“You can’t hide from me. I see you.”
“You guys must be having SO many threesomes!”
According to the report, 40% of over 10,000 LGBT youth identified as bisexual, but remain disconnected from the larger LGBT community and face more discrimination and harassment than their peers.
“Not all bisexuals are vampires, but all vampires are bisexuals.” #bisexualfacts is happening (again) on Twitter and it’s glorious.
You want some ice for that burn?
Someone has some iconic trousers to fill.
Tumblr doesn’t have time for the foolishness.
A look into the experiences of bisexual women who happened to fall in love with men.
The teen comedy-drama — about two girls who pretend to be lesbians — was initially the subject of criticism, but the show channels the confusion of adolescence to broaden portrayals of the sexual spectrum.
At 13, who I was inside, who I wanted to be, didn’t match the intentions of my body. Outside, there was no little girl to be loved innocently.
The 26-year-old singer took to Twitter to discuss her personal life at length, sparking mixed reactions from fans.
“I woke up like thisssss.”
Desiree Akhavan’s Appropriate Behavior is one of the most unique films at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. BuzzFeed talks with her entire family about the love and occasional awkwardness that marked the journey to Park City.
Some frequently asked questions.
Fred Astaire, Rock Hudson, Jack Kerouac, and even Jacqueline Kennedy show up in a new “sexual biography” of writer Gore Vidal. Author Tim Teeman examines why discussing the iconic writer’s sex life expands our understanding of him rather than contracts it.
Love is love, but there are some differences. Slightly NSFW.
HBO’s sexy supernatural series True Blood will be ending after next season — and not a moment too soon. But as bad as the show is, it’s still given us plenty to enjoy over its soon-to-be six-year run.
“This is a part of who I am, and I’m old enough to really know who I am by now.” The starlet sets the record straight on being a bisexual woman married to a man.
Sometimes it is easier to pretend I’m straight or gay than deal with people’s perception of my bisexuality.
I went in thinking I wanted a threesome.
Labels have always made me uncomfortable, so I started to try on different ones. Throughout my life, I’ve changed my name(s) several times, but I’ve always been more aware of the shortcomings of these labels than their ability to describe who I keep becoming.
When it comes to sexuality, these actors, writers, and icons all fall somewhere in the middle.
It’s a long-held stereotype (which some research has purported to confirm) that men can’t truly be bisexual. But a new study offers evidence to the contrary.
In a tumblr entry posted last night, hip-hop artist Frank Ocean shared a text document where he describes his first love, another man who he met four years ago when they were both 19. This frank and beautifully written admission comes on the heels of speculation regarding some of the pronouns used on his upcoming album Channel Orange, which will be released on July 17th.
20/20 wants you to know Adam Lambert is gay, and they will stop at nothing - including cheesy 90’s dance music and a quick clip in which a fey stylist flirts with him - to let you know. If only Hugh Downs were around to say “bi-curious” on air. MISS U HUGH )-:
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Is it too soon to bestow upon Katy Perry’s chart-topping smash the desirable title of “song of the summer?” Sorry, Rihanna, three years in a row was an extraordinary feat, but it looks like 2008 introduced a new radio sweetheart to dominate beachside retreats. Although the song itself is the equivalent of an obnoxious drunk girl starved for attention, it’s hard to deny its catchy rock swagger. (Although if Katy reminds you of Alanis or Avril in their prime, it’s probably because she records with Glen Ballard and The Matrix, the producers behind those artists’ respective smashes.)
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The pseudo-famous skank was rejected by Kristy Morgan, a former Playboy model who couldn’t accept Tila’s “key,” a.k.a. “the opportunity to prove that Tila is so totally bi [on camera].” Tila posted a poem (in real time!) on her MySpace blog, where she dejectedly wrote that “the world will still die.” First she helps establish gay marriage in California and now she references global warming? At this rate, “President Tequila” might be able to teach Dubya a thing or two.
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