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Apr 16, 2014
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Let me explain sexuality to you

jessie-beth:

adeadmanandhisfriends:

Through gifs.

Everyone gets straight and gay, so I’m leaving those out.

Bisexual:

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Pansexual:

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Asexual:

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You are now informed.

Actually, this really clears it up for me.

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Apr 16, 2014
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cramp:

thequeenandthephoenix:

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troyesivan:

STILL TRUE

i appreciate that he used a black, lesbian couple and their beautiful black baby to illustrate this point because i am damn tired of neil patrick harris being the face of queer struggle

^^ exactly. It’s important.

one of the many reasons i love troye sivan

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Apr 16, 2014
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disease-we-crave:

bisexual means attracted to men and women. bilingual means you speak men and women. bichrome means having two colours, men and women.


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Apr 16, 2014
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tiorickyaoi:

I’m sick of people wrongly defining bisexuality. It’s not ‘attraction to both men and women’ it’s about being attracted to ‘bi’ things like bicycles, binoculars, bilinguals and binary coding smh

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Apr 14, 2014
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gaysexinchurch:

"fuck your traditional love!!" - a photoset containing 10 pictures all of exclusively white male homosexual couples, 6 of them being neil patrick harris 

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Apr 14, 2014
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calliecucumber:

asexualxbisexual:

bi-privilege:

i came out as bi at age 13 and almost 8 years later i still id as bi, and 80 years down the road, my fucking ghost is still going to id as bi, and i’ll be haunting assholes that say shit like “every 13 year old thinks they’re bisexual”

This is incredibly relevant for me at this very moment. My 13 year old sister just came out as bi. I also identify as bi, and before my sister came out, I had many restless nights with many nagging thoughts that she shouldn’t come out at this time in her life, for this exact reason. I will admit to you all that I even had the thought that “all 13 year olds think they’re bi”, and I came so close to saying, “No you can’t know that about yourself yet.” Even know I knew my own identity when I was younger than she is now, I still had those thoughts. My sister came out at 13 years old, and she is far braver than I was when I came out at 18. She will have to live with a weight that I dodged by barricading myself in the closet until I graduated high school. She’s begun to carry the weight that all bisexual people carry—that we are indecisive, that we are fence-sitters, that we cheat, that we can never be satisfied—and she’s doing it at a far more tender age than I could have. 

I am so proud of her, and I am so proud of every one of you who took this on at so young an age.

Good for you and your sis!

Just for contrast, while I identify as bi now… when I was 13 I was decidedly straight. The first time I had feelings for a girl I was about 17, and for years I convinced myself I was “straight with one exception”. Eventually I allowed myself to make one more exception and one more until I finally admitted I liked girls too (only to my boyfriend) at about age 23. I’m still not really out/open about it outside of Tumblr.

I just wanted to note, as a grownup who can’t be told I’m just going through a teenage phase or whatever, that while it’s awesome if you do know and are confident about your identity when you’re 13, that’s not everyone’s experience and that’s alright too. I’m proud of people who’re comfortable in spite of their youth, I just don’t like the common representation of your identity as something you’re supposed to “always have known”. Some of us didn’t. Some of us are 26 and still figuring it out. Some of us are late bloomers and didn’t even start feeling any attraction at all until high school. Some of us never feel attracted to anyone but one person, some to no one at all, and all of that is okay.

I want to encourage every person to experience whatever attraction feels natural freely and happily. There’s nothing wrong with changing your mind or your label later (or avoiding them altogether!). You’re not broken or weird or lying to yourself or going through a phase or any of that bullshit. You’re not less than someone else because it took you longer to figure out, or because you used to be something else. You’re just you, you’re allowed to change, you’re allowed to grow, you’re allowed to keep figuring yourself out.


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Apr 13, 2014
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bi-privilege:

i came out as bi at age 13 and almost 8 years later i still id as bi, and 80 years down the road, my fucking ghost is still going to id as bi, and i’ll be haunting assholes that say shit like “every 13 year old thinks they’re bisexual”

This is incredibly relevant for me at this very moment. My 13 year old sister just came out as bi. I also identify as bi, and before my sister came out, I had many restless nights with many nagging thoughts that she shouldn’t come out at this time in her life, for this exact reason. I will admit to you all that I even had the thought that “all 13 year olds think they’re bi”, and I came so close to saying, “No you can’t know that about yourself yet.” Even know I knew my own identity when I was younger than she is now, I still had those thoughts. My sister came out at 13 years old, and she is far braver than I was when I came out at 18. She will have to live with a weight that I dodged by barricading myself in the closet until I graduated high school. She’s begun to carry the weight that all bisexual people carry—that we are indecisive, that we are fence-sitters, that we cheat, that we can never be satisfied—and she’s doing it at a far more tender age than I could have. 

I am so proud of her, and I am so proud of every one of you who took this on at so young an age.

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Apr 13, 2014
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hahafunnylol:

It’s the little things that make me appreciate my friends the most.

hahafunnylol:

It’s the little things that make me appreciate my friends the most.

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Apr 13, 2014
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Anonymous asked: What is the asexual mating call

asexualfactoftheday:

A RUB A DUB DUB. SCRUB SCRUB SCRUB.


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Apr 12, 2014
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heroes-get-made:

Shout out to interracial, bisexual, pansexual, genderfluid, and otherwise “gray” or “mixed” people who get to deal with shit from pretty much every angle all while having your identity erased, ignored, or redefined for you whenever another group sees fit. I see you, love you, and want to make things better.

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