This page hosts all of the posts on queer identities. Most of these stories are from guest writers during awareness days, shedding light on different identity navigation stories. (My identity journey: From not-straight to asexual to bisexual to queer to lesbian.)
Lesbian Visibility Week
This image-rich narrative uncovers the difficulty of finding identity amidst past trauma and newfound love.
This post describes a lesbian coming out during class at a Jewish private school (Ally Hills style).
A recounting of coming out to her parents delves into the intersection of lesbian, ace, and trans identities.
A disconnect with childhood stems from an uncovered lesbian journey and roots in Ireland’s Roman Catholicism.
This post will simply make you laugh as a lesbian mom in a rural community tries to determine if her new neighbors are also lesbians.
This narrative reveals the challenges of settling into her lesbian and Jewish identities.
- The (Sometimes Accurate) Lesbian Stereotypes by Jazmine – This post gives a humorous take on all the lesbian stereotypes.
- So Are You Actually a Lesbian by Courtney – How a lesbian navigates identity when her partner comes out as nonbinary.
- Power in Labels by Lauren – How different labels can empower a person.
- Lesbian Sex, Dating and Disability by Suzie – What it’s like in the lesbian dating world for disabled lesbians.
Bisexual Awareness Week
This post, from an anonymous author, tells the story of their Catholic upbringing, and how this has impacted the relationship with their parents as they came to realize their bisexuality.
This post, from an anonymous author, follows their experience growing up without the language to express their attraction to men and women.
This post from Hannah considers the impact her mother had on her bisexual identity journey.
This post from Alicyn describes the first moment she acknowledged her identity, and how this moment helped her grow into accepting bisexuality.
This post by Charli recalls the moment of her sexual awakening and how she’s come to terms with it.
This post by Nanci examines her relationship with God under the lens of her bisexuality.
This post (by an anonymous a cisgender woman of Asian descent in her 30s) carries us through the journey of her bisexuality into adulthood and her marriage.
This post by Steph follows his bisexual journey from his first coming out to his most recent.
This post by Lexi N reflects on her budding bisexuality from a young age.
This post by TJ discusses their journey with gender/sexuality identities as a person with Asperger’s.