Growing up in Los Angeles, the last thing you want to do is start dating someone else.
That’s not the best feeling in the world.
But it’s the only way I knew how to go about it.
So I did it.
I didn’t really know what I wanted to do with my life.
But one night, when I was a freshman at UC Santa Barbara, I got a phone call from a guy who had been flirting with me for a few months.
He was so sweet and charming and friendly and kind.
And I was like, Oh my God, that guy is really hot.
He had this cool suit and his hair was blond and everything.
We ended up hooking up, and I was so lucky that I was the one who fell in love with him.
That was the moment that I felt like I was living my life fully.
I still remember the night I went to his house and he told me to “get your shit together.”
I had my first boyfriend at 15, but I wasn’t quite ready for someone to just be a friend.
It wasn’t until I met this guy at the beginning of my freshman year that I really started to embrace my bisexuality.
I was already an out lesbian, but there was something about him that I liked about him.
I wasn toying with the idea of dating someone, but it was really hard to go through with it.
Then, the next year, I started dating someone again.
I felt so lucky to have met someone who was really open about her feelings.
The thing I learned from the guy is that he had been on the other side of the closet as well.
I’ve always felt like he was really close to the people who are in the closet.
And he was so honest about what he felt.
I really liked that about him, because he knew what it felt like to be bisexual.
He didn’t just talk about it, he lived it, and it felt good to me.
So, the more I went through the process of being bi, I just got to be honest with myself and get my feelings out, and that was so liberating.
Growing up I was always told that being bisexual is like being gay, or lesbian, or something, but really it was just about feeling like a human being.
The more I understood that, the easier it was to be comfortable being who I am.
And it’s just been a blessing to me, because I didn.
I mean, I know people can be really hateful about it or whatever, but in the end, you have to get past it.
Growing Up with a Bisexuality article When I was younger, I always thought of myself as being gay or straight.
I never really thought about it as being bi or lesbian.
It just sort of was my identity.
And that was until I was 18.
I started to realize I was gay when I started having sexual relationships with people.
It was just like, OK, I’m not going to pretend to be straight anymore, because you don’t know who you’re dating.
I always knew I was attracted to girls, and as far as I could tell, I had never had any sexual feelings toward a boy.
It felt weird at first.
But eventually I figured it out.
I learned that I had a boyfriend, and my boyfriend had been my boyfriend for four years.
So it was only natural for me to be attracted to him.
And when I realized I was really attracted to another person, I was totally open about it and excited to have him.
We dated for about a year and a half, and he was always there for me.
We got married in his parents’ basement in his senior year of college, and we had a child.
So we’re really lucky to be married and to have a kid together, and then to have this guy who I thought was the only person I could be in love for.
I have never felt like a person who’s not attracted to someone, and when I went on a date with someone, it felt so natural to be like, Okay, we’re going to be a couple and we’re both attracted to each other.
It kind of felt like we were living our lives, even though it was a bit of a shock to me to discover that.
I don’t think it was until a couple of years later that I finally began to understand that this wasn’t just a phase, it was part of my identity, too.
Growing Older and Becoming Bisexual As I got older, I became more and more aware of who I was as a person.
I noticed that I started feeling like I could talk about my bisexual identity and not just hide it behind a fake boyfriend, or just talk to a bunch of people about it on the internet.
It became clear that it wasn’t as crazy as I thought it was.
I had found