The first time I tried to get my sexuality back, I was just so confused.

It was a weird time, I guess.

The idea of coming out was so taboo and so out of the blue, I couldn’t get over it.

But after coming out, it’s become a part of my life.

I remember when I first started talking to other people, I thought that I’d probably be just a lonely guy who was still gay, but then I found out about the Internet and I found other bisexual people.

And I thought, Wow, there are a lot of bisexual people out there, and they are just so nice, so open and supportive.

I’ve met so many amazing people.

But then I met another bisexual woman, and I was like, What the hell?

So I thought it would be really cool to have a bisexual friend, so I started chatting with her and we ended up getting to know each other.

She has since become my bisexual boyfriend.

There are so many different things that I have found, but one thing I think is really important is the bisexual community has a very open attitude.

When I first came out, I felt like I was not valued, but when I saw the positive support that I got, I really felt I was a valued part of the community.

There are also people who are supportive of the idea that we’re all bisexual, so it’s really a really open community.

I have always had this misconception that I was straight, but now that I know that I’m not, I can’t imagine life without me.

Being bisexual has made me feel really lucky and really loved, and it’s a huge part of me, because it’s been so long since I’ve felt like that, and for so long, I’ve been so ashamed and didn’t feel comfortable.

So it’s kind of a relief when I finally feel comfortable enough to tell people.

I was really surprised when I started to tell my family and friends.

I just felt like they were so supportive and kind.

I had a very positive reaction.

But when I told my dad, he was really upset.

He said, I don’t even know how to react.

But I was so happy that he thought that it was OK to talk to me.

It made me so happy.

But also, he said, it wasn’t that I wasn’t able to be myself, it was that I felt so uncomfortable in my own body.

I felt that I didn’t want to be a girl, I didn “feel like a boy.”

It’s really been a really good thing to have found a support system.

When you’re out, there’s no shame in being out, you just need to make sure that you are comfortable and open.

You can talk to other bisexuals, but you’re going to have to be yourself, too.

The best thing about being out is that I don’ get to live in fear.

When it’s all over, it really just happens.

It’s a lot easier to just feel happy and to let go and just be who you are.

I’m just happy that I can finally feel like a real bisexual.