This Is My Story

I always been bisexual since I was around 13. I like just anyother kid I liked to look at naked pic's of people in magazine both guys and other girls. But well growing up I knew my parents view's of this subject and my 2 older sister had the same views as them. But a few years ago I had my first sexual experience with another female. Which I loved it so much that I keep doing it with the same sex. Just a few night's ago I told my parents that I was bisexual. They toke it better then I thought they would they just told me no matter what I do i'm still their daughter and they love me no matter what I do. And know every my older sisters know which they dont mind case they say i'm still their baby sister.  

astewart astewart
18-21, F
9 Responses Mar 10, 2010

Thats awesome! I'm happy for ya. I can't tell my family or most of my friends that i'm bi because I know they would look at me differently and be weirded out because thats how things are around here where i live. :( only ppl who know are my boyfriend and my one bi friend who is still young and naive....she's going through the whole teen angst thing.)

Thats awesome! I'm happy for ya. I can't tell my family or most of my friends that i'm bi because I know they would look at me differently and be weirded out because thats how things are around here where i live. :( only ppl who know are my boyfriend and my one bi friend who is still young and naive....she's going through the whole teen angst thing.)

Well done. I am 35 and still can not tell people how I really feel and what I really like.

Congrats on your family embracing your sexuality. Most people (myself included) don't have that luck or happiness. Anytime i try to talk to anyone in my family with exception of my father about my sexuality, they tell me its only a phase and to shush because they don't wanna hear about it. I'm here for you if you need to talk xoxo Dee

{{{HUGS}}} I'm so glad you had this positive experience with your parents!

Hello Verjim...no need to tell your parents if they don't need to know...as long as you are having fun...I see that you like all the same kinda things that I do...fun huh???

hello...i am a 66 year old bi-sexual man...and...i love it<br />
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i think that bi's get the best of both worlds and no matter where you go, there is usually always someone to try and get it on with...it's so much fun drawing them out and getting them to finally have some fun with you<br />
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a lot of guys start off so macho, but in time, even some serious looking guys get into the 'swing" of things...go for it...luvya

There's absolutely nothing wrong with being different or even being bisexual for that matter. I'm really glad to hear such a positive outcome from this. Too many children are afraid to tell their parents and/or "come out" in fear of how they may be viewed or the way the people receiving the news might react. I'm glad this was not one of those cases! Be yourself, you are wonderful, I'm sure. After all, all you can be is you! All the best! *hugz*

I know how you feel on the subject, I was afraid to tell my mother that i was bisexual for fear that she would disown me...lol it turned out in the end she had known all along and was just waiting for me to come tell her myself.