United States

Hi, I‘m SGCreed. I am Bisexual.

I often wondered why I would cry at my own wedding (s) they were not tears of joy. Still I look back, and am very proud of the children, now adults, who came from those two unions of marriage. I have always been an artist. Some times I believe that, has been the most important reason for this life. I am proud of my talent. I've not taken enough time to really throw myself into my art. I find that I shut the rest of the world out, while being in my creative "zone" . Having children, made me think I had to be there for them, able to drop everything and be the safety net. Well that is not my concern, any more. I realized, I did not know were to start. So I am here expressing my positive bisexuality. I love women, I love men, I love transgender, tranvestites, all versions of humans, all versions of creation. Well those who are actually helpful in caring for the good of all. Not a fan of The current US President.

What being bisexual means to me

Open, the word says it to me. Caring, seeing, understanding. Compassion, comfortable. Smart, believable, true and sincere. Oh, shit, a saying from my last job... "Celebrate Diversity" I do that, if not obviously to every one all the time , I certainly do in my heart all the time. Recognizing our different views, and sources, when shared with people who are wanting to understand, always results in a positive outcome.

What I would like the world to know about bisexuals

Read the above statement, in a word, I would say., HARMONIZE to experience the best of your living here on earth, and forever.

What was your path to a bisexual identity?

Since oh, Jr. High, girlfriends, boyfriends, I have always wanted to kiss the girls, and lay next to both girls and boys.
My sculptures were almost always naked women. I adore the female figure, sometimes soft, so soft. Some women strong muscular, dancers! Oh My! Then , there are men. Some so veril, strong bodies. Poetry in motion. Even the almost neglected male figure. ANYONE COMFORTABLE IN THEIR OWN BODY is a beautiful human. If you feel the need to physically alter your body, for your own comfort, I hope you find your way to do that! I am rambling, what was the question?

What is the toughest thing about being bisexual?

Being worried that my family might be uncomfortable about me.

What is the best thing about being bisexual?

Knowing, I am right. This is the best way to feel, to be. Ok ok, I am talking about my life, but I really do wish EVERYBODY was bisexual.

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

Don't wanna go into it. I was not shamed, not obviously rejected, just not completely accepted, yet.

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

Be sensitive to people you love, do whatever you feel you can to let them be who they are, while you be who you are.