Why Go Bi?

 Who is the old comedian that said being Bi doubles your chances of having a date on Friday night? LOL, it is so true! In all seriousness I believe that you have no control over who you fall in love with and it would be silly to limit your heart because someone is the same sex as you are. I am currently dating a woman, and I have to say that I still have fear about living "that sort of life". We face dirty looks, rude comments, and even stuff being chucked at us for simple acts of PDA. Kissing in the pool nearly incited a riot the other day, and I really don't think it is fair. I feel that I live in a pretty liberal town, and if I still get crap here I FEAR rural America! :( That totally sucks!

CaseyGwynn CaseyGwynn
22-25, F
4 Responses Jul 7, 2009

Woody Allen

Follow your heart and do what feels good to you. There are so many close minded, scared people in this world and they will drag you down if you let them. Stay positive and don't change because someone else wants you to.

I agree 100%. You only have to be true to yourself; not the world of others.

Rodney Dangerfield was the comedian

i think it may have been freud who claimed we are all born bi. <br />
whatever who ever it was they made a good point. its only though social conditioning that most people will only go with the oposite sex.<br />
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have a good time friday night XD