Female

Bisexual

United States



Hi, I‘m Tiara. I am Bisexual.

I love who I am; I seek no human's approval. I am creative, passionate, and spiritual. I have a strong connection with God & I feel his love with every beat of my heart. I just recently graduated high school and now I will be going to school for sign language to become an interpreter! This has not always been my dream; I love to write (whether it be music, scripts, or poetry) and I have always been fascinated by the art of filmmaking - behind the scenes, until recently since this ugly duckling has blossomed into a swan * I am very proud to be the unique individual that I am. After making green with interpreting I hope to be able to fund small productions that I have screen written. I will probably be famous, preferably just wealthy, but this charm comes with a price. Overall, I am hoping to do whatever it is God is calling me to. I feel that He brought me sign language so that I could excel with it and encourage a whole community of people who feel left out in a beautiful, righteous way. I have always been pleasured by writing scripts with naughty twists and thrilling seduction, with LOADS of homosexuality. Now, I love gays and my own sexuality, however I do realize what I was promoting is ultimately sin; sex out of love, cheating, lying, all the good old bad stuff that leaves us empty in the end. Although I can still see myself having fun with those kinds of stories, I plan to devote my time to creating pictures that will benefit our world, and I just might find a happy medium where at the end of all the delicious fun, reality hits and some change needs to be made to truly reach Peace of Mind {which I feel is only obtained with God, a loving Creator}. Thank you for reading <3

What being bisexual means to me

Being bisexual is like being in love with the swirl ice-cream; best of both worlds. In my opinion, Love is LOVE. It is beautiful if it is pure and true. Recently, I have been interested more in males because of their masculinity, and a desire to be "man-handled", BUT I have always adored women more: bodies, minds, everything! Women seem more sensitive, intelligent, and sexy. If I could find a female who is aggressive to the extent that is pleasing to me, I'd be down for life. But I really do like the woman to man match up when it comes to body shape/size. Ultimately, it falls down to love. Because I might find my perfect match in somebody who doesn't quite fit all my fantasizes, which is simply real life and can still be enchanting.

What I would like the world to know about bisexuals

Bisexuals = Regular People (With A Broader Taste)

We appreciate more than others lol

Happy Medium ^.^

What was your path to a bisexual identity?

Fascination (at a young age) turned into experimentation. For some the curiosity fades, but I always knew I could appreciate the same sex further, knowing also I could still crave some of that opposite!

What is the toughest thing about being bisexual?

The toughest thing is being a believer of God & being bisexual. Honestly, I believe Love is Love & God is Love & I don't feel that He has a problem with it as long as its pure, sweet, and true. Not just threesomes and randevus, something that actually means something.

What is the best thing about being bisexual?

The first thing that popped in my mind were the free kisses at the Pride Parade SAN DIEGO, CA **
It was amazing.

But really, the best thing is knowing that I'm not limited to one gender, and I have a lot more fish to mingle with. Even tho I'm not tryna search the whole ocean for that One to swim by, I'd rather just float along with the current and let the waves lead me <3 & I want my mate to have a great relationship w/ God as well. That would be Stellar **

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

Me & my dad, who i didn't grow up with, fell out for over four years when I shared my sexuality at the age of 13. It made me fall out with God too because the first thing he responded to me was, "Don't you & your mom still go to church?" & I felt extremely disrespected & felt also as if I didn't have a place with God. That later brought me to a depression. It took a near suicide experience to drop me on my knees again & I realized my immaturity: my dad did confuse me but I never should of given up on God because of it. Luckily, He didn't give up on me <3

My mum has always been supportive of who I am, which is SO REFRESHING. I thank Jehovah for her.

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

If you think so, test out the waters, have fun & be productive (:

If you're coming out, just know that SOMEONE is going to have a problem with it, but they aren't living your life for you now are they? My dad was a punk ass jerk for abandoning me the way he did. But all in good time, we're cool again & agree to DISAGREE ^.^

#BE Who YOU Are !!!!! *

One Love
Pray about it <3

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