Female

Bisexual

New Zealand



Hi, I‘m Kayla Louise. I am Bisexual.

Sup! I'm Kayla Louise Mitchell, aka Kayluxx. I'm openly bi and I love ice hockey, nil, nrl, nba, soccer and more. I love animals and have a few pets at home. I'm from Silverstream Upperhutt, New Zealand. I'm currently working for Greatstart as a waitress/kitchenhand which is awesome and I hope to be a waitress in a proffesional restraunt someday. Also, I would love to travel overseas if i get the chance. My star sign is Leo. Soon, I'm going to be a godmother to twins! Please feel free to write me and friend me on Facebook.

What being bisexual means to me

Being bisexual means that we should be treated the same as everyone else no matter who we love etc we deserve the same rights as everyone else #stillbi n don't deserve to be treated like dirt I stand for all LGBTQI rights and we are can have a relationship with both sexes etc

What I would like the world to know about bisexuals

We exist just Iike everyone else and we are not made up.
#we love who we love love has no gender!

We deserve respect because we are humans just like the rest of you. No freedom till we're equal!

What was your path to a bisexual identity?

Started noticing I was into guys and girls at the age of 15 and had heaps of crushes in people even got invited to my mate's place where we made out and I loved it. Ended up kissing her and her brother which was awesome. Ever since then, I started dating both sexes and I love both sexes forever and always I came out to my parents when I was 16/17 and they love me for who I am. I'm so glad

What is the toughest thing about being bisexual?

Rejection from some people
Loss of friends who don't accept you
Ugh. Biphobic people... f' them!

What is the best thing about being bisexual?

Everything! I love being out and being accepted by my whole family and a lot of my mates. Everything is a hell of a lot better. I love being bi

What advice do you have for someone who thinks they may be bi or who is in the process of coming out as bi?

When you're ready just go for it. It will be scary at first, but when you're out it should be totally algoods. Although some people won't be accepting bout it, but there are heaps of others out there that care and are there to help you out. There is no shame bout being who you are #no freedom till we're equal!