I'm so weird lol.
I wear pretty much everything graphic-tee from the men's section at target or other stores. But when I'm online, any avatar, photo, or character I create is super girly. I love vivid colors and love brightness and glitter, and my friend that I'm crushing on is super cute and I love her pretty braided hairstyles. Too bad she's straight ; Girls are just so pretty. It wasn't until I realized you can like girls that I knew it.
I always thought "maybe I'll find the right man at some point. I'm so weird, I'll be grateful to find any girl. Hey there! I love you and you're doing a great job! No matter if you turn out gay, straight, pan, bi, trans, ace, aro, i love you and admire that you had the courage to try to understand yourself. Don't let hateful people get you down! Not your babe Why is everyone here 11 or 13??? Omg hahah lmao. Jill Recently Out Queerness to me is healing.
Healing of toxic masculinity. Queerness can have the ability to help you see your body as a beautiful one. It is radical while also intimately personal. It can be ambiguous and unclear, without needing to be boxed or follow any rules.
It is beautiful and difficult at the same time. I love my queerness and I love being with a man. Those for me can exist happily together. This post originally appeared on Wear Your Voice. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.
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My attraction is more physical, emotional, and sensual than exclusively sexual. I had my first homosexual experience when I was abused as child. I came out as gay in my early 20s, then dated men as it seemed much easier and hid my attraction to women for most of my 20s. In my early 30s, I identified as mostly gay to my friends and colleagues, again, despite being married to a man. Binaries have only served to divide us, making sexuality something that needs to be declared as gay or straight for people to be able to put us into boxes or pigeon-holes, as Kinsey would have said.
And all this while having a healthy sexual relationship with my husband. Sexuality, like the other senses changes dynamically and over time. Although I can recognise an attractive woman, I have never been sexually attracted to one, only to men. I would therefore rate myself as exclusively homosexual. Because I am one end of the spectrum, I find it difficult to imagine a continuum.
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To me falling in love involves sexual attraction and for me that is only ever going to be with men. I have always been attracted to my own sex. I feel no sexual or romantic attraction whatsoever to the opposite sex. When I was a teenager I learnt, through the bigotry of the people around me, that my attraction towards other boys was wrong and that I was a pervert: a homosexual. In the early nineties, living in the shadow of the Aids epidemic, educated under the restrictions of Section 28 and before the age of the internet how was I to know any better other than the courage of my own convictions?
I felt like, and to this day as far as I know, I was the only gay in the village. For me there was never a question about my sexuality, the only really decision was if I was going to be honest with myself and those around me. This was, in the face of such open bigotry, no easy choice and not one made without a price to be paid. I welcome the fact that the generation that followed mine was able to make freer choices to be themselves and not be so constrained by the hostility I grew up in.
Nobody ever wants to be placed in a box. I never did. I just wanted to live my life and love whom I wanted to.
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