My first kiss happened in preschool, with a boy named Andy who held my hand during story time. It was not unpleasant, or even memorable beyond the fact it was my first. But it created a pattern of kissing other boys—and only boys—that lasted long into high school. Until I met Nicole. She was a short, spunky transfer student with a bleached blonde faux-hawk and an armful of rainbow bracelets. Everyone thought her tomboy wardrobe meant she was a lesbian—and they were right. The more I hung out with her, the more I developed feelings that I didn't quite understand.
What It's Really Like to Be a Bisexual Woman
30 Girls Get Real About Coming Out
Bisexuality is the sexual orientation which refers to the sexual desire for individuals of either gender or of either sex. Bisexual people fall between the two extremes of homosexuality and heterosexuality. Bisexuals are not necessarily attracted equally to both genders. Our bisexual stories will appeal to people who are curious about exploring this side of their sexuality. Read On. What happens when playful bedroom banter becomes reality on a vacation that will never be forgotten. My lovely wife, Ivy and I are your standard married couple.
"I Don't Think Bisexuality Exists:" One Girl's Story of Self-Discovery (and Kissing)
Whether you're nervous or think coming out is NBD, it'll probably be an unforgettable moment. Below, 30 people recall the moment they first discussed their sexuality with their friends, family, and therapists. The first time I came out, it was to my trans friend.
But it's worth noting that even now, perhaps especially now, many LGBT Indians are still unable to come out. And within the community, some are more invisible than others. This is the story of one such person, a bisexual woman, who wishes to remain unnamed.