Being Bisexual is difficult only when we allow other people to have power of opinion over us. I saw someplace on here this quote today" I WOULD RATHER HAVE SOMEONE HATE ME FOR WHO I AM, THAN TO LOVE ME FOR WHO I AM NOT!!" It is sooo true that we try so hard to be accepted by people who really dont give a shit, just something to talk about...We are all unique, straight , gay , bi, all individuals that deserve respect and the right to be the person we are. It is without a doubt an uncomfortable decision to come out...but if it keeps eating at you , you gotta do what you gotta do , in order to be free.. My wish for all in this community.........is to learn to love and respect yourself and those around us.....despite the contraversy.....Being bi is not a weakness, nor is it a strength ....it just is.....who we are. GOD BLESS.
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