Hi, I‘m Melancholy. I am Bisexual.

Hello everybody! :D Melancholy is not my real name, but an artist one (Melancholy Indigo). If I pick the things that describe me the most I would say I am wonderer, a curious little being, an artistic soul questioning her own life and functioning, an overthinker, massage therapist and a student of tourism (because why not both? Haha why not both...), I'm a reader of complex books about life and one's mind because I want to understand and be understood... after all, I am a human being with a complex inner life and aren't we all? :) I have a big family, divorced parents, self-obsesed and troubled aunts and uncles, but I guess I understand why they are life that... I mean, gosh, if you are trying to please a seemingly perfect society, you probably become troubled... I am coming to terms with myself, letting me be me, doing what I love and care about. I manage my depression and chronic illness, I recently became vegetarian and I am a volunteer since the age of 13. I love to travel and absolutely adore eco hippie communities... I was in one for two months ^_^ Basically... I am

What being bisexual means to me

It means being me, an acceptive and loving person that I am. It means adoring, loving people as they are.

What I would like the world to know about bisexuals

That we have a capacity to love, not based on sex, but rather than that on the person standing next to us. And it seems kind of beautiful, isn't it? :)

What was your path to a bisexual identity?

Not realizing, questioning, not realizing, denial, yep i am bisexual...
But not out yet totaly :/
Opened up a lot this past year and still working on it.

What is the toughest thing about being bisexual?

Being afraid that friends are not going to accept you and that family will think of you as a dissappointment

How have other people in your life reacted to your bisexuality?

Those to whom I've told reacted suprisingly good... except one person who was denying MY identity...