Veronika. 20. Ithaca, NY. Massive dork. Tends to blog sometimes. My favorite fandoms are Disney and Buffy/Firefly/Angel but you'll see a bit of everything here!
Are there any bisexuals out there willing to talk to me/give advice (lesbian or gay works out too if you’ve been in similar situations)?
I’m a 20yo bi female and have been in a relationship for the past four months with a woman and it’s going wonderfully. Unfortunately my parents haven’t been all that supportive. I came out as bisexual 5 months before entering this relationship and it’s my first relationship with someone the same gender as me (and my second relationship in general). It actually went pretty well immediately after coming out but now since I’m in a relationship my mom has been acting differently and can’t seem to come to terms with it. She can’t wrap her mind around why I wouldn’t just ignore that part of me and date exclusively men since I’m bi and “have the capability to”. It just so incredibly frustrating since my girlfriend is being judged before my parents have even met her, even though as far as dating material goes, she’s every parents dream (excels academically, is driven and intelligent, and most importantly is an all around kind & loving person). When I express how this hurts me my mom keeps asking that I just be patient with her, that she needs time, and that she’s trying her hardest but then my sister will tell me while I’m away at college the hurtful things she says behind my back.
Other than this, I have a very strong relationship with both my mom and my dad and my girlfriend’s parents have been nothing but loving and supportive towards both of us (which in a sense, makes it hurt even more since it’s such a non-issue on her side but I can’t have that).
It’s just hard because nearly all the stuff I’m finding is for monosexual queers and that doesn’t really fit in with my situation.
On my tombstone please write “Not appreciating my puns when I was alive was a grave mistake”
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