Oh my gosh, I had to post this link.
Amazing quotes, real life experiences I can so identify with. Especially feeling like my bisexuality is invisible, feeling like an outsider in my own LGBT communities because I’m married to a man.
Perceived as not being queer enough to have a girlfriend and too ‘straight’ to date. Smh.
I am probably the queerest person anyone I know knows but at the same token I’m married, to a man.
Never mind what my true gender identity may be. Nobody even knows or would think to ask those questions because I appear feminine, married with children so there can be no question of my sexual or gender identity.
Ha. Societal perceptions.
We, the bi wives wear the most successful of masks, even if we don’t intend to do so.
-Jay Dee, Founder