Posts tagged bisexual
Torn Between Two Genders: Why Bisexuality Is Threatening My Relationship

I’ve been in a committed relationship with my beautiful fiancé for 4 years. When we met and began dating I never expected us to one-day be engaged to marry…and yet here I am, planning a lifetime together with another woman. 

From the outside, our relationship appears to be a magical gay fairytale: two beautiful women fall in love and live happily-ever-after with daughter and dog. In reality, it’s not always that straight-forward, in fact our relationship goes through major ups and downs, just like any other couple.

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Marriage Equality: It's Time

On the agenda over the last week has been the recent change in legislation in the U.S., whereby they became the 21st country to legalise same-sex marriage nationwide. Congratulations and about time too… now it’s time for Tony Abbott and the rest of our homophobic citizens to harden up and put an end to the appalling discrimination and homophobia that is alive and well in Australia.

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50 Shades Of Gay

Photographer iO Tillett Wright grew up between genders and sexualities. She's shot 2,000 people who consider themselves somewhere on the LBGTQ spectrum and asked many: can they assign a percentage to how gay or straight they are? Most people consider themselves to exist in the grey areas of sexuality, which presents a real problem when it comes to discrimination. Because where do you draw the line? (Filmed at TEDxWomen.)

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I Never Thought I Would Fall In Love With A Woman ... Until I Met You

As a young woman I experimented with my sexuality freely, openly and with confidence.  When reflecting on my first sexual experience it was with a girl, we were both 14 years old.

Entering womanhood I found myself enjoying sex with both men and women, but mostly men.  I was lucky enough to fall in love with more than one man during my twenties and at age 24 I was blessed with becoming a Mum to my beautiful daughter.  I was in a loving relationship and happy and yet I knew deep down that I still had more to experience, more to explore. 

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