Mey Rude got in bed with me and we answered all of your questions on bisexuality. We even let you know if we are real or not…
“There are people who, when I say I have a chronic illness and try to talk about it, will be like ‘Well, you’re just an adult now.’ I mean, yes, but also, this is real. It does keep me at home a lot. I do have a weakened immune system. I’m not making this up.”
Join us as we discuss this trailer for a Charlize Theron movie about a bisexual superspy who kills, just in the space of the trailer, about a dozen men with her hands before making out with a hot French lady spy.
How a a 28-year-old white genderfluid bisexual in recovery from an eating disorder/anxiety/depression does polyamory.
“We met on the first day of high school. I was drawn to her for some reason. She was reading; that might have been it. She had glasses; that could have been it, too.”
How a newly-into-ladies 32-year-old multiracial cis queer lady in a big blue city in the deep red American South does poly.
“You can just NOT LIE.”
“I sent a short, simple message saying that although I didn’t realize it fully until recently, I was indeed bisexual, that this was an undeniable part of my identity, and I could no longer comfortably hide this fact.
He never responded.”
This morning, at the 40 to None Summit to benefit LGBT homelessness, the gorgeous and talented Sara Ramirez showed up to introduce us to her fantastic new buzz cut and her intersectional truth: she’s the multi-racial daughter of immigrants, and she’s bisexual.
Kate Brown, Oregon’s current governor, has already made a mark in history; she’s one of the few openly bisexual women in public office in the US. This week, she came out as a survivor of domestic violence during a debate with her Republican opponent, Dr. Bud Pierce.
“Being queer, Asian-American, femme, and gray ace — this is my identity and I get to choose what that means to me.”
Most of this is written by bisexual people, some is written by allies of ours on topics related to bisexual representation or experience, some is written by super amazing famous people like Roxane Gay or our interview with Mara Wilson; all of it is great.
Let’s celebrate Celebrate Bisexuality Day aka Bi Visibility Day aka the best day of the year with some self love, encouragement and brilliance from these youth.
It’s a bright, magnificent purple, which I think is the color of every bisexual’s soul.
“I feel as if I am filled to the brim, fit to spill, with how much I love her and how much I resent being a secret. It makes me feel invisible and alone but I stand by her. I stand by her until I can’t anymore. When we break up, I am more determined than ever to come out to my father.”
Featuring: Evan Rachel Wood, Kate McKinnon and Stephanie Beatriz!
Lord Ivar Mountbatten, cousin to Queen Elizabeth, has become the first member of the British Royal Family to come out.
“Being Queer is not about who you’re with, it’s about who you are.”
“KT Tunstall is, it turns out, definitively straight. She is thankful for her lesbian following, but she’s not a lesbian. She kissed and possibly did other things with girls when she was young, and it was not “just a phase,” but also, at the same time, she is heterosexual.”
The star of the Disney Channel’s Shake it Off, a dance show co-starring Zendaya, answered a fan who sent the question “are you bisexual?” with a simple “yes.”