June 27, 2017
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Tag Archives: bisexuality

Bi People At Pride

So Pride Month is already upon us. A bunch of cities have already started throwing their Pride festivals. Meanwhile LA’s in this upcoming weekend, and Will and I are going to be marching in the parade! I’m absolutely thrilled that we’ll be doing this for the first time together, especially now that we’re husbands. But I’ve been reading a lot ... Read More »

This Is Who I Am. Not What I Am.

This was absolutely too awesome to not share. Tré Melvin runs a (hugely successful) YouTube channel called ThisIsACommentary and, like his channel name suggests, makes a few statements about coming out as bisexual. Coming out is difficult, coming out as bisexual is even moreso, but coming out to a YouTube audience of nearly 2M who expects you to act a ... Read More »

Struggling with Sexuality Labels, Vol. 2

RJ this question is for you since you use the label of bisexual to help people understand where you are coming from. My name is Dan and I have been a long time watcher of yours on youtube. I’ve come out to all my friends, parents and sibling, and two cousins as gay. I’m 22 years old but lately I ... Read More »

From One Parent to Another: RJ’s Dad

As some of you may remember, we posted an article here on our blog that was written by Will’s mom, and basically asked her to give her thoughts on her son’s sexuality and coming out and so on. We received such a positive response that we decided to do it again. This time, we asked my dad to weigh in ... Read More »

Struggling with Labels

Hi Will and RJ! I just wanted to ask you about something I’ve been kind of struggling with for a while. I hear a lot of LGBT people say that they’ve been sure of their sexuality since they were really little, but I’ve just never been quite positive. I’m 18 now, and back when I was 15/16 I had a ... Read More »

Bye-Bye, Biphobia

Ever since I started slowly coming out as bisexual to my friends, I’ve dealt with an onslaught of unintentional biphobia. Common comments I receive range from monossexism remarks about being “just a lesbian” or “just straight”, to the most hurtful, being told by a close friend that she doesn’t believe that bisexuality exists. Most people that I confront about their ... Read More »

Shep689: A Gay in the Life