Category: 2013 Fall – Bisexual Enough?

Don’t Be Too Sure

By Laura Berol When Wilson Diehl recently published her essay, “Yes, I Really Am Bisexual. Deal with It,” in the “Modern Love” column of the New York Times, I liked it on Facebook and quickly got three responses, all from the...

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Bisexual and Proud

By Sofi D. Being bi carries a social stigma. People think it’s a phase, that you’re just confused, slutty, or just getting into the college experience. Insisting only makes it worse. Your parents don’t believe you either, saying...

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Hand in Your Punch Card

By A. Rutter Though I have identified as bisexual for ten years, I still find myself sitting and wondering if I’m not actually heterosexual after all. I sit and think in my room, or on the train, or in a long shower,...

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By Brittany Bell My love life Is not a crime scene Where upon evaluation Of incriminating evidence A jury decides “She’s one of us.” The tally marks are uneven But my convictions are not. I have loved women Far too fondly to be...

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