J&J Chats: I might be a lesbian

The title says J and J chats. I was bisexual, but now I think I could be a lesbian.

Advice seeker tries to come to terms with being a lesbian, which is difficult due to some intersectionality with regards to race. Welcome to J&J Chats! A series of advice and discourse discussions from J (Jess) & J (Jas, aka, my girlfriend). Read all chats here. Read a similar chat about “bisexual or lesbian” here. […]

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: Bisexual wonderland

The blog logo has a bisexual pride banner behind it. The title states, bisexual wonderland, bisexuals and their laptops.

For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to 5 posts for today (Sept 23rd). Buckle up for some bi visibility! This interview of TJ, a bisexual nonbinary person and creator of the Fan Wonderland podcast, discusses their journey with gender/sexuality identities as a person with Asperger’s. (Read […]

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: Collecting kisses

The blog logo has a bisexual pride banner behind it. The title states, collecting kisses, bisexuals and their laptops.

For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to 5 posts for today (Sept 23rd). Buckle up for some bi visibility! This post by Lexi N reflects on her budding bisexuality from a young age. (Read all posts in the series here.)

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: I’m a bi kinda guy

The blog logo has a bisexual pride banner behind it. The title states, quote, i'm a bi kinda guy, end quote, bisexuals and their laptops.

For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to 5 posts for today (Sept 23rd). Buckle up for some bi visibility! This post by Steph Kyriacou follows his bisexual journey from his first coming out to his most recent. (Read all posts in the series here.)

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: More than one

The blog logo has a bisexual pride banner behind it. The title states, more than one, bisexuals and their laptops.

For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to 5 posts for today (Sept 23rd). Buckle up for some bi visibility! 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 […]

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: Coming out as a Christian

The blog logo has a bisexual pride banner behind it. The title states, coming out as a christian, bisexuals and their laptops.

For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to 5 posts for today (Sept 23rd). Buckle up for some bi visibility! This post by Nanci examines her relationship with God under the lens of her bisexuality. (Read all posts in the series here.)

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: Push-ups and alcohol–a sexual awakening

The blog logo has a bisexual pride banner behind it. The title states, push ups and alcohol, a sexual awakening, bisexuals and their laptops.

For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to Monday the 23rd. Buckle up for some bi visibility! This post by Charli Cox describes the moment of her sexual awakening and how she’s come to terms with it. (Read all posts in the series here.)

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: The table in the back

The blog logo has a bisexual pride banner behind it. The title states, the table in the back, bisexuals and their laptops.

For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to Monday the 23rd. Buckle up for some bi visibility! This post by Alicyn McNally describes the first moment she acknowledged her identity, and how this moment helped her grow into accepting bisexuality. (Read all posts in the series here.)

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: Tangled in Catholic Roots

The blog logo has bisexual pride colors behind it, pink, purple, and blue. The title states, tangled in catholic roots, bisexuals and their laptops.

For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to Monday the 23rd. Buckle up for some bi visibility! 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 […]

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J&J Chats: Coming out later in the relationship

The title image states, J and J chats, coming out later in the relationship.

Welcome to J&J Chats! A series of advice and discourse discussions from J (Jess) & J (Jas, aka, my girlfriend). Topics sent anonymously via curious cat. Current topic: A lesbian coming out later as bisexual in a relationship or vice versa.

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Support LGBTQ Creatives: Alicyn McNally

The title states, support lgbtq creatives, alicyn McNally, artist.

Welcome to the last series of Pride month! All this week, I will be sharing blog posts featuring different LGBTQ artists in a range of disciplines. Check out all the LGBTQ Creatives worthy of support here!

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That Time I Got Trapped In Labels

A character is surrounded by 4 labels, as follows. Label 1 states, hello my label is bisexual. Label 2 states, hello my label is lesbian. Label 3 states, hello my label is gay. Label 4 states, hello my label is queer.

Hey gang! Today I’m talking identity labels: The good, the bad, and the hardships of label navigation. Here is my (ever-changing?) label story.

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