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Hello I just wanted to let you know I just fou…

Hello I just wanted to let you know I just found your blog when I really needed this kind of positivity so thank you cause I’m crying happy lol

i am so happy to hear that!!!! <3 we’re here for you! 😀

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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!

I came out over the course of 2017 as bi and I…

I came out over the course of 2017 as bi and I’m so glad I did! To another year of being bi I’m so excited 😆

!!! so proud of you

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fun thing i just remembered

in japanese, there’s a term for a person who dual wields swords called “ryoutoutsukai”, literally meaning something along the lines of “two sword user”. it’s ALSO a euphemism for bisexuality

Duel-wielding is bisexual culture

today my mom was talking about my second cousi…

today my mom was talking about my second cousin saying that she's just bi for attention and now i'm afraid to come out to her and ITS REALLY ANNOYING BECAUSE SHES FINE WITH GAY PEOPLE BUT NOT BISEXUAL/BIROMANTIC PEOPLE

oh yeah people who are like “listen you can’t be bi you have to be gay/you’re being bi for the attention” piss me off so much too??

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I'm so glad this blog is a thing. I neede…

I'm so glad this blog is a thing. I needed this.

<333

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Hi. Im bisexual but theres hardly any bi or ga…

Hi. Im bisexual but theres hardly any bi or gay boys in my school so i always end up with girls and im often called “fake queer”. What should i do to deal with this?

i answered this in the last anon but you really can’t change how people perceive you. you’re not a fake queer, and you’re still absolutely bi! the main thing is to be confident in your own sexuality and eventually people will follow suit

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I'm openly bi , have been for a few years…

I'm openly bi , have been for a few years now, but I still get people telling me it's just a phase or that I'm saying it to be "special" and I've even been told that saying I'm bi is just me being a pervert. It's really starting to irritate me, how can I get people to stop? I hope I'm not bothering you and that you have a wonderful holiday season

thank you! have a wonderful winter as well <3

honestly i think the main thing you can do is explain to people what being bisexual is and that how most bisexual stereotypes really aren’t true. and in the end, if they don’t listen, you have to remember that it’s your sexuality you have to be comfortable with. you can’t change people opinions forcefully, but you do have to deal with the way you perceive yourself. i apologise if this didn’t make a lot of sense

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So I've been struggling with the idea of …

So I've been struggling with the idea of coming out to my parents. I only realized I'm bi as an adult (I'm also Aro which complicated things and made me take longer to figure it out). I've told them (without using the word Aromantic) that I'm not into dating or marriage which they seem to have accepted. But they're so black and white about things, I think they'd accept me just being Gay, but I feel they'd think its pointless to come out as bi if I'm not going to be dating anyone anyway.

aww. i don’t think you have to come out unless you really want to. you’re never obligated to come out just for coming out. and i think it might be good to try and sit down to your parents and explain how you’re feeling

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i've been out to my mother since i was 14…

i've been out to my mother since i was 14, and she has always been supportive of me. recently though, she mentioned how rarely i talk about boys (disregarding the fact that i hardly ever talk about anyone in a romantic sense) and asked if i had considered if i'm actually "fully gay". i just said no, and explained it for her. i thought that was that, but she brought it up again. any advice on how to talk to her about this?

i think sitting her down and explaining to her what bisexuality is, and that you’re not obligated to “pick a side” and that you being bisexual does not make you partially gay. good luck though!

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