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Hi. If you've found yourself on this site, chances are you're a bit confused. And firstly, that's okay!! When I was going through my sexuality crisis, I didn't realise how extremely common it is for other young people to feel the same way. Blogs and sites like this, as well as memes and tiktoks showed me how common it is to have a sexuality crisis. So, I'm writing this blog to try and help you other confused people out there, and also to help your realise that you're not alone :)

(My name is E and I am a bisexual 16-year-old cisgender girl [she/her]. In this blog I will share my experience of coming to terms with my sexuality, and try to give any advice I can to help you too!)

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2. A Definition of Biseuxality

Hi guys, I just read this and loved it so I thought I'd share... Robyn Ochs (an american biseuxal activist) says, "I call myself bisexual because I acknowledge that I have in myself the potential to be attracted - romantically and/OR sexually - to people of more than one sex, and/OR gender, not necessarily at the same time, not necessarily in the same way and not necessarily to the same degree." I love how inclusive this definition is! It is so enabling, and validating. I know that it

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1. YOU ARE VALID

When I first started questioning my sexuality, I was 13, and felt very alone. I was too scared to tell anyone, not necessarily because I would face homophobia, but more because I was so worried that it was just a phase. I worried that I was only questioning because I had lots of gay friends, I was worried that I didn't have enough "evidence" to qualify for any label other than straight, and I was worried that people wouldn't believe me, and would think I was just attention seeking. And for a lon

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