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Vampire last won the day on January 13

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  • Birthday March 4

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    QLD, Australia.
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    Music. movies, long showers, slow massages, log fires.
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  1. I am Australian. On my Mum's side- English and German. Dads side- Irish.
  2. erotica

    I usually don't read this stuff. but I did enjoy this. Thank You.
  3. To me, being bi-curious is more of a curiosity. I've been with a woman, so can safely say I am bisexual. On the other hand, one doesn't have to bite the apple to know it's sweet either. It's just a label, and as long as you feel comfortable with it, it's fine. I like a label sometimes as it gives me a grounding, a starting point. Bisexuality is a scale and we can slide up or down as we experience life.
  4. You are here because there's a piece of the puzzle missing. I don't think you are confused but more lost in a way. It's like a part of your soul is missing and you are trying to find it. We all feel this. There's an emptiness that allows guilt and desire to creep in and occupy that space making us doubt everything. You're not alone. I hope the ladies here can help to ease this feeling and provide some answers for you. Welcome to Shybi.
  5. I can really relate to this. I'm now single but i still don't and can't get a woman. If i were you, try and float along with it for now as your kids won't always be kids. Kids also know when their parents aren't happy. I stayed in a loveless marriage for ages but ended up with an auto immune complaint from being under stress consistntly. I also cheated on my, then husband, (unintentionaly). I ended the affair quick as i had my marriage and kids which was priority. My husband never knew and will never know as he would have Shot us both if he knew. It was our secret and I've had to live with that guilt for years. Our divorce had nothing to do with her. To this day I'm still single. I still fall for people i can't have. Hang in there it wont be forever. Something will work out when the time is right. Hugs xx
  6. Yep, coconut oil fan here. Has to be organic. For face, cooking, and oil pullinh and lube. Best thing for older ladies and vaginal dryness.
  7. Ouch, that will hurt there. What are you thinking of getting?
  8. That's me to. Lol
  9. Anyway. As long as it's polite.
  10. Breakfast atm. Trying to figure out what to have. Sunday morning.
  11. Well, My first experience was at 15. A Baddd one. I was raped in a way. In that I mean I was talked into being with this guy as in those days it was a peer pressure thing. The attitude then was, you are not a real woman unless you lose your virginity. Big mistake. Then I had no sexual encounters until 19 with a man I really fell in Love with. He was 38. Of course, I was straight then or thought I was. I never make love with a woman until I was 31.
  12. Um, for me I'm Bi. I was straight most of my life and 50%of me is still straight but... there is another 50% that isn't straight. Even if I had a girlfriend, I'd still identify as Bi, not Lesbian. To Me, I'm truly Bi.
  13. I'm pretty much 50/50. Just love a masculine body and a gorgeous female bod as well. Physically I'm attracted to either. I could go into a serious relationship with either, no problem, but I don't think I will ever marry again. A woman has the softness, tenderness and the emotional connection I crave. I've never had that with a man. If I'd meet the right man, it may have been different. I do wonder that. But things happen for a reason. I'm hoping there is a woman out there who is waiting for me, If not, well I'm glad that I've loved once.
  14. I think it's different for the one's who know they are Bi from young. I had no idea until my early 30's. I think I've always been Bi but my brain was programmed not to think of anything like that. Wasn't until something happened that the penny dropped.
  15. I've asked myself that question for over 20 years. Lol