Author: Yes, you're bi enough.

dailybiaffirmation:

Don’t let anyone tell you your orientation and/or gender identity isn’t real or doesn’t exist. An identity is something you feel and can’t be proved wrong or right. Other people might take a while to realize/learn that, if they’re even willing to; please remember that if someone continuously makes you feel horrible for being who you are, then they’re not good for your well-being. Please take care of yourselves.

dailybiaffirmation:

Don’t let anyone or anything make you think that being bi is something less worthy of being proud of than any other orientation. It’s not necessarily ‘easier’ to be bisexual than homosexual, for example. Bi people face much of the same, and also a very different, kind of discrimination, and you have all the reason to be proud of who you are.

dailybiaffirmation:

Being attracted to the same gender as yourself does not mean it’s the only valid part of your identity. A lot of biphobic thoughts around bisexuality make it seem as such, but please remember that ALL parts of your orientation is okay. You’re bi, and you’re allowed to be. You’re allowed to love whoever.

dailybiaffirmation:

Don’t forget that sexual/romantic orientation and gender identity can be different for everyone and that no two people experience being bi (for example) the same way. Don’t worry too much about fitting or not fitting a stereotype: just listen to how your experience is like, and you’re doing it right.

dailybiaffirmation:

Your orientation is not measured by how many people you’ve kissed, dated or had sex with. It doesn’t matter what gender you’re attracted to most. What does define your orientation, is how YOU feel about it. Don’t compare yourself to others: remember, only you can know how your bi experience is.

dailybiaffirmation:

Shoutout to all my fellow LGBTQ+ folks that have to deal with their relatives’ homophobia/biphobia/transphobia etc. around the holidays. Hang in there and always remember – People that don’t accept you the way you are don’t matter. Family or not. I’m sending positive vibes your way and I believe you can get through this. 

I know this is a bi positivity blog, but this time of year can be hard for everyone. Let’s end this year on a supportive note. Merry christmas and happy holidays! 

dailybiaffirmation:

Here’s another reminder that you’re not a less valid bisexual if you:

– have a preference for a different gender than your own

– only choose to act on attraction towards another gender than your own, whatever the reasons may be

– have a crush on/have a partner of a different gender than yours

You ARE ‘gay enough’. You AREN’T “just straight after all”, and you certainly AREN’T damaging other bisexuals. Your love is yours, you are bisexual, and that means you’re allowed to not only be proud of your same-gender attraction!

dailybiaffirmation:

hey! if you’re a bisexual who’s struggling w/ their body image, i see you and trust me, you look absolutely gorgeous! your acne doesn’t make your face look blotchy, your height or your weight aren’t the end of the world, and your crooked nose and your teeth? they’re adorable! you don’t have to look a certain way to /be/ bisexual, you just have to bilieve in yourself!

dailybiaffirmation:

If you’re questioning, whether that is wondering if you might be bisexual or if you think the bisexual label doesn’t fit you after all, please remember that there’s nothing to be ashamed of. It’s okay to change labels, it’s okay to try out labels temporarily and see how you feel, and it’s absolutely not harming anyone. Figuring out who you are is a journey and nobody expects you to have it all figured out at once. 

dailybiaffirmation:

Remember that coming out is a personal thing and there’s no right or wrong way to come out. You’re the only person who has a say in how you do it, when you do it, or if you do come out at all. The only thing that matters is if you feel ready and safe.