in earlier photo post) and I can tell you this is the first time I’m aware that another passerby had noticed and seemed to find comfort in it. Made me feel good.
Hello, I was wondering if I could get some options/ideas on a bit of a dilemma. So I am separated from my ex and we are going through several court proceedings. Now some of these will require whiteness testimony, which may be my family. Now I have never come out to my parents, my ex knew that I am bi and I’m sure it is going to come up. How should I handle this?
I’m not out to all in my life, my wife knows, and supports my attempts at a social connection with other Bi’s, but family is limited knowledge
Hi! I’m used to forums and not so much chat rooms, and I’m professionally socially awkward, so let me know if I’m chat rooming wrong lol I learned recently about how bisexual erasure can cause or contribute to mental health problems and that hit me hard because I’ve been dealing with that for about 17 years which is how long I’ve been in the closet from everyone except my 2nd spouse. Is this a good space to talk about that stuff, or should I go to a mental health space?
I’m also married to a man. I used to identify as pansexual, but upon learning about the history of bisexuality, I think I just used that word because I had absorbed so many inaccurate stereotypes about bisexuality: for example, that it means you’re hypersexual, want attention, and even all the jokes about bisexual people “being greedy”. But we are the largest group of queer people: it’s so much more incredibly common than I previously knew. I know only you can know your own sexuality, but I hope there is some help in hearing other experiences.
With respect, I’m old and fail to see a difference between pan and bi. *adjusting granny glasses* Back in my younger days we were all bisexual.
Thanks for your story Lulu. I feel like this is important for a lot of bi women specifically
I was replying to Yeshua’s comment on bi meaning male/female, and the impact it has on the identity
I totally get where you are coming from, but I think pansexual goes being the binary of just being attracted to men and women. It’s being attracted to gender-fluid, nonbinary etc individuals.
Could you please ask your BF to find the link for your Bi watch band? I’d like to order one too
You can talk to me fs! I’m closeted too…except I honestly don’t know if I’m bi or a lesbian….
So sorry for your loss - my mother passed last week, and we’ve been working on preparations all week. Lots of happy memories as we prepare to celebrate her life after the new year. I hope you and your family can celebrate the good times.
So as a baby bi, I was researching bisexual aesthetic. (Also because I’m ADHD and hyperfocus). And realized that so much is not compatible with my sensory issues 😆 I HATE jeans on most days. I’m actually a soft dresses and leggings girl for comfort and sensory reasons. Even though I know there isn’t a “bi uniform” I thought maybe it would be fun to share our comfy favorites. For example, I do love my converse.
I understand that…I just honestly don’t know how to handle how I feel. Because I prefer woman, so at a time I identified as Omnisexual, with is basically pan but with a preference. But now I don’t know. I just don’t feel sexual attraction towards men like I used to
Well not exactly nothing…I just don’t know what I am. Like bi or lesbian…and I feel like until I know it’s nothing important
Hi Stephanie! I’m new here! I like dressing to express my enby identity and don’t usually think about my bi/pan identity when choosing clothes, but the two styles seem similar. I combine clothes made for women and clothes made for men, and I do what’s comfortable for me instead of trying to follow a set style. One of my favorite combos to wear is a long skirt with a T-shirt and a ball cap! 💜
Bi cis female Virginia.
Bi female 54 yrs old
I’m starting a BI journal to write and draw my feelings and things I’m thinking about or processing. Does anyone else here do that?
I'm a bi man living in Indiana
YEAH ITS ALL DEFINITELY BECOME MORE COMPLICATED THESE DAYS BUT I THOUGHT THAT WAS THE BEST WAY TO DESCRIBE WHAT IM INTO.BECAUSE YEAH I BELIEVE IT GOES BEYOND JUST MALE FEMALE.FIRST IM ATTRACTED TO A HUMAN AND THEIR PERSONALITY BUT I DONT CARE WHAT THEY GOT IN THEIR PANTS OR HOW YOU PORTRAY YOURSELF.IF IT WAS UP TO ME THERE WOULDN’T BE LABELS
I never used any Bi-specific apps but I had good experience on Bumble and OkCupid
If you were bi, would your husband be accepting and supportive?
Easier to show, as I’m presently wearing my favorite comfortable combination: orange adidas tiro trainer that are super comfortable, and slides with socks. It’s slides 23/7 for me. A few years ago I ditched “hard” pants like jeans in an effort to be more comfortable, it was a desire to make a change in an area of my life that I could change, if that makes sense, since there are things i can’t or don’t want to change because the risk is too great.
The funny thing is that I discovered that I was bi during the pandemic
I think preferences can shift over time as well as wax and wane. I’m less interested in men in recent years. But I’m still monogamous. Just if I got a divorce at any point I would probably be pretty *bleh* toward dating men.
Into intelligent people sounds like sapiosexual - not as a replacement for Bi, but in addition.
I'm Bi from Michigan. Anyone wanna chat?

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