This is important okay? I didn’t tell my parents I was bisexual. I remember sitting in the back of my car with a girl, we had a thing at the time, and my dad said, “Bisexual people don’t exist. You’re either straight or your gay. You have to pick one” That’s when I realized I could never tell them.
I know it’s confusing for some people to understand, but how do you think it feels for us? I’ve had people in my life who constantly wanted me to pick a side, and from my experience, it’s always been more pressure from the gay community. I’ve heard things like: I know you’re a lesbian, stop living in denial. or You haven’t found the right girl yet. But I can’t. It’s not that simple. Life isn’t black and white. If you’re bisexual you’re not confused, you’re not going through a phase, you’re not a whore. You’re a person who just wants to get by.
The most beautiful thing about this is that you can’t tell if a girl or guy wrote this until the last few lines, and I think that this perfectly describes love- that it surpasses the boundaries of gender sometimes, and that’s completely fine.
(Source: drawingthings-sketchingpeople, via daliaoroyce)