ops-im-gay asked:

How did you come out?

I got in a “disagreement” with my dad, and we mutually agreed to be more honest with eachother.  I realized that if I didn’t tell him then, I wouldn’t be truly myself around him, and being true to my friends and family is really important to me. So anyways I starting crying and told him that I like girls, always have, and that if he wanted to kick me out that would be ok. And he almost started crying, and said that he would love me no matter what and that I should’ve told him a long time ago. It was super emotional.

Oh and when I came out to my friends they freaked the fuck out. And stopped talking to me for a while or said I was confused. And I just waited for them to come back to their senses and love me for me:) which they evantually did. Now all I have to do is tell my homecoming date:(

Bisexuality is a whole, fluid identity. Do not assume that bisexuality is binary or duogamous in nature: that we have “two” sides or that we must be involved simultaneously with both genders to be fulfilled human beings. In fact, don’t assume that there are only two genders. Do not mistake our fluidity for confusion, irresponsibility, or an inability to commit. Do not equate promiscuity, infidelity, or unsafe sexual behavior with bisexuality. Those are human traits that cross all sexual orientations. Nothing should be assumed about anyone’s sexuality, including your own.

The 1990 Bisexual Manifesto (via academyofbrokenhearts)