When I tell someone my preferred pronouns are they/ them/ their, I never know what to expect.
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Despite years of advocating for the LGBTQ community, the existence of bisexuals is still called into question.
Every year around the holidays, we visit my father’s side of the family. I have not come out to any of them.
I don’t identify as a girl, but my dad still refers to me as his daughter and wants me to dress the part.
Many people see their sexual orientation as a huge part of who they are. But for me, my identity isn’t really about who I’m attracted to.
When I tell someone my preferred pronouns are they/them/their, I never know what to expect.
I am a bisexual, African- American girl and I’m afraid my little sister will grow up to hate me because of what my family says.
When I came out to my family a year ago, it was the first time I connected my queer identity…
Here’s the thing: gender fluidity is NOT a fashion statement or a trend…