This is What Every Curious Girl πŸ€“ Should Know about Her Sexuality πŸ‘« πŸ‘¬ πŸ‘­ ...


Now that America has officially made same-sex marriage legal, it's time to talk about sexuality. We all know that love is love, no matter which genders are involved, but how much do you really know about your own sexuality? If you don't know much, don't stress, because here are a few things that you'll know from here on out:

1. You Don't Need to Know What You Are

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Don't stress yourself out over trying to figure out if you're a lesbian, bisexual, or if you fit into any other sexual category. It doesn't actually matter if you know what to call yourself. You're going to develop crushes on certain people and be disgusted by other people. Stop trying to put yourself into a specific category, and just learn to be comfortable liking whomever you end up liking.

Bisexuality is More Common than You Think


Tarryn-Lea May
Straight...I know for a fact. Because a few years ago when I was younger. A friend of mine which is a girl kissed me, because she was/is Bisexual I'm pretty sure. (But I didn't like it) so I know I'm ...
I'm not really religious. I haven't been since I was very young but this is something that has become a motto to me. Not because it's from the bible but because it rejects hatred and cruelty. It's something that can hold meaning to anyone, religious or not
"Love does no harm to its neighbor, therefore love is the fulfillment of the law" Romans 13:10
It's always important to know who you are. Without your identity, one will be lost and how poor that soul can be. Your identity? You are loved, cared and blessed. ❀️
Good article, just be sure to avoid calling transgender people 'transgendered.' It's an adjective, not a verbπŸ‘Œ
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Please be respectful. You don't have to agree but it doesn't mean you have to be rude.
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For all the people who have and are going to comment: Β β€œYou are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant.”Harlan Ellison
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