It was almost evening on a slow summer day when Jiimin declared that he and Taehyung go on a trip to down the beach to take a as Jimin put it [“An extremely romantic walk by the ocean during sunset”] walk. To which Taehyung tried to agree with equally as much enthusiasm as Jimin, though not really as he had woken Taehyung out of the comfortable nap he was taking out on the porch of their tiny busan house near the beach.
My 2019 was horrible, inside and out. Every aspect of it. I get to read my Facebook memories and just hate myself for having to go through everything I did. However, if I hadn't, I don't think I would have met the most amazing person in the world.
I was watching one of my favourite television shows - Bad Girls - over the Easter long weekend. As always, I posted on social media about my favourite Bad Girls couple; talking about how much I love them and love that they finally get together! (It ended too long ago to worry about spoilers).
Many of them accept that sexuality is a range, and that people can be pulled in to the two
sexes. This itemized rundown of well known bisexuals contains the absolute most popular
famous people who don't limit themselves to only one sexual orientation with regards to
dating. This rundown incorporates well known cross-sexual entertainers and on-screen
characters, promiscuous performers, and other open figures who distinguish as Bisexual.
Life is complicated. From a young age my life has been one complicated mess, full of challenges and changes that have molded me into what I am today.
Being transgender isn't a glamorous thing. I think a lot of people have a very long list of misconceptions about transgenderism and the LGBT community in general. Since LGBT culture has become a lot more mainstream as of late, some people have come to the very misinformed conclusion that queer identities are a passing trend. This has further advanced the stigmatizations from religious groups and people, and from right-leaning, Trump-loving people. It has also reduced queer visibility. The irony is that since queer culture is becoming more present in modern times, it's also made the actual community more invisible.
So it begins. My night out. I'd much rather be at home, sober, snuggled up in someone's arms watching Netflix. In that scenario though, I would be alone. Alone. It's a powerful word, but the word "single" just doesn't seem to be as impactful.
In January 2018, I made the decision to come out as gay on Instagram at 17 years old. As much as I wanted to do it before this point, I could never press the button because I knew there was going to be a whirlwind of change. I wasn’t ready for BLACK GAY MALE to be a part of my identity.
I'll be the first to admit that I wasn't looking for someone who identified as Gray-Sexual (Gray-A or Gray-Ace is a term used on the A-sexual Spectrum as someone who doesn't always feel sexual attraction), but I wouldn't change it for the world. It was something I had to research and ask questions about. The biggest question I had to ask myself was if this would be something I could handle. As generations pass on they seem to expand their understanding, and we create new terms to help identify us and make it simpler for the older generation. We are growing as a society to be more open-minded by each passing generation. So, why do I want to talk about this? To help people in their research and hopefully release some of the stress and concerns you might be holding onto about dating someone who is A-Sexual Spectrum.
It's not easy to know if your bi-sexual, lesbian, gay or straight or whatever route you prefer. It's even harder when your just a kid trying to figure it all out! It all starts when you start checking out the same sex as you and then you start questioning why you are doing that, your straight not a lesbian, you need to stop checking girls out or vice versa.