I realize how lucky I am to have you all and how lucky I am to have my family and friends. I get to share everything on here. But there’s something I haven’t shared with anyone really. I told Zephyr first, and then my mom and sister.
Since today is the last day of blogmas I thought I would share something with you all.
It’s something I’ve known for a really long time. I just never knew how to really know. I guess I was always looking for a sign to just tell me “hey, you’re bisexual”.
I’m lucky to have family and friends who are supportive and not judgemental.
This past semester was a tough one. Dealing with being bullied, made fun of, threatened, and a lot more terrible things made this even more confusing and hard to be able to focus on my feelings about my sexuality.
But I’m in a safe place now. I feel comfortable and confident. I feel like there isn’t anything weighing on me. I understand a lot of people don’t have a supportive and loving family when they come out, I can’t imagine how hard that must be. But I must say that me coming out has been pretty easy and peaceful.
Of course we live in a world where people don’t agree with LGBTQ+ community. For me I find that sad. How could you not agree with self love and falling in love?
I wanted to share this with you all because you all are apart of my family. I think it’s important to live the life you want to live and love who you want to love.
I like men and women and that’s okay. I’m okay. My job isn’t to please the world. My job is to be a loving and kind human.
There will always be people in this world that will try to break you, but remember no one in this world can break you.
I love you all. I hope you enjoyed Blogmas. It was a lot of work but even more fun. This is my last post for 2015, I’ll see you all in 2016. As you can imagine blogging everyday for a whole month really wiped me out creatively. So I’m going to take a couple of weeks off before I start back. 2016 will be a great year for S.A. The Writer. I have some great things in store for us all.
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