By lil_munchkinjen - 09/02/2009 00:01 - United Kingdom

Today, my mum decided that me being bisexual meant that I was "deciding whether or not to be a lesbian" because supposedly, no man will have me. Thanks mum. FML
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being bisexual justs means you have more options

i'm sorry to hear that, girl. i feel you. when my grandma found out, she said, "you should just trying having sex with more men. they're not ALL terrible in bed."

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being bisexual justs means you have more options

Back when I was in high school is was fairly common for ugly women to become "lesbian or bisexual." Only because no men would get with them. So WIN for your mom.

Anybody tried plugging an electrical cord into an outlet lately? There's only one right way to do it.

Well, YDI for being bisexual.

#55 yeah, but there's usually 2 outlets right next to each other

Gotta love ignorance...we have no choice. :-)

Haha. My mother would never actually say that to me, but she'd think it if I came out of the closet to her.

Im straight but don't really date very much. After my mom asked my if I had a sex drive she told me she would still love me if I grew up to live alone with my cats. :( OH MOTHERS

Just means you can choose between me and my sister, Mothers worry so.

i'm sorry to hear that, girl. i feel you. when my grandma found out, she said, "you should just trying having sex with more men. they're not ALL terrible in bed."

i have a friend who's parents think she was influenced into being bi by her friends. narrow-minded.

Ok i so feel you I'm bi too my mom didn't freak or say anything like at... she said that "Oh, honey, your just trying to find out who you are." and i'm 14 i lean a little more tworeds girls for some reason i'm not a lesbian or straight it'll get better; just wear the name with pride^.^ trust me

ah, same situation, here. except my ex girlfriend was a bitchhhh. but no, bisexuals aren't always for threesomes, or anything like that. they just want to explore the other perspectives on things.

I'm also 14 and I had just recently discovered I was bi when I moved to a different state. (Alabama, go figure.) And I also lean more towered girls for some reason. I really want to tell my mom but she is incredibly judgmental of gays and lesbians but even I have heard her say to my brother that gays are just born that way, so maybe she will understand. I don't think I'm going to tell her for a long time though. Haha, parents can really be so ignorant sometimes.

I totally agree with you! I had such a hard time but when I hit 16 and moved out of the house it got so much easier! Be proud of who you are and the way you were meant to be. :-)

pink and stink ?

being bi youve got a better chance that SOMEONE will know how to eat you out.