Jo’s Coming Out Story

Just after my 31st birthday, I am sitting on a turquoise sofa in Barcelona with my favourite person in the world at my side. She’s my best friend, my travel partner, and... more. She means so much more than that to me. It has taken me a long time to...

Megan Dijkman’s Coming Out Story

I had always admired other girls. I always looked longingly at other girls throughout high school but I never thought anything more of it. I thought that was just me wishing I was as pretty as them, or wishing I had their body type etc. But, apparently it...

Stephanie Harkin’s Coming Out Story

I was very young when I had my first kiss. Her name was Natalie and she was a beauty. We shared kisses in secret in my bedroom cupboard for years and went through puberty together. We told each other everything. At this age, it felt completely natural for...

Coming out Bisexual

Bisexuality, for years has been a considered a transition stage, a phase or even worse, an excuse to be sexually promiscuous. But all these statements are myths. Bisexuality simply means you’re attracted to both men and women, there’s nothing else to it. Coming out as bisexual means you fancy both and would be in a romantic relationship with either. It’s honestly such a simple concept, that for some reason others have to ruin.

For many bisexuals, if we are in a relationship with the same or opposite sex. Some may think we have turned gay or gone back straight, but this isn’t the case. You can come out as bisexual and still be in relationships with whatever gender. It’s important to note that whoever you’re dating won’t determine how bisexual you are. There is no rules on how to identify as bisexual, we all experience life differently. Join us in reading stories of other bisexual LGBTQ+ members and celebrate the process of coming out and being bisexual!