United States

Hi, I‘m Luca. I am Bisexual.

I live in Philly and live like 5 minutes away from Delaware. I enjoy Long boarding and Skateboarding, even though I may not be the best on a traditional board. I like Hardcore Punk, from old stuff like Minor Threat, Bad Brains, Black Flag, and Cro-Mags, to modern stuff like Code Orange Kids, Expire, Turnstile, BackTrack, etc. and some softer music too. I'm undecided on an occupation I'd like to pursue when grow up, maybe Whole Foods or something XD. I also enjoy wrestling, losing isn't fun but hey, whatever.

What being bisexual means to me

Being Bisexual, to me means that although disregarding others negative opinions on your sexuality that is different from theirs, it's best to stay calm because people like that have been around forever. Doesn't it ring a bell, African Americans, Women, people are becoming more and more tolerant, we'll get all the way there one day.

What I would like the world to know about bisexuals

I would like to let the world know that bisexuals are the same as everyone else, welllll not exactly. BUT we're all human aren't we, and a lot of people would agree with me when I say "love knows no gender." Not all people will be tolerant but if you are, you're super rad!

What was your path to a bisexual identity?

My path to bisexual identity started in 8th grade where i was positive i like girls but questioned if i liked boys too, well i did, duh, but the start of the yellow brick road started then.

What is the toughest thing about being bisexual?

People......People are the toughest thing about bisexuality, people make fun of you, people overly question you, people assume your gay or lesbian, you're friends might leave you because they might think you're attracted to them, you might like someone of you're same gender but you know that they're straight, and you really just don't know who you can tell sometimes.

What is the best thing about being bisexual?

The best thing about being bisexual, is that i don't have to do it in secret, people are getting more tolerant, and there is so much support from communities and websites such as and ESPECIALLY the American Institute of Bisexuality. Your not alone, embrace your inner self.

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

Some people were totally fine with being bisexual and saw no difference, some people made fun of me, some people were confused.

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

To people who think they may be bi or who are in the process of coming out as bi....i thought twice about it too, disregard what anyone else says and embrace your inner self, the you that you wanna be. Live your own life.