I’m not entirely sure, what has caught my attention lately, about the subject of bisexuality. It’s not that I think about myself as one. Albeit said, I do recall that somewhere in my mid teens, as I was surveying every hot looking guy in high school, I also dated a girl, which not to my surprise at the time, lasted one date. Looking back, at the situation, I realized girls weren’t for me, and that I was definitely all in for guys…. Why? Because I’m Gay. Now, that I’ve cleared all that up, back to the subject. After the jump, comes an interesting article from a man who takes a stand to be referred to as a Bisexual…..
I am Pansexual, I am part of the LGBTQIA+ COMMUNITY. I often feel like Pansexuality is a forgotten orientation or we are confused with being bisexual or polysexual, we are neither. Many people may believe that pansexuals think they are better than bisexuals or they may think that pansexuals think they are more superior than bisexuals. That’s not true. Being Pansexual is just a better way to define my sexual orientation and maybe other people’s sexual orientation into one term if someone asks, but for me I try not to label myself. I also think that people need to know or learn the difference between sexual orientation and sexual behavior (the act of having sex). Hope you all Enjoy or Enjoyed reading my post.
I don’t own any of the pages above. They are all just for reference.
I came across this site last week and I really like it. I’m adding them to our Poz page too:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) developed Testing Makes Us Stronger for black gay and bisexual men with input from black gay and bisexual men across the country. The goal of this national campaign is to promote HIV testing among black gay and bisexual men. Testing Makes Us Stronger aims to demonstrate that knowing one’s HIV status is important and empowering information.
There are a lot of things I like about The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Daniel Craig is always hot to look at in his underwear. Suspense thrillers are always a fun watch for me and especially so when they are well written like this one was. Additionally, any film or story that pushes envelopes or moves me out of my comfort zone and makes you really think are all big thumbs up for me. This film does all of this and then some, particularly in the realm of shining a bright light on bisexuality.
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