Tag Archive: bisexuality

Jul 26

Evolution of a Polyamorous Woman

I wanted to write this not because there aren’t a ton of perspectives on polyamory out there. However, my perspective isn’t out there and I still think that I have something of value to offer. I think back to the beginning of when I looked back to wanting a polyamorous relationship bright-eyed and bushy-tailed missing …

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Feb 27

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “Journal of an Intelsexual” by ForbiddenLight

For reasons I’ve yet to discover, I need you. I’m aroused on some inexplicable level, just to be in your company. Awkward. Creepy. Kinky. This is for the men who are slaying immortal appetites before the kids are out of school. This is for the men who are performing their lifelong fantasies during lunch break. …

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May 24

What’s in a Label?

  Often times, people make assumptions about others that place them in a particular category of the mind and augments how interactions take place between them.  Labels are ascribed, male or female, gay or straight, married or single, etc.  While these are not the only choices, they are some of the cruder, more dichotomous choices …

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May 20

FF #007: Bisexuality: Is It Just a phase?

Bisexuality is sexual behavior or an orientation involving physical or romantic attraction to males and females, especially with regard to men and women. It is one of the three main classifications of sexual orientation, along with a heterosexual and a homosexual orientation, all a part of the heterosexual–homosexual continuum. In This podcast we talk to …

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Apr 13

To be Gay or Not

I am on twitter and I am reading this conversation from my follower and it sparks an interest in me. The top of conversation is the socialization of sexual orientation.  Most people believe that if a man is gay, that his father has some how failed to teach him how to be a man.

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Apr 10

No homo: Male Homophobia

We have all heard it. That phrase that inherently means “I said something that may sound like I am gay or bisexual, but don’t be confused; I’m not.” Most commonly said by men of the African American race, it has become a common place phrase in the American dialect. But really, has it not become …

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