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Bisexuality: IT’S NOT A MYTH

On the front page of MSN.ie yesterday the headline read “Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez confirm they are a couple”. After being spotted a basketball game kissing and being intimate, rumors began flying about that the two where an item and Michelle Rodriguez confirmed the suspected relationship to The Mirror.

I for one, think they look adorable together.

Also this week Chicago Fire actress Monica Raymund tweeted about her admiration and pride to be apart of the LGBT community. Which a few people responded saying that they think being bisexual wasn’t “queer enough” to be considered a sexuality that should be apart of the LBGT community. These type of comments enrage me, I don’t understand how people can write off bisexuality like it is a made up sexual preference. Some people like men AND women and I am among that category, which is bigger than you might think.

Bisexual people get fobbed off as being “greedy” which is such a childish argument it is almost laughable. Or most people seem to believe it to be an attention seeking status that girls throw about in order to make guys think they are edgy and hot. I am sure that there are some people out there who do that sort of thing but you can’t call every woman who announces she is bisexual, attention seeking. In my own personal opinion, love is love. Isn’t that what we are trying to explain through the gay rights movement? Bare in mind there is a “B” in LGBT for a reason. Because bisexuality is a legitimate sexual preference, not some made up mumbo jumbo to be sufficed as an excuse to seem “cool” in front of horny men or women alike.

I don’t think I have ever mentioned this openly in a blog or video but I like men and women.

I am not ashamed of that fact what so ever.

In fact, looks or gender are not that important to me.

Of course that doesn’t mean I find everyone in the world attractive! I have my preferences like anyone else. I don’t go around telling everyone about it because it’s no ones business but my own. Also, I don’t think it is a big deal! It’s a small part of who I am and I don’t let it effect how I live my life in any big dramatic way because it’s not that big of a deal. The people who love me will accept it and those who won’t can pretty much move on with their lives like I have mine. Right now I am happily with the love of my life who happens to be a man, who is understanding and accepting of me in every way.

I wrote this blog post to make a stand for the letter that rightfully belongs to me and so many others in LGBT. I was inspired by Ellen Page coming out this week and Cara & Michelle announcing their relationship to the world.

And I hope to see more female power couples in the near future. 😉

xoxo