I wanna celebrate but freak out at the same time...

Higskee's picture

Hmph...When I first started thinking about being bi, which was about four months back, I was weirded otu and somewhat worried. So I started making myself not think about it, which in hindsight was stupid, haha. But now that I've finally just about admitted to myself that I am, in fact, bisexual, and that there is absolutely othing wrong with that...I think back to where-ever I read that admitting it to yourself is liberating and whatnot.

well, yeah it sorta is - hence why I wanna dance like a moron because I feel better and like I know myself better.

but at the same time I'm a wee bit more freaked out because I don't know how I'll take the next step and "come out" or whatever.

I don't think my friends'll be okay with it, and that's bothering me. As far as I can...well, assume...I know oly two people that would understand and still treat me like a human being.


Was talkin' to my best friend over MSN last night, and they had to pop off for sommat, during which time I just started typing something to them but without the intention of actually sending it to them. In said little blurb, I told them everything, that I'm Bi, and that I know they'll act strange and avoid me because of it. Then explained that I knew this because they're not exactly okay with any other sexual orientation than heterosexual.

If I didn't care about them all so much, I'd smack them...hahah.


Gerardo's picture


Most people accept bi girls. Just come out slowly. Like, tell those people that would accept you that you like girls also. Then, tell a little more people. Repeat.

~Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto!~