being bi and nonbinary is fun cause even though i'm a girl, my boyfriend and i consider our relationship gay cause we're really queer and do what the fuck we want
Well technically, couldn't two agender people have the same identity and be in a relationship, thus implying that it is homosexual?Technically speaking, since no other person can share an individuals nonbinary identity (by definition), then all relationships involving nonbinary people are heterosexual.
So sorry you had to find out this way.
if you dont like people posting their thoughts on what you posted then why posti think y'all forgot the part where i do what i want
I think I'm the only one ever who wrote two coming out posts in one day but here I go again!
I came out as Trans (mtf) today, so I'm just getting used to that... This kinda goes into the same problems as I stated in my last post, so I won't make this post nearly as long, but yeah. Also, I won't be able to transition until at least college because of my parents...
I get your struggles girl. I'm in a similar spot, and am half-Indian myself. That's why I haven't came out at all IRL as asexual/whatever the heck my gende ris. I wish you the best. Congratulations on at least starting to figure yourself out!Uh hi I guess. I'm rubysapphiremerald. I go on coldmamo on PS and stuff, but everyone online who doesn't know me irl just calls me rse. Most of you probably don't know me, so let's just say this... I exist in the trivia room from time to time, even though the time I spend on PS has kinda decreased lately due to schoolwork. Also, I'm on Smogon but rarely ever use it. I guess this is basically the first post I've ever made tbh... And yes, this is a coming out post.
I'm really introverted irl (even though I'm really extroverted on PS), so I'm kinda having a bit of difficulty posting this, but here we go...
So, about 3 weeks ago, I came out as bi online, and the very next day, I came out to my best friend irl. Luckily for me, he's been really accepting about it. I'm not open about being bi at all irl, and I've came out my best friend but nobody else. I'm 16 years old, have really homophobic parents, go to a really homophobic school, and kinda have no place to say anything about my struggles irl. I kinda realized that I was bi a bit more a year ago, but I, with my parents and school being super homophobic, I was in denial for over a year. I actually had a crush on a boy about 4 years ago, in like, 7th or 8th grade but I told nobody about it and just thought of it as something that was just a phase or something of the sort.
I live in the United States, but I am ethnically Indian. India (I'm using a generalization) is really not very accepting of homosexuality, and it was illegal until 2018. However, the prevalent attitude about it is still against LGBTQ+ people, which kinda explains why my parents are really homophobic.
So far, one of the hardest things irl for me about being bi was just finding out that over half the people I know pretty well at school are homophobic, which is making me really reevaluate everything about who I know at school... For all of you American out there, I live in a really red suburb of really blue city, which is why I've only told one person irl...
Last thing, just a really big thank you to all of y'all in trivia for helping me so much with coming out and everything... I really would have been closeted still if it wasn't for y'all being so accepting of my coming out!
Good luck pulsar! Both my parents are from India, but I kinda found a way to come out by telling my best friend, who I was confident wouldn't tell anyone. I haven't come out with my friend about being trans yet, but he was really accepting when I came out as bi.I get your struggles girl. I'm in a similar spot, and am half-Indian myself. That's why I haven't came out at all IRL as asexual/whatever the heck my gende ris. I wish you the best. Congratulations on at least starting to figure yourself out!
no, i read it all. because once i saw it first in the fifth paragraph, i assumed there had to be, like, something? i don't know. but i finished it. and there wasn't whatever i was looking for.Based on this response I know you didn't actually read the post, but you really are part of the problem jeez
If you think that someone who identifies as homosexual homoromantic is prima facie valid and doesn't deserve our utmost affection and help, given that it is an incoherent identity of itself then you care more about liberalism and self identification than you do actual LGBT people and their experiences.no, i read it all. because once i saw it first in the fifth paragraph, i assumed there had to be, like, something? i don't know. but i finished it. and there wasn't whatever i was looking for.
i chose to quote the latter rather than the former because choosing to end on something gives it power
ok if you're strawmanning / shit-slinging this hard on defense post 1, i'm not engagingif you think that someone... doesn't deserve our utmost affection and help
that bit was a response to you accusing me ofThe fact you say "my posts say as an LGBT person" instead of making a point indicate this most powerfully
its status as a response to the above, and not as substitute for argument, can be discerned by my choice to set "actual LGBT people" in quotations marks, making that phrase a reference to your statementcare more about liberalism and self identification than you do actual LGBT people
such was not done out of refusal to engage in argument, i'm refusing to engage in argument quite intentionally. as i have also said.also i assume you haven't seen my posts on this thread providing testimony to my being an "actual lgbt person" lol
i'm not engaging