Every person I have talked to or met can relate to these 3 things on some level. This part especially rings true: We all have a desire to be seen, heard & loved! We all want to be loved, to be accepted by this we care about and to be heard. To know our voice holds value. You cannot make everyone happy but you can make yourself happy! Love yourself, see yourself and hear your heart and the rest of the world will follow you lead 💜
Day 11: How I discovered my Identity
Long story short:
I grew up thinking I could only love boys. Thinking that this was the right thing. I still think it's okay. I grew up with the image of a strong husband who protects me and stuff. As I grew older I also grew an interest in Girls. I thought this was normal. Normal as in like: I can admire a girl but I don't have to fall in love with her. Until I fell in love with a close friend. We did everything together and we're so close that I slowly developed a crush on her. After a while we stopped seeing each other and it Kinda faded away. But I never stopped seeing girls the way I saw them after that. I thought that it's still okay to admire girls. And then the internet came. I learned about our community and that what I felt was okay and a thing other people feel to. So I finally understood.
And then I identified as Bisexual!
After a year or so sex was a theme that went around school. I heard stories and stuff and the more I thought about Sex, I found it more and more disgusting. Only thinking about it makes me uncomfortable and I sometimes wanna throw up, even if that sounds very exaggerated but it is the truth. If you like it that's fine but I find it disgusting.
And after realising I don't want to have sex I identified as Ace/Biromantic, so that's that!
So so proud of those guys and the show they put on for the opening of @brunomars
Thousand thanks to @tautuareed for the care package and getting to be a part of another major milestone for @commonkings and @thegreen808
Hana hou 🙌🏼
Hello all you polyam (and polyam supporting) people! There's been a big jump in the number of younger people checking out this account. I want to say something quickly to all of you, something I wish someone had told me a little earlier: There is nothing wrong with you or the way that you feel. Having to mask aspects of who you are can be so isolating at times but there is a huge community of people who all felt the same way, who are now living happy lives, whether it be no partner, one partner or more. You are not a bad person for feeling love in a way someone else may not understand. You are not defined by what others think of you, instead define yourself by your actions and all the love you put into this world.
Check out the crazy talented "denimcatfish" on Tumblr!
I keep thinking about how every part of your life gets better when you choose authentic and open communication. Choose to have the difficult conversations but they lead to more growth! And a relationship is dead if it has no growth.
I am here to give, give knowledge, give support, give love until you are able to give it to yourself and to give you strength. My passion runs through my veins when it comes to helping women with their sexuality, every since I can remember it is something I have been passionate about. I’ve been helping my friends from the age of 18 and up get right with their sex. Let’s get right girl! Let’s have fun and learn some things while we are at it!
I’ve always said my favorite part of being polyamorous is watching the people I love care for one another. It makes me so happy seeing my girls getting so close. #lovedoesnotdivideitmultiplies#polypride
You do you boo! I know I say it alllll the time but it’s true. Who cares if other people get their panties in a knot! Have fun, love on your terms. Live life in your terms and I promise it will be bomb as f**k! 💥💎