Hi, I‘m Ashley. I am Bisexual. I am very caring person who has a great heart.
I'm from Boston, Massachusetts. My passion is helping others who struggle with depression or anxiety.
My hobbies is listening to music and dancing always grew up surrounded with music my whole life. As a little girl knew I was different but in a good way knowing that I love both genders and I felt like home that I was bisexual and I remember like yesterday telling my mother that I was bisexual and she happily accepted me for who I am. I'm damn proud that I'm bisexual.
What being bisexual means to meBisexual means to me personally that it's perfectly alright to love both genders their is "No you can't."because you can honey.
What I would like the world to know about bisexualsI want this world to know that bisexual is still out there doesn't mean any labels that you either gay or straight because that doesn't matter. Bisexual is bisexual.
What was your path to a bisexual identity?My path of my bisexual identity was confusing at first for me because I would have some frustration explaining about my identity to my friends because they would think it was a phase at first but it wasn't it was truly who I really was and really proud of. Sometimes I would question myself would people one day accept my identity and not judge me by liking two genders or putting me in label's that weren't truly me.
What is the toughest thing about being bisexual?. People not appreciating your bisexuality. They’ll claim you do it for attention. To get guys by alluring them to the fact you sleep with girls. Homosexuals have told me that I don’t really like women, and straight people have told me that I’m just too scared to come out as gay. Basically, everyone is more knowledgeable on who you want to sleep with than you.
What is the best thing about being bisexual?The best thing being bisexual is one of the advantages is that you will never have to put your sexuality to question. When you are ready to all genres, you become attractive for all people. All people become attractive to you as well. When you notice a pretty girl or guy, you can work your sexuality to allure him or her.
How have other people in your life reacted to your bisexuality?Alot people in my life reacted about me being bisexual very happy and accepting but some didn't like it but I just ignore them and gave my middle finger up and kept being proud who I am. I wasn't gonna let that vibe put me down oh no no!!
What advice do you have for someone who thinks they may be bi or who is in the process of coming out as bi?I mention this to say you’re not alone. You’re not alone in being closeted, and when you decide to come out, there is a vibrant bisexual community waiting for you.