Your sexuality and validity aren’t determined by your relationship status, today or any other day of the year. There’s nothing wrong with spending Valentine’s Day by yourself or with friends because you have no significant other. You’re still a valid person and a damn fine bisexual.
And to those trying to find an SO, I wish you luck. You have the support of everyone here and around you regardless of the outcome.
on the one hand this is a joke post because lol i have never made a good post in my life, but also, if i hadn’t made the connection
between this update and my sudden nosedive in activity, i would have been really fucking discouraged about all the shit i’ve been working on lately. i guarantee there are people on tumblr right now who haven’t made that connection, and who are trying to figure out why suddenly no one likes anything they’ve made. and that fucking sucks.
Reminder to go into your settings and turn off ‘Best Stuff First’ because my activity’s tanked a couple days ago for no reason so this stuff IS happening.
You WILL miss content with that setting on.
i ain’t joking when i say that my activity looks JUST like this too and i wasn’t sure why
Hey everyone! This is not an affirmation, but it is an important message that needs to be spread around!
It’s finally here, everyone! This is our day! Happy Bi Visibility Day, you lovely people: thank you all so much for being who you are, and for being here! You’re all so great, no matter how you identify!!
You all deserve to celebrate and be proud! =D
It does, however, mean you’ll roll lower on stealth checks for the day
We’re ALREADY at 2000 followers?! I suppose this is as good a time as any to thank you for the overwhelming support on this blog! We couldn’t have reached this point if it wasn’t for each and every one of you so… Thank you again!!
I had better start thinking of something to celebrate, huh?
To all those bi people who struggle with internalised biphobia: you’re still bi. The feelings inside you telling you that you’re “just straight” or “kidding yourself” are wrong, you are bi and you matter. Battling it is hard and will take time, and I can’t promise that the path will be a gentle walk but the result will be an amazing day when you can confidently strip away your feelings against yourself for being bi and be the person you want to be.