Bisexuals and Their Laptops: Growing up Bi

The blog log has a bisexual pride banner behind it. The title states, growing up bi, 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, follows their experience growing up without the language to express their attraction to men and women. (Read all posts in the series here.)

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How to Dress Gay (pt. 5): Gay tees and rainbows

The title states, how to dress gay, 5.

The Gay Dress Code wasn’t working as obviously as I’d wanted at the time, so I resorted to some obvious, but still lowkey additions to my wardrobe. (Part 5/6. Start from the beginning here.)

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100th post on AL&HL

The title states, one hundredth A L and H L post giveaway. Beside the title is a photo of buttons with the blog logo and title.

This is my 100Th post with A Lesbian and Her Laptop! Let the appreciation begin! (Don’t miss my button giveaway!)

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July Review

The image title states, July review of a lesbian and her laptop.

Monthly reviews recaps blog post activity on “A Lesbian and Her Laptop,” personal updates, and what’s coming up for the blog next month.

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People & Pride: From Twitter to IRL (the one about Alicyn)

The image states the following. People and pride with my twitter to IRL friend.

I met one of my closest IRL friends through Twitter and no she’s not a middle-aged male serial killer in disguise. Welcome back to People & Pride, a nonchronological series that examines the impact my identity has on personal relationships and vice versa. You can read posts of People & Pride here.

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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: LESS BEINGS (Band)

The title states, support lgbtq creatives, less beings, band.

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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Support LGBTQ Creatives: Stephanie (Writer/Designer)

The title states, support lgbtq creatives, Stephanie, writer and designer.

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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Support LGBTQ Creatives: Queerfully (Podcast)

The image states, Support LGBTQ creatives, queerfully, podcast. The queerfully logo is a retro TV with antennaes and rainbow TV bars.

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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Support LGBTQ Creatives: Micki Marina (Poet)

The image states, support lgbtq creatives, Micki Marina, poet. A book cover states, goddess of the moon, poetry by micki marina. The book cover has 3 moon phases as follows. First cresent, full, last cresent.

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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My Identity Journey

There are 4 pride flags, as follows. Gay, lesbian, asexual, bisexual.

Questioning my identity was a long process through my late teenage years and continued up until fairly recently. And although I always expect to self-reflect on my identity, it’s no longer out of fear. Instead, it’s out of love and pride. (1/5).

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May Review

The blog logo, a laptop with a rainbow display, is at the center. Above the laptop states, may review of a lesbian and her laptop.

Monthly reviews recaps blog post activity on “A Lesbian and Her Laptop,” LGBTQ+ content to look for, personal updates, and what’s coming up for the blog next month.

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A Note from 2017 Me

Graphic stars are arranged in the Aries constellation. Below this, the image states, Dear Jess.

In 2017, I wrote letters for myself in 2019 for each period of the zodiac signs. I read this late, but in Aries, I talked about meeting my friend, Liz, and bonding over our gayness. Plus some words of wisdom from my past self that I needed at this time.

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