Being bi is really terrible, I wish I felt strictly gay or straight.
Dying alone sounds terrible
it's okay bi-friend. im a ugly lesbian so i will die alone with u
how do you break it to your parents that you're bi?
I'm kinda bi, which can be really confusing to people, because they always think that I have not made up my mind. Or when I say I found a girl attractive, friends freak out.
And in media there is much attention about gay coming out meme, but how do you tell to your mom your bi? And that she does not see you as either gay or confused?
>if you're gay don't date bi people, they'll always leave you to be breeder scum
>bi people always try to force the relationship to be poly and cheat anyway if they don't get it
>bisexuality isn't real
>bi people are diseased
You really haven't heard these before? You must be new here.
Being biscum is easy mode, though. You can just pretend to be straight, and when it is politically expedient, you can bring up the fact that you are a biscum and have the liberals hounddoggging your balls.
it's awful. You have all these ugly fat trainwrecks with a ton of other ugly trainwreck trannies more than happy to accept them with open arms so nobody ever tries to improve themselves. I try to have realistic standards, but it always seem like I'm picking between some obese fuck who majored in theatre or some guy in a dress working IT
You both are fucked if you think we have any type of privilege. Heteros and homos hate us for being attracted to both sexes.
>You're always seen as going through a face
>Always seen as cheaters
>'BECAUSE THAT ONE BI PERSON DID THIS TO ME, ALL PEOPLE ARE LIKE THIS" meme
>The only representation we get on on television are over-sexualized cunts that eventually 'turn straight' anyway.
>Bi-women are seen as doing it for attention, and get constantly rejected by lesbians for that fact
>Bi-males are seen as confused, and are just closeted.
>Passing meme, that's fucked.
But we totally have privilege right xD
> Dying alone sounds terrible
We all die alone m8.
My grandfather, married to my grandmother since the Eisenhower administration, died in hospice less than a month ago.
She wasn't there for him, nor will anyone be for you. :)
As to the bisexuality, what do you mean exactly?
Finding a woman is hard and therefore you result to a more palatable default?
You do not find yourself repulsed by the male form and therefore would resort to one as an outlet given no reasonable alternative?
Sounds good but it's an abomination, m8.
Fuckin' hell if it isn't so but I think that a healthy heterosexual desire for tenderness in a modern context isn't relegated to something deviant.
Doesn't give us - no homo - many options.
Anyway, I think that the superior option is to build and numb ourselves.
Now, I've been in and out of "rehab" but I nonetheless think that substance consumption is the best way is to make ourselves as strong as possible while still permitting for some form of mental silencing.
The fags on this forum are deviants. Never forget that. But don't let THEIR deviancy corrupt YOU.
Drink up and leave the faggotry to the side. Spread your genes and move on with your life.
Apart from tuning up a couple of the odd queer I knew in HS, that's how I make my peace with the tension. :)
Fur /pol/ board when?????
sfur doesn't count.
Delicious gfur like this does though.
Do you ever think about your heritage? The strong men who came before you?
I will not lie. I have jacked off to this deviancy before.
But it is abomination, make no mistake my friend.
The strong men who came before me went against the stream. I am the same.
This is a nice strong man for sure by the way.
I do worry about the whole 'experiencing both sides' thing but the main goal is to actually find someone who is interested in me in the first place ;_;
Seriously, my criteria has pretty just become "is cute, likes vidya"
I realized this a little too late.
Around this time last year I began dating a guy. I ended up letting my insecurities and anxiety dictate my life, instead of giving him everything that I had. Several months into the relationship I slipped and managed to alienate him away from me. I became a burden rather than a boon to him. He left, I gave no fight, and I didn't blame him, I was an asshole to him, attacking his insecurities one night when I got too drunk. But nevertheless I was devastated.
At that point as our relationship grew I began to realize I loved him. I could write you a book on how much I love him. From his personality, his passion, his handsomeness, truthfully I could spend hours telling people how much this guy means to me. He became my anchor, my foundation in life. I see a future in him, a world together, I even see bits and pieces of me inside him. My breakup with him was a turning point in my life. I realized I could see myself with him, I would even come out to my family for him and take that leap that I wouldn't alienate them as well, to which was my biggest fear since I saw what happened to the person I loved when he came out.
I have truly alienated him. After several months he's with another person, whom has his heart, another person who he gave a second chance too-while I didn't receive that second chance. Even after that guy treated him like shit, much akin to what I did. I know I am not entitled to a second chance or anything from this person, however it's soul crushing. I haven't felt this terrible in years, my stomach is queasy, I have trouble sleeping, I'm devastated.
I could go on. I could fill up an entire thread by myself on this. I know that this is all of my fault and I have tried everyday to make amends to him and myself, but nothing has worked. I think I've managed to push him farther away from me. So I don't know what to do, I guess I have to stop talking to him and find something else to focus all of my time on.
Both can be true.
Bisexuals face a lot of that ugly shit you're talking about, but a bisexual person in a het-parterned relationship benefits enormously. Anyone that doesn't acknowledge that should probably get their head out of their ass. It's annoying that people would label me straight based on my SO but I don't have the audacity to pretend I have it worse than homosexual couples.
Well, if he is the love of your life, you shouldn't give up on him, especially if he loves you back. But take some time for yourself and allow things to cool down.
Or do something romantic.
I dunno, it's probably terrible advice, but you should know what's best for you.
You sound like a whiny little bitch. You're bi. You're potential dating pool is literally all the people attracted to your gender. The rest of us homos don't have that luxury, fucking take advantage of what you have.
Where I live the /lgbt/ meme of "LOL bis are sluts XXXXD" doesnt exist.
It really is just a meme as far as Im am concerned.
In fact it seems virtually every LGBT person is Bisexual. Out of like 15 I know only 2 are filthy monosexuals.