As we mentioned in yesterday's roundtable, it can seem like other people (especially the ones on the internet) have ~all the answers~ when that is generally and in specific here DECIDEDLY not the case. In talking about what felt special or vulnerable to share and discuss during this bi+ week, we talked about how scary and challenging it can feel to talk about what we're still unsure about or questioning when it comes to bisexuality and bi community — especially because as bi folks we often feel a specific and intense pressure to be "sure" or that we won't change our mind. Here was what came up for us - what about you?...
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