Dancing_Butterflies

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Dancing_Butterflies last won the day on January 19 2014

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About Dancing_Butterflies

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    Big Tease
  • Birthday 02/18/1983

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  • Music
    Shoegaze/Dream Pop
  • Location
    Florida USA
  • Interests
    Collecting G1 My Little Ponies, 80's Care Bears, Rainbow Brite and other 80's toys. I enjoy watching anime, films, horror movies, listening to music, collecting records, reading, writing, poetry, creating art, photography, astronomy, gemstones and crystals.
  • Signature Fragrance
    Victoria Secret Perfumes
  • Favourite Book
    Watership Down by Richard Adams
  • Favourite TV Show
    South Park
  • Favourite Film
    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

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  1. I never had an experience with this with a woman but I'm sure it would be very exciting to do that with someone who you really like a lot. If they were living far away, that would be something I'd do to satisfy them until I got a chance to visit them. So I'm open to the idea. Plus you can come up with different idea's and instruct each other through out the entire thing.
  2. Feel free to pm me anytime you'd like if you need someone to talk too. I'm pretty new to all of this too. My parents were strict as I was growing up and I was always nervous about telling them I was bisexual. My mother knows now about my sexuality, but I won't tell my father because of his strict ways and how his reaction was the last time. He made the whole environment inside the house awful and refused to talk to anyone. I'm not ashamed, I just can't deal with stress all that much due to how sensitive I am.
  3. I usually sleep in comfy pj's. Some comfy lounge pants and a t-shirt.
  4. I don't think it truly matters to me in the end. If I feel a connection with a woman, that's enough for me. It's not good to chose a specific type of woman. Good question though. I'm attracted to all different kinds of woman.
  5. Anytime I meet anyone, I'm always generally shy so I can see where you're coming from. I'm an introvert too and it may take awhile before I actually have the nerve to walk over and introduce myself. If the person does seem interesting enough, I will walk up to them and speak to them. If all goes well, I continue to speak to them. Their not interested, I remind myself at least I went over there to speak to them. The moment I get weird vibes from the person, I usually end up walking away from them.
  6. I'm always daydreaming a lot of the time of things that I want to happen. Most of the time, these daydreams end up turning me on.
  7. I'm glad you decided to come back. The first few years I was coming out, I had the same type of issues going on. Just be supportive to your friend when he comes out to you. My parents are super religious too so I can relate with you about that.
  8. The only thing I've ever done was kiss a woman in my mid 20's. I haven't gotten passed this stage. So I hope to get passed this at some point.
  9. My step father isn't too accepting of LGBT and this bothers me so much. I'm bisexual and I know if he ends up finding out he'll get upset. He knows about my attraction towards woman, yet he thinks it's just a phase which it's not. I've only dated one woman in my entire life due to me being so shy and not picking up on cues when a woman is flirting with me. My mother however is very accepting and told me if I ever ended up having a relationship with a woman, she'd be supportive. Sometimes this puts fear in me cause I love my father very much, yet his views is backwards and thinks it's all wrong. Anytime I hear his comments or anything, I'm deeply upset by them. I end up simply walking away and not saying a thing because I know where the conversation will lead. Anytime I meet a woman I connect with, I continue with it and happy. However sometimes their only looking to fool around which I want more. My father continues to tell me that it's wrong and sinful.... and I think differently. I'm sure there's others out there who are in the same position as I am. No matter what I say, I know he won't change and see my side to it. Sometimes I think if I do end up with a woman, he'll completely disown me and won't talk to me anymore. I'm thinking if that does happen, than there's nothing much more I can do cause I want to be happy, not miserable and have someone else's opinion ruin my happiness. I never gotten this off of my chest before cause so many people told me that I should just be with a man regardless and that a woman couldn't make me happy in the end. I'm looking for support here. Does anyone else know how I feel or been through this? With Family? Friends? Co-workers?
  10. Central Florida here too.
  11. Well sure I've have, lol!! I'm single so I've done it many of times and never gotten caught. Anytime I do it I was always picture myself with a woman. And this has been going on since my teenage years. That's how I knew this wasn't just a fantasy of mine, it was something that I wanted. Woman are beautiful.
  12. I'm simply looking for a woman to love me for who I am as a person and to accept me. I've only had a relationship with one woman and I'd like to be in a relationship with a woman again. The problem is I'm deeply shy and it's hard to put myself out there. I've tried a few dating sites but it was simply just girls looking to cyber or something. I'm looking for a relationship.
  13. I was abused by years. I think it was six years on and off. Sometimes my memory is so jaded by the abuse. Anytime I tried to leave he would threaten me, emotional blackmail me or threaten to kill me. I won't say a lot in here because I don't want to upset anyone. On November 8th he disappeared on me and I'll never forget what he said.... "Nobody else will ever love you. Because your so F- up!" Those words repeat in my head a lot and I have horrible nightmares too. Sometimes I have really good days and other days all I do is cry. The pain hurts so much. I'll cry my eyes out till the point my stomach hurts. He was emotionally and verbally abusive to me, he gaslighted me, poured alcohol over my head and told me I was fat when I honestly wasn't fat at all. Anytime I spoke up for myself, he would disappear as a form of punishment. Other times I remember him speeding down the road full speed to try to scare me. I'd reach for the door handle and grip it tight in case we died or we got into a car accident. My heart would be racing so fast. I've tried to leave so many times and the threats got worse and worse each time. Overtime I got panic attacks and now I'm in this deep dark depression. Many people don't really speak to me anymore and I can understand this. I don't expect much from people at all. I just want friends, maybe talk about other topics or someone who truly understands how I feel. But many people think I'll drag them down by my PTSD symptoms. Anytime I know I'm getting bad, I log offline and focus on art. And if I need to cry, I wait till I'm alone in my room and cry out my heart. It's not good to bottle things in anyways. Just hope there's someone out there who truly understands how I feel and won't be judgmental or tell me that I deserve it.
  14. This has happened to me once before and it turns out my ex boyfriend was cheating on me and seeing someone else on the side. I ended up catching onto it because he was getting a lot of weird texts from other girls and always bringing his phone anywhere he went or getting paranoid when his phone went off. Once he asked me, if I knew who was calling him and I knew he was lying, lol. The person who was calling him was the girl he was seeing. I'm not angry at her at all, if anything I'm mad at him for doing that to both of us. In the end she left him too, lol. People just end up disappearing because they don't want to tell the person the truth and end up hurting them which I think it's a cowardly way of getting out of a relationship. They figure the person will take the hint and move on. When people do this, you should be glad it's over and find someone who won't pull that sort of thing with you. I've a true believer in respecting people and speaking the truth. The truth may hurt yes, but I think it's always best to tell the person how you truly feel and what went wrong, or why you chose not to be with them any longer. Sometimes people even pull away from relationships due to fear of commitment, scared of getting abandoned or they met someone else which sucks. If you meet someone on line, be very cautious and get to know the person for awhile before stepping into a serious commitment with them.