Coming out as bisexual can be daunting. Whether you're not sure if your family will accept you, not sure if who you're telling will actually believe that bisexuality is a valid identity it is , or if you're not sure you're ready to recognize your sexuality yourself, there's a lot at play. But if there's one thing to remember, it's that you're not alone. There are many, many people who have come out as bisexual, and during bisexual awareness week, some of them told their own coming out stories on Twitter, revealing some wisdom we can all use.
An evening with a seasoned bisexual couple Sex with my friend Debbie and her Husband Slutty daughter finds out her dad is Bi and gets things started with her gay boss A horse ride turns into a wild, erotic, bisexual adventure Chapter 2 in a series regarding the bisexual transformation of a man
In this week's Sex Talk Realness, four anonymous women get real about what it's really like to be a bisexual female in this day and age. Woman A: Twenty-eight. Woman B: Twenty-one. Woman C: Twenty-two.
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