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How do I cope with being a lesbian and single?

Anonymous asks:
I feel like my loneliness is eating me alive. Every time I wake up, I expect someone to be sleeping next to me. However, no one ends up being there and it's rather devastating to me. I am not in the place in my life where I have time for a relationship. Also, I am paranoid that I will never meet anyone and that I will die alone. I'm going off to college in a year, will I meet other people there?...

The Answers (for Now) - Ben

Sometimes, figuring out your sexual orientation can be tough! We've collected personal accounts from several people who've gone through this process; maybe you'll find something relatable or comforting here.

The Answers (for Now) - Sam

Sometimes, figuring out your sexual orientation can be tough! We've collected personal accounts from several people who've gone through this process; maybe you'll find something relatable or comforting here.

The Answers (for Now) - Riss

Sometimes, figuring out your sexual orientation can be tough! We've collected personal accounts from several people who've gone through this process; maybe you'll find something relatable or comforting here.

The Answers (for Now) - Ruby

Sometimes, figuring out your sexual orientation can be tough! We've collected personal accounts from several people who've gone through this process; maybe you'll find something relatable or comforting here.

The Answers (for Now) - Mo

Sometimes, figuring out your sexual orientation can be tough! We've collected personal accounts from several people who've gone through this process; maybe you'll find something relatable or comforting here.

Boyfriend is bi??

Anonymous asks:
My boyfriend of a year and a half recently confessed to me that he is bisexual. It's only been two days, so I'm still soaking it in and accepting it. I am the only person he has told. None of his family knows, because they are very religious and would likely be unsupportive. His sexuality, in no way, changes my feelings for him... like I told him, I fell in love with WHO he is, not WHAT he is....

Internalized biphobia is making dating seem impossible

Anonymous asks:
I am a 17-going-on-18 year old bi girl, in my senior year of high school. I, like many people, do not fit the stereotype of a bisexual teenager- I dislike excessive attention, I am attracted to few people (just of a wider variety) and have no dating experience. Because of this, I have not come out, except to two of my closest friends, one of whom is pan themself....

Pulse: One Year After

I came into work on June 12th, 2016, as if it were any other morning. One of my daily tasks is to check all of our social media channels. I opened Twitter to find people talking about Orlando.

A shooter.

A nightclub. No, a gay club.

The Art of Getting Bi

Being bisexual entails a very specific struggle that isn’t talked about enough: being believed.